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UJ CONVOCATION

REPRESENTATIVES ON THE STAKEHOLDER GROUP

FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF VICE CHANCELLOR AND PRINCIPAL

24 MARCH 2017

Dear Members of the UJ Convocation,

Following the call for nominations, UJ received 16 nominations. In the interest of inclusivity all 16 nominees will be included in the stakeholder group together with the six external members of the Executive Committee of the Convocation. The stakeholder group will consist of 22 representatives.

UJ is looking forward to welcome the following Convocation members at the stakeholder engagement that is planned for the 11 May 2017 at 10:00 at the Council Chambers – Auckland Park Kingsway Campus.

The Executive of the UJ Convocation:

Mr Mbali Mkhonto (President)

Mr Bongani Mthembu (Deputy President)

Mr Johan Burger

Mr Xavier Earl Knight

Ms Totsie Memela-Khambule

Ms Sivuyiswe Mlonyeni

Nominees to serve on the Stakeholder Group:

Prof Hester Geyser

Dr Melanie Jacobs

Ms Nina Levin

Mr Kasongo Lubo

Mr Jack Malope

Ms Thulebona Ethel Mhlanga

Ms Bonny Mlambo

Mr Alex Mokgoatsane

Prof Marie Muller

Ms Chantelle Nkala

Dr Frans Ramusi

Mr Thabo Saul

Ms Thandi Tesfadiorgis

Mr Phindile Reginald Tshabangu

Ms Lungile Maureen Xaba

Mr Mafundu Xulu

 

Kind regards,
IC Burger (Prof)
Registrar

 


UJ CONVOCATION

 

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

 

REPRESENTATIVES ON THE STAKEHOLDER GROUP

 

FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF THE VICE CHANCELLOR AND PRINCIPAL

 

The recruitment process for the appointment of the Vice Chancellor includes an engagement between the shortlisted candidates and a stakeholder group. This stakeholder group comprises inter alia representatives from the external members of the Convocation.

Convocation members are invited to nominate external members of the UJ Convocation to form part of this stakeholder group.

Click here to download the nomination letter.

Nominations close on 6 March 2017.

The details of the nominated candidates as well as the procedure for the electronic voting of the nominated candidates will be available on https://www.uj.ac.za/alumni/ from 11 March 2017.

The details of the elected representatives will be available on https://www.uj.ac.za/alumni/ from 20 March 2017.

For enquiries contact Mrs Elize de Wet on 011 559 4894 or edewet@uj.ac.za.

(Issued on behalf of the President of the UJ Convocation, Mr Mbali Mkhonto)
 

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