2018 heralds a new chapter in the history of our SPCA, as Inspector Moyo Ndukwana takes over as CEO from Allan Perrins.
Over the years, the Cape of Good Hope SPCA has been blessed with strong leadership – and we have the greatest faith in newly appointed CEO Mqabuko Moyo Ndukwana’s ability to further cement our organisation’s reputation as the leading proponent for animal welfare.
Moyo has been with our SPCA for 12 years and has proved himself to be a man of integrity, and a passionate and tireless worker for the cause of animal welfare. His new role is only fitting for a man who has dedicated his life to upholding the rights of animals, and changing attitudes towards the treatment of all living creatures.
From early childhood, Moyo has always loved animals and knew that he would dedicate his life to alleviating their suffering, preventing cruelty and promoting kindness and compassion towards all animals.
“I can’t understand how people can ill treat them,” he says.
On his appointment Ndukwana commented, “It is with great humility and appreciation that I accepted the appointment from the Board as the new CEO of the Cape of Good Hope SPCA. It is a sense of honour and ultimate trust that the Board has vested this responsibility in me and I will strive my level best to ensure that the Cape of Good Hope SPCA excels in all aspects of animal welfare under my custodianship. I am confident of such success through the collective wisdom of the Board and the Management Team, who are all dedicated to the cause of animal welfare and all want to see the organisation thrive.”
We know you will join us in wishing Moyo all the very best, and give him your wholehearted support as he strives to create a kinder world for all animals.