1st Floor, 24 Napier Street, De Waterkant, Green Point, Cape Town
Tel +27 (0)21 421 6127
Meet the team:
Glenn de Swardt
Glenn is our Project Director and Psychosocial Manager, specialising in the psychological and social aspects of men’s sexual health. As a proudly gay man, Glenn has a particular interest in MSM (men who have sex with men, irrespective of their sexual orientation) and has consulted widely on MSM dynamics. Before joining our team Glenn headed counselling, health services and research at Triangle Project, the oldest gay and lesbian organisation in Africa.
Anton van Deventer
Anton is the “Jack of all Trades” at the Green Point office. He not only manages the administration and finances at the office, but also provides the logistics for the Outreach team, is involved in the coordination of Training, marketing and acts as personal assistant to Glenn de Swardt. With his medical background he is well suited to be the “switch bitch”, fending all incoming calls whether it is administrative or clinical. With an additional background in the hospitality industry, he attempts to maintain order not only in the office, but also in the kitchen and ablutions.
Anton is an avid reader, enjoys classical music, loves good food and wine and has recently discovered the joys and pains of yoga.
Anderson Abongile Ntsangani
Anderson (aka Andy) works in our Green Point offices. He is also a student at the University of Stellenbosch, studying for a BSc in Classical Immunology. Anderson enjoys being involved with people and to help improve their lives, hence he joined the Health4Men team. His job entails finger-prick testing for HIV and he also co-leads Health4Men’s Ambassador Programme, Peer Education group and promoting access to condoms, water-based lubricant and information material to disadvantaged men in various townships around Cape Town. Anderson also co-facilitate Community Educational workshops in townships around Cape Town and co-leads the Ukwazana campaign.
Sibusisso (aka Shaun), is based at our Green Point office and works in the township areas. He also undertakes networking with other organizations, shebeens, clinics and community groups. Previously Sibusiso has been involved in different organizations based in the Townships for Community Development such as Love life, Africa Jam, Triangle Project and Desmond Tutu Foundation where he led and facilitated the group. He was also involved in Life Choices Project where he implemented a peer education program and formed branches in various townships. Sibusiso assists in leading the Health4Men’s Ambassador Programme, promoting access to condoms, water-based lubricant and information material to disadvantaged men. He also facilitates community Educational Workshops in various townships around Cape Town and co-leads the Ukwazana Campaign.