ABOUT USBackgroundIn 2006, Mabalane Mfundisi and Jonas Montsho, as partners in Babojanala Media, company later changed name to Media Dawn approached SAFPU (Sipho Ndzuzo, Thulaganyo Gaoshubelwe and Ronny Zondi) to propose an annual soccer game that SAFPU and Babojanala Media would host to raise funds and promote the involvement of SAFPU and their members in the fight against HIV and AIDS. The project would be managed by Babojanala Media. The game would be called Show Me Your Number. An agreement was signed between the two parties resulting in the start of Show Me Your Number as a project between SAFPU and Babojanala Media (later changed the name to Media Dawn), and upon the separation of partners in Media Dawn, Mosadi Mooka Empowerment Services (a company owned by Mabalane Mfundisi and Mthetho Tshemese) took over the management of Show Me Your Number Project.In 2010 in June, by mutual agreement between SAFPU and Mosadi Mooka, Show Me Your Number arrangement as a project was annulled and Show Me Your Number HIV Prevention Project was registered as a Section 21 Company not-for-profit as well as an Non Profit Company. A Board of Directors with Simba Marumo as the founding Chairperson and Mabalane Mfundisi as the Executive Director and Glen Makhado as Operations Director (Glen passed away in March 2011 (may his soul rest in peace) was put in place in July 2010 to run the affairs of Show Me Your Number. Other founding board members included Ronny Zondi, Dr. Kagiso Zakes Motene, Sydney "Metro" Hadebe, Doreen Kosi, Lindy Mkhize, Mthetho Tshemese, Dumisane Motsamai, Philane Nongogo, Arthur Zwane, Tsepo Ntsoane, Philemonn (Phil) Masinga, Sydney Hadebe (Sydney replaced Simba as the Chairperson in June 2012 after Simba's resignation). This founding Board served its term until the end of 2013.In 2009, Show Me Your Number was mandated by the sector organizations to become the Secretariat of the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) Sport & Entertainment Sector that was chaired by Dr. Victor Ramathesele with Mabalane Mfundisi as the Coordinator of the Secretariat. In 2012, Dr. Ramathesele's term expired and Mabalane took over as the Chairperson of the SANAC Sport, Arts & Culture Secretariat and Show Me Your Number continues in this role of being the Secretariat.Where we workWe work nationally throughout South Africa as we have capacity to go to any place to implement our work. Whilst we work nationally, we focus on the following provinces:Gauteng•Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality•Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality•Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality•Sedibeng District Municipality•West Rand District MunicipalityKZN•Ethekwini Metropolitan Municipality•Umgungundlovu District Municipality•Ugu District Municipality•King Cetshwayo District Municipality•Zululand District MunicipalityWestern Cape•Capetown Metropolitan Municipality•Eden District Municipality Northern Cape•Frances Baard District North West•Bojanala District Municipality•Dr. KK Kaunda District Municipality Board of DirectorsManagementStrategic Partnerships•South African National AIDS Council (SANAC)For more information about our strategic partnership with SANAC, please click here.•Sport for Social Change Network (SSCN)•Khuzani (Indlamlenze/kazi)A project of mutual partnership with Khuzani (Indlamlenze), the King of Maskandi music. Khuzani is a powerful force that is leading his supporters named Indlamlenze/ Indlamlenzekazi. He is using his iconic status to promote uptake of health services with emphasis on HIV Counselling & Testing (HCT), TB screening and voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC), especially by his male supporters as well as engaging them to be partners in ending gender based violence. Khuzani is the Ambassador of Show Me Your Number’s UBUNTU INITIATIVE Project.•Thabang Lebese FoundationThis is a project started and driven by Show Me Your Number through which the legacy of Thabang Lebese is being consolidated. It is registered as a not-for-profit and is envisaged to be a stand-alone organisation in the future. The Foundation is focusing its work on stigma and discrimination in memory and the inability of Thabang to disclose his HIV status whilst still alive and for his family, especially his mother Florence Lebese who was gallant enough to disclose HIV as the cause of Thabang’s death and his brother Monde Lebese who is openly living with HIV.
Free State•Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality•Thabo Mufutsanyane District MunicipalityEastern Cape•Amathole District Municipality•Alfred Nzo District Municipality•Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality•Nelson Mandela District Municipality•OR Tambo District MunicipalityMpumalanga•Ehlanzeni District Municipality•Gert Sibande District MunicipalityLimpopo•Greater Sikhukhune District Municipality•Capricorn Metropolitan Municipality•Mopani District Municipality