Our Valuable Team Members
She has risen through the ranks of higher education, from lecturer to Professor. She joined the Vaal University of Technology five years ago, in 2007, as Vice-Chancellor and Principal.
Before then, she was Vice-Rector, Academic at the Port Elizabeth Technikon. In 2004, following the merger of higher education institutions, she was appointed Interim Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research, Innovation and Technology at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.
She was nominated Business Woman of the Year in 2002, in recognition of her involvement in the community development. She has been Chairperson and member of various committees in higher education. She has served on the Boards of Higher Education South Africa (HESA), South African Technology Network (SATN), South Africa Association of Research and Development in Higher Education, Institute of Directors in Southern Africa and the National Institute for Higher Education in the Northern Cape.
Prof Moutlana is a seasoned academic who has taught at both undergraduate and graduate levels. She has delivered numerous conference papers at both national and international conferences. She has appeared on public radio and television, debating her favourite topic, “An appropriate language policy for higher education instruction”. Some of her keynote addresses include
– The Dilemma of Femininity
– Challenges Facing Higher Education: The Problem of Academic Literacy
– Surviving the Boardroom Dance and
– Unearthing the Potential of Woman in Sedibeng.
She is currently Deputy-Chairperson of South African Technology Network (SATN)
Keith has held senior executive positions in various industries including Banking, Petro-chemical, Information Technology, Services and Consulting.
Keith Anderson’s fields of specialisation include:
Environmental issues, Waste Management, Information Technology, Restructuring and Regulation in support of sustainable development. In addition his focus on energy, research and development, policy and cutting edge business models are crucial value-adds to KAMM.
Keith, at the behest of governments and multi-nationals has for years and still continues to, deliver papers globally on Environmental issues and Waste Management. He has served as an adviser to numerous cross-border government departments, multilateral organisations and major international and South African corporations.
For the past three years he has been involved extensively within the private equity arena primarily focusing on unlisted companies, performing company analysis and valuation, turnaround propositions, mergers and acquisitions involved with some of the countries largest blue-chip organisations.
Having Chaired and served on numerous boards of companies in various stages of their life cycles over the years, Keith is widely recognised as having provided outstanding natural acumen and sound leadership to those corporates, partners and stakeholders, sharing his extensive international management and enterprise project development experience.
Keith was also the Founding member of the e-Waste Association of South Africa.
Divya’s research profile from 1990 includes 32 articles in accredited journals, 10 book chapters, 1 book (co-edited), and in the last two years (2015-2016) she presented 15 Conference papers and keynote presentations, locally and globally. She has been editor of 2 academic journals and an editor of Butterworths Judgment-Online (JOL). She has received numerous awards domestically and internationally for her academic contribution and community service and engagement, as well as stakeholder recognition from various bodies including the FBI (USA) and United Nations.
Prof Singh has a track record of service on Boards, Commissions of Enquiry, and Audit Committees in the public sector and has served variously as Chairperson or ordinary member of the Committees and panels. She served on both the NER Board as well as the first NERSA Board and is currently a member of the Audit Committee for the City of Cape Town. She has initiated and facilitated co-operative and stakeholder relationships with local, continental and international partners with significant success and achievement and is a much experienced facilitator and trainer in areas of law, leadership and governance.
Peta is an independent contractor specializing in Project and Contract Management, Good Governance, Policy and Strategy Development. She has served in local government for over 14 years in strategic positions at the City of Johannesburg as Strategic Executive in Corporate Services, Regional Director and Director of Social Development. She also served as Deputy City Manager in Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. Peta contributed to transformation, developing governance and administrative systems. Her capabilities include among others developing performing teams including implementing a transformational human capital and resources strategy.
Peta has positively contributed in shaping education in South Africa by serving at the National Education Crisis Committee (NECC) and Education Policy Unit at Wits. My capabilities include engaging across different spheres in government. I am passionate about instilling leadership values and responsibility in youth and women of South Africa, as a former activist of Soweto Youth Congress (SOYCO), Azanian Student Congress (AZASO) & Federation of Transvaal Women (FEDTRAW).
Peta served in Kagiso Trust as cofounder of development programs. She managed programs funded by the European Union, Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) worth R60 million value in Rands.
Current Position: Director of Companies
• 2010 to date SASOL Inzalo Groups funding
• 2009 to date Thebe Investment Company
• 2014 to date Group Risk Governance Committee
• 2014 to date Group Performance Audit Committee
• 2016 Intersite Asset Investments SOC Ltd
She has over 10 years working experience in policy development of the Urban and Rural environment in the local government sector. She then moved on to policy implementation which led to her engagements in the infrastructure development space across all government sector with private sector engagements and interactions.
Her skills include policy development, business planning and implementation, project and programme facilitation and management, business leadership, development and administration.
As Managing Director of Abcon Group Foundation (AGF), reporting to the chairman of Abland Property Developers on opportunities available for an empowered Property Developer
Londiwe is also instrumental in the development and implementation strategy which achieves high profit returns in the company for the benefit of the AGF
Londiwe has also been active in finding opportunities that will enable the company to have annuity income over time for the benefit of the AGF. Search for investment opportunities in the previously disadvantaged market. Prepare capital raise documents to present in state funding agencies. Develop and/or align governance and compliance policies in own practice areas to identify and manage risk exposure liability.