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23/03/17Equal Spaces Programme Announcement

NASHO is very pleased to formally announce the start of the “Equal Spaces: Social Housing to End Spatial Apartheid in South Africa Project”.

This four-year initiative in partnership with Global Affairs Canada will help revitalize inner city urban communities using well-managed, affordable and secure social housing developments as catalysts.

Our long-term partner, Rooftops Canada is the executing agency for the project, and NASHO is hosting the two project technical advisors, Jo Ferris-Davies and Lizette Zuniga. NASHO is a member of the Project Steering Committee which also includes the SHRA, National Treasury, DHS and DPME.

The project will focus on capacity building in four metros, and includes sharing experiences between Canadian and South African social housing organizations.

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04/03/16Imizi Housing appoints new CEO

NASHO would like to congratulate Tony Llody on his appointment as CEO at Imizi Houisng!

We look forward to working further with Tony in his new position and wish him the best of luck.

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02/03/16Tributes for Anton Gollub

It is with profound sadness that we heard the news of Anton Gollub’s passing early on the morning of the 15th of February 2016. He was battling a disease that he unfortunately could not overcome. 

Below are a few tributes messages we received for Anton. Should you wish to contribute to this please email your message to

Anton’s early passing is indeed very sad. My sincere condolences go to his family, friends and colleagues. – Josie Adler

The passing-on of Anton has indeed touched many of us who knew him professionally and otherwise. We have indeed lost one the most committed and knowledgeable persons within the sector. May his sole rest in peace! May his family find closure and solace in the knowledge that the end of this life marks the beginning of another everlasting! – Lawrence Ramashamole

Anton was very exacting of his performance as PM in this sector. I am sure that he would have been touched by these comments. – Heather Dodd

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