Qhubeka has an independent, volunteer board of directors:
Craig Brunsden – Chairman
Craig is the Executive of Software of Axiz (Pty) Ltd, trading as AxizWorkgroup, where he also serves as a director of Axiz technology (Pty) Ltd. He has executive responsibility for product marketing and sales strategy for the company’s software business units on the executive committee and board of directors.
He has held several sales and product marketing management roles at the company since 1995, including Chief Marketing Officer, Executive: Client Computing and marketing and several other management roles in product marketing and sales. He serves on the company disciplinary and remuneration committees.
Craig completed a Bachelors degree of Commerce at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg in 1994.
He has a keen interest in sports including running, mountain biking, golf and watersports.
Tsatsi is Managing Consultant at Little Swift Investment, where she provides consulting expertise to clients in the fields of labour law, organisational effectiveness and general human resources functions.
Previously she was HR manager at Axiz, Pfizer Laboratories Pty (Ltd.) and Sizwe Ntsaluba vsp. She has also worked as an HR consultant for Equal Access Consulting, and as a strategic planner at Lintas advertising agency.
Tsatsi holds a BProc Degree from the University of Zululand, a National Diploma in Marketing and Advertising from AAA School of Advertising, and a Certificate in Human Resources Management from RAU. She has also completed the Advanced courses in Labour Law, Law of Patents and Trademarks, Company Law, through Unisa. She has also completed her Legal Practise training through LEAD SA.
Anthony is a founding member of Qhubeka.
In 1989, Anthony founded Axiz (Pty) Ltd, which grew to become the largest IT distribution company in Africa. In 2003, he spearheaded the development of an Employee Ownership Trust, which allowed all Axiz employees to become employee owners and to democratically influence and benefit from the future growth of their company.
He is a founding member of ‘Inqolobane’, The Employee Ownership Association Africa, an organization that fosters and kindles entrepreneurial democratic equity participation for the employees of enterprises in Africa.
In 2006, Anthony was named ICT Personality of the Year by the Computer Society of South Africa, and in 2009, the South African State Information Technology Agency named Anthony one of it 15 ICT Legends for his contribution to the development of ICT in South Africa.