Meet our Commissioners

Ms. Tsholofelo Mosala

Tsholofelo Mosala is an anthropologist, young heritage activist, poet and author. She holds a Masters of Arts in Anthropology from University of South Africa, a Bachelor of Social Sciences Degree and Bachelor of Arts from University of Pretoria. She began her career as a researcher for University of South Africa. Later, she served as a researcher and fieldworker for University of Botswana and moved to Kara Heritage Institute. Some of her expertise lies in cultural heritage, traditional medicine, healing practices and spirituality..

 

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Mr Sicelo Emmanuel Dlamini

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Mr Richard Daryll Botha

Adv Richard Botha who grew up in Port Elizabeth and who has travelled and studied abroad acquired his LLB degree from Unisa and has a varied background as an Advocate, a businessman, a politician, a community representative and a Commissioner.

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Mr Renier Stephanus Schoeman

Renier Stephanus Schoeman was born and educated in Durban, KZN and graduated from the University of Natal with a degree in Political Science and Afrikaans Netherlands. He joined the civil service in 1963 and left it in 1981 to enter politics.

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Dr Nokuzola Mndende

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Ms Nomalanga Tyamzashe

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Dr. Muneer Abduroaf

Dr Muneer Abduroaf was born in Cape Town in 1981. He completed his Primary School studies at Portavue Primary School in Greenhaven and his High School studies at Oaklands Senior Secondary in Lansdowne. He then completed an LLB Degree in Islamic Law at the Islamic University of Madinah in Saudi Arabia.

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Ms Sheila Khama

Ms Khama is widely revered for her sterling work in amassing a body of impressive research on African indigenous ways of life. This contemporary research has seen her widely consulted by reputable international and local organisations keenly looking forward to be abetted on several technical and vital questions particularly those dealing with natural science of our heritage inter alia: medicinal value of indigenous plants, traditional healing practises and above all the ancient history of African religion.  

Ms Ramokone Kgatla

Mrs. Ramokone Kgatla has a dynamic and extensive experience, having worked in the teaching, administration and cultural spaces. She holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of Pretoria.

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Prof. Pitika Ntuli

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Mr. Mandla Langa

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