Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF)

Contact details

Physical: 82 Grayston Drive, Sandton, 2196
Postal: PO Box 652247, Benmore, 2010
Tel: 011 685 6600
Fax: 011 685 6695/6


The vision of the Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) is to be a partner of choice in affordable housing delivery in Gauteng. The Entity’s mission as a public sector affordable housing delivery vehicle is to: mobilise new and innovative funding streams for projects; leverage private and public sector finance to ensure better bankability of projects; facilitate collaboration between public and private sector partners; and promote accountability, monitoring and efficiency in the implementation of projects, thereby enabling coordinated effort by both the public and private sector in sustainable, integrated human settlements delivery.

The role of the GPF is to proactively catalyse and facilitate innovative financing solutions for the development of affordable housing within the framework of human settlements in Gauteng. The GPF has a specific mandate to: form partnerships to address funding blockages and bottlenecks within the sustainable human settlements sector; facilitate investment capital flows into integrated developments as per the sustainable human settlements policy framework; facilitate equitable risk sharing project financing; participate in affordable housing projects through innovative funding interventions (as a mechanism to entice capital market investment into this market); and facilitate and implement the delivery of affordable housing projects.

Office Bearers/Management

Mr Pakie Mphahlele
Board Members:
Mr Zola Fihlani
Lavinia Khangala
Lebo Leshabane
Mr Lefadi Makibinyane
Ms Dineo Maphatiane
Siyabonga Mbanjwa
Mr Boni Muvevi (CEO)
Mr Boni Muvevi
Ms Komathie Govender
Senior Management:
Ms Thandi Kuzwayo (Legal and Compliance Executive)
Vinolia Mashiane (Chief Investment Officer)
Communications Officers:
Ntombenhle Gwina (Marketing and Communications Manager)

Financial Information

All Financial Values: R'0002016/172015/162014/152013/14
AUDIT OUTCOMEClean AuditClean AuditClean AuditClean Audit
Current Assetsn/a903 878825 431981 550
Non-Current Assetsn/a422 150330 762224 305
Total Assetsn/a1 326 0281 156 1931 205 855
Current Liabilitiesn/a414 085428 162599 379
Non-Current Liabilitiesn/a25264414
Total Liabilitiesn/a414 337428 226599 793
Total Net Assetsn/a911 691727 967606 062
Total Revenuen/a288 400240 144160 715
Revenue from Exchange Transactionsn/a111 78672 24651 944
Revenue from Non-Exchange Transactionsn/a176 614167 898108 771
Total Expendituren/a(104 674)(118 240)(72 626)
Employee Related costsn/a(33 975)(31 799)(26 841)
Surplus/(Deficit) for Yearn/a183 724121 90488 089
Net Cash Flows from Operating Activitiesn/a13 140(95 141)(248 476)
Net Cash Flows from Investing Activitiesn/a(256)(444)(1 030)
Cash & Cash Equivalents at End of Yearn/a815 049802 572898 398
Unauthorised Expendituren/a---
Irregular Expendituren/a---
Fruitless & Wasteful Expendituren/a---
Posts Approvedn/an/a3737
Posts Filledn/an/a3434
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