Management Team

Andrew Boraine
Chief Executive
021 419 1881

Andrew Boraine is CEO of the Cape Town Partnership, a public-private partnership that manages the work of the pioneering Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID) and ran Cape Town’s successful bid to be World Design Capital 2014. Andrew is a graduate of UCT, and is Adjunct Professor at the African Centre for Cities. He has been involved in South Africa’s community, political, local government and urban development processes for the past 35 years. From 2001 to 2003, Andrew was Special Advisor to the Minister for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs on city development strategy and urban policy, and conceptualised and coordinated the establishment of the South African Cities Network. Prior to his term as Cape Town’s City Manager from 1997 to 2001, Andrew worked for the Department of Constitutional Development, where he helped to draft the Local Government Chapter in the Constitution and the White Paper on a new democratic system of local government. He has delivered papers on city and urban development strategy at a range of international workshops and conferences, and has taken part in the OECD Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) programme. Andrew chairs the board of the Development Planning Committee of the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA). He is currently convenor of the Western Cape Economic Development Partnership (EDP) process.

Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana
Managing Director
021 419 1881

Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana is a qualified town planner with extensive experience in managing and coordinating public-private partnerships. An urban revivalist at heart, she has spent the last eight years with the Cape Town Partnership managing, developing and promoting Cape Town’s Central City as an economically thriving, creative and valued public and private space in which to live, work and play. She was one of the key role players in developing Cape Town’s Central City Development Strategy (CCDS) in 2008, which puts forward a shared vision to guide future developments in Cape Town until 2018 and, as managing director of the Partnership, she is the key driver of this strategy. She has also been central in Cape Town’s World Design Capital 2014 bid. She sits on the boards of the Central City Improvement District (CCID), a public-private partnership for Cape Town’s CBD; official regional tourism organisation Cape Town Tourism; non-profit heritage conservation agency Cape Town Heritage Trust; investment and trade promotion agency for the Western Cape, Wesgro; and microfinance NGO the Kuyasa Fund.

Tasso Evangelinos
Chief Operating Officer of the Central City Improvement District
021 419 1881

While his career has included nine years in the restaurant and entertainment industry, and a further eleven years in the textile industry working as the national marketing and sales manager of a large hosiery manufacturer, the highlight of Tasso’s career is undoubtedly his twelve years with the Central City Improvement District – during which time he has seen the CBD change from a place plagued by crime, grime and urban flight to one of the cleanest, safest and most liveable CBDs in South Africa today. He joined the CCID at its founding in 2000, as has served as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) for the last five years. During this time the CCID has been awarded the International Downtown Association (IDA) Award for Social Development in 2008, an IDA Downtown of the Month Award in 2009, and a CBD cleanliness award from the City of Cape Town in 2010, following the successful hosting of the 2010 World Cup in large part in the CCID area.

Nazeer Rawoot
Business Manager
021 419 1881

Nazeer previously worked for the holding company of the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, and before that SARS. He believes that life reinvents itself every day, which is particularly the case in the Central City.

Urban Management Team

Richard Beesley
Precinct Manager: Precinct 1 and 2
083 300 8328

Richard was born and bred in Hanover Street, District Six. He enjoys walking the streets of his precinct, whether seeing to matters of urban management, or playing a game of marbles or rugby with the local kids.

Sarel Strydom
Precinct Manager: Precinct 3
082 782 1408

Sarel is currently busy studying security risk management through Unisa. Before joining the CCID he was site manager at Iziko Museums. He enjoys cycling, hiking and any other outdoor activities, but very importantly loves walking the streets of CBD and being involved in the positive changes within the Central City.

Mmiselo Ntsime
Precinct Manager: Precinct 4
079 886 0663

Mmiselo Ntsime is the Precinct Manager of precinct 4, also known as The Fringe district. Mmiselo brings his proactive urban management and stakeholder engagement expertise to the area, helping coordinate CCID’s efforts to assist the The Fringe area to find its feet as a nexus for Cape Town’s renown creative industries. Previously a part of the city in the grip of urban decay, Mmselo has seen a slow but steady increase in the number of businesses and entrepreneurs setting up in the area. Mmiselo joined the CCID after several years at Deloitte where he worked in project management, and before that as a business manager at PC Training.

Security Team

Muneeb Hendricks
Security Manager
082 453 2942

After reorganising the CCID’s security division, Muneeb set up the Central City Security Forum, which sees all the security companies in the Central City co-operating with each other and with SAPS.

Alec van de Rheede
Deputy Security Manager
082 442 2112

Alec worked at Crawfords in Long Street for many years before joining the CCID in 2001. He has been a police reservist and involved in helping people for many years.

Social Development Team

Pat Eddy
Social Development Manager
082 563 4289

Pat joined the CCID in October 2008. She has extensive experience working as a Social Worker with both children as well as older people. She aims to have a positive influence on the lives of the city’s less fortunate.

Dean Ramjoomia
Social Development Field Worker
082 928 3862

Dean comes to the CCID from the District Six Haven. He also worked with gangsters as part of Operation Hanover Park. He walks the City’s streets daily, trying to make a difference in the lives of the most vulnerable.

Headman Siralarala
Social Development Field Worker
021 419 1881

Headman was born and bred in Eastern Cape. He has one son and has been married for 10 years. He also worked for Homestead for a period of ten years, which is a street children organization in Cape Town.

Mark Williams
Social Development Field Worker
021 419 1881

For the last eight months Mark has worked as a social development field worker for the CCID. He is not office-bound, is not compelled to work office hours but is on call 24 hours a day. Mark’s job is to find out from those begging or sleeping rough what needs they may have, why and for how long they have been living on the street and whether he can refer them to the relevant services. Ideally, he would like to convince them to return home.

Communications Team

Aziza Patandin
Production and distribution
021 419 1881

Aziza started at the Partnership during August 2008. She describes herself as friendly and talkative – two qualities that certainly come in handy in her field!

Sue Martin
Events Coordinator
021 419 1881

Sue was born in Natal and spent most of her life there. She moved to Cape Town in 2009 and is a full blooded Capetonian who still supports the Sharks (rugby team).

Special Projects Team

Jodi Allemeier
Central City Development Strategy Manager
021 419 1881

Jodi joined Cape Town Partnership in 2012 as Central City Development Strategy Manager. She oversees the formulation, coordination and implementation of a range of programmes and projects that contribute to the sustainable social, urban and economic development of the central city. She is inspired by the vision, creativity and collaboration displayed in the day-to-day lives of ordinary Capetonians. Jodi has qualifications and experience in the fields of social work, public and development management and development finance. Prior to joining CTP, Jodi was a Director at Urban-Econ, a firm of development economists, where she gained experience working with multi-disciplinary teams on a range of social, economic, institutional, infrastructural and property development strategies and projects in and around Cape Town.

Terri Carter
Senior Projects Manager
021 419 1881

Terri has been with the Partnership since early 2000 and helped to establish the original Central CID. She is currently responsible for developing and implementing strategies for Partnership projects.

Farzanah Badsha
Programme Manager for Creative Cape Town
021 419 1881

Farzanah Badsha is manager of Creative Cape Town, a programme of the Cape Town Partnership that works to communicate, facilitate and support the development of the creative and knowledge economy in the Central City of Cape Town. She has worked as a curator and project manager on the Spier Contemporary 2010 project of the Africa Centre and before that she managed the Spier Art collection, one of the biggest collections of contemporary South African art in the country. Her research interests focus on South African documentary photography in the 1980s.

Support Team

Rhonda Snyders
Office Manager
021 419 1881

Before joining the Partnership in 2002, Rhonda worked for a variety of blue-chip companies. Rhonda is proud of the role she plays, both as office manager and as Andrew Boraine’s Personal Assistant.

Mandy Wallace
PA to Managing Director
021 419 1881

Mandy is a UNISA graduate with a degree in Psychology and Sociology, she also has a Diploma in journalism and a Private Secretarial Diploma.

Stacey Augustine
Systems and Network Administrator
021 419 1881

Stacey joined the Partnership in March 2008 and is responsible for all IT matters within the organisation. She has recently completed her MCITP and plans to further her studies in Information Technology.

Bulelwa Mani
021 4191 881

Bulelwa originally joined the Partnership as an information officer in 2003. She switched to reception in 2006. Bulelwa is a keen runner and takes part in several fun and charity walks and runs every year.

Shafieka Hendricks
021 419 1881

Shafieka was employed at Cape union mart for 6 years as their Receptionist/ Human Resource Assistant. She is friendly and very passionate about life.

Nandipha Niti
Tea Lady/ Cleaner

021 419 1881

Nandi was the messenger at Edgars for three years. She is very quiet but knows how to let her hair down when socialising. She is very dependable and ensures that we have a “spic ‘n span” office.