Free State Chapter | EAPA-SA
Leticia Gloria Bontleeng Molefe

Leticia Gloria Bontleeng Molefe

Chapter Chairperson: Free State

Chapter Location: Bloemfontein

Contact details


Cell: (065) 372-3827

Mrs Bontle Molefe holds a:
Masters Degree in Social Work (University of the Free State)
Bachelor of Social Science Degree in Social Work- University of the Free State
Currently completing BA Hons Psychology (University of South Africa)

Ms Bontle Molefe is a Social worker with 19 years of experience. She has worked in different
organisations including Child and Family Welfare Society, Department of Correctional Services and
Department of Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs
(DESTEA), where she is currently appointed as Deputy Director: Employee Health and Wellness
Programme. Her responsibilities include managing the Health and Wellness Programme for the
Ms Molefe is twice a winner of Individual EAP Profession of the year 2022 and 2023. She is self-
driven, flexible and hard worker.
Ms Molefe is married and a mother to many, even-though she is blessed with one biological child.
Favourite quote: “the greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is
always to try just one more time” Thomas Edison”

Strategic Goals:

1. To ensure organisation sustainability
2. To establish EAPA-SA / FS Chapter as an authority in the workplace arena
3. Ensure that EAPA-SA  / FS Chapter’s systems and processes are ethical, transparent and accountable to its stakeholders
4. To develop an effective Stakeholder Management processes

Chapter Goals:

1. Establish a sub-chapter at Lejweleputswa District
2. Organize EAP short & advanced course for our members
3. Release chapter newsletters quarterly
4. Retain our status as Chapter of the Year
5. Chapter activities to be CPD accredited
6. Engage in community outreach activities



  • EAPA FS Chapter is innovative in ensuring excellence in Employee Assistance Programmes in South Africa


  • EAPA-FS / FS Chapter ensures the highest professional standards and ethics and continued development of the employee assistance professionals, practitioners and service providers in the delivery of EA programmes


 Ms Doreen Mokgawa Deputy Chairperson 083 641 0202
 Ms Precious Mothibedi Membership & Chapter Development  076 981 4972
 Ms Motlagomang Pela Events & Conferencing 073 514 0885
 Mr Modise Sebitloane Finance 081 033 6831
 Ms Irene Nyamane   Education 078 129 2320
 Ms Motshedisi Malebo   Governance 063 316 9135
 Ms Nthabiseng Motaung  Stakeholder Relations & Sponsorship 073 788 8513 


  • Won Chapter of the Year Award – 2015 Conference
  • Organized our First Ever Fun Run & Mass Aerobic Project – 16 June 2016
  • Hosted our First Ever Gala Evening & Awards Ceremony – 10 Dec 2015

Upcoming Events

Past Events

7th March Developmental Session
On the 7th of March 2024, EAPA-SA-FS held their first hybrid Developmental Session and General Meeting in 2024.
This session carried 1 CPD Point for the attendees.
The CPD was awarded by EAPA-SA.
Mr. GB Makhetha (Employee Wellness Professional) employed by Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality presented on the topic, “How Wellness Practitioners could assist Management in the workplace to harness employee morale.”
The Developmental Session aimed to capacitate Practitioners on how to assist Management to deal and harness employee morale in the workplace and to transfer skills on presenting such a topic to management.
After the Developmental Session, attendees/practitioners from the Department of DESTEA, Education, Mangaung Metro and Dihlabe Local Municipalities joined the General Meeting which was chaired by Ms. Bontle Mofele (Chapter Chairperson). The Meeting Agenda entailed, introduction and presentation of the portfolio members, Year Plan Review and the awarding of 2024 member certificates to members who have affiliated and renewed their membership status with EAPA-SA.