Board of Directories
Board of Directories
Bishop Peter Lee studied History, Education and Theology in the UK. He was Educated at Gresham’s School, Holt, Norfolk, The Hotchkiss School in Connecticut, and St. John’s College, Cambridge. He was ordained in the Church of England and came to South Africa in 1976. After 3 years in Durban he moved to the Johannesburg area where he served in Orchards, Alexandra Township and Yeoville before becoming Bishop Tutu’s Canon Missioner and then Bishop of Christ the King in 1990. He is the Visitor to St Martin’s School in Rosettenville and Masibambane College in Orange Farm, and founded Lesedi la Kreste School in Orange Farm in 1991. Peter is married to Gill – a teacher and school chaplain; they have 3 daughters and (so far) 5 grandchildren.
Revd Mthembu is an ordained Anglican priest in the Highveld Diocese base in Edenvale at St Chad’s as an Assistant Priest. He is currently a Managing director of Landelahni Leadership Development (Pty). He has served as a Board member, CEO and Chairperson in a number of public & private organisations where he provided turnaround, strategic partnership and transformational leadership. His areas of interest are Executive coaching, Group coaching, Strategy facilitation, Scenario planning, Change Management and Leadership facilitation. Delani has been an Associate Partner to Franklin Covey Southern and East Africa as a Master facilitator since 1996. He is a professional member of the Institute of Management Consultants of SA, Black Management Forum, Golden Key International Honour Society and the Institute of Directors (IOD). Delani spends part of his time as a volunteer to a number of communities and ecumenical based organisations as a mentor, teacher, writer, and trainer and enjoys public speaking, and does part-time tutoring at Gibs. He holds BA (UNISA), BA (Hons-HRD-UJ and MSc in Leadership (UKZN) and is a PhD candidate for UKZN.
Revd Delani Mthembu
He graduated from UCT with a BA LLB degree in 1981 and has practised as an attorney in Cape Town since 1984. He was a founding board member of the Anglican Board of Education in 2005 and is currently the Western Cape chair of the ABESA Western Cape board. He is a lay minister at Christchurch, Kenilworth. He is married to Tessa and they are parents to three adult sons.
Revd Roger Cameron attended Westerford High School, Cape Town, and the University of Cape Town where he obtained a BA in History, English and Psychology, Honours in History, a Secondary Teachers Diploma and an MA in Religious Studies. He also obtained a Bachelor of Divinity (London) in Biblical Studies, Church History. He has been Teacher and Head of the History Department at Fish Hoek High School, Deputy Principal Westering High School, Port Elizabeth, and Founding Headmaster of Penryn College Nelspruit, Mpumalanga. He established and developed Penreach, a community outreach project serving the educational needs of Mpumalanga. From 1999 – 2014 he was Headmaster, St John’s College, Johannesburg. Since January 2015 he has been Chief Executive Officer, Anglican Board of Education for Southern Africa. His engagements with the Anglican Church have been as Lay Minister, Deacon and Priest. He is married to Married to Dr Ann Cameron (PhD, Wits University) and has four adult daughters.
Mrs Melanie Sharland is the Managing Director of Vuleka School and is married with two children.
Melanie studied a Higher Diploma in Education specializing in Remedial Education at JCE and did her Honours Degree in Educational Management at the University of Johannesburg. She started working at Vuleka School since 1992 where she began as a teacher, then became headmistress and is now the managing director. She has dedicated her life’s work in developing schools of excellence that offer quality and equal education opportunities for all pupils. Melanie is a dedicated Christian and feels very blessed to be working together with the Anglican Church in Johannesburg. Vuleka has opened 6 schools that have met the educational needs in various communities and continues to do so.
Deanne King has recently been appointed as Chair of the Anglican Schools’ Association and is the current Head of St Mary’s School, Waverley. She joined St Mary’s in January 2009 as the Head of the Senior School and Principal of St Mary’s having moved from St David’s Marist Inanda where she served as Deputy Head of Academics. Deanne studied at the University of the Witwatersrand obtaining a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Psychology, History and English, followed by a Higher Diploma in education. Deanne’s purpose has always been associated with education and her years in the classroom as an English teacher remain a highlight for her. Personal interests include literature and film, travel and gardening.
Mr David Arguile
David Arguile has been the Head of St Anne’s Diocesan College in Hilton, KwaZulu Natal, since 2010. He was previously Principal of Pinelands High in Cape Town before moving to Grahamstown in the Easter Cape to become Head of Kingswood College.
David was first licensed as a Lay Minister at All Saints Anglican Church in Port Elizabeth in 1983 and is currently Chairman of the Anglican Schools Association. His qualifications include a BA degree majoring in Mathematics and Psychology, and a Higher Diploma in Education, obtained at the University of Port Elizabeth; a B Ed degree through UNISA; a M Ed degree through Rhodes University; and a National Higher Diploma in Management Practice through Technicon South Africa. He and his wife, Venita, are the parents of two adult sons.
Moeletsi Mbeki is a political analyst, author and an entrepreneur. He is a director of several companies, and is Chairman of KMM Investments (Pty) Limited, KMM Review Publishing (Pty) Limited, MGM Capital Investments (Pty) Limited and Endemol Shine Africa. Moeletsi is the author of Architects of Poverty: Why African Capitalism Needs Changing. He recently edited Advocates for Change: How to Overcome Africa’s Challenges. Both books have been translated into Chinese.
He is Deputy Chairman of the South African Institute for International Affairs (SAIIA); an independent think tank based at the University of the Witwatersrand and is a member of the executive council of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) which is based in London. Moeletsi has been a political analyst for Nedbank for a number of years.
Even more about Moeletsi
After returning to South Africa from exile in 1990, he was appointed Head of Communications for the Congress of South Africa Trade Unions, (Cosatu) and Media Consultant to the African National Congress. During most of the 1980s he was a Senior Journalist for the Zimbabwe Newspapers. As a result of the outstanding work that he did for the Zimbabwe Newspapers Features Department, he was awarded a Nieman Fellowship by Harvard University for the 1988 – 1989 academic years.
Mbeki began his journalism career in London in 1979 as a contributor to Africa, New African, Africa Now magazines and the BBC Africa Service. He studied Building, Building Management and Sociology in England, obtaining an M.A. degree in Sociology from the University of Warwick in 1982. He worked in the construction industry in the United Kingdom and in Tanzania during the 1970s.
Rev. Canon Lulama Mtanjiswa Ntshingwa
Profession: Anglican Priest, at St. Martins-by-the-Sea, Gonubie; Canon of the Cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Grahamstown
Academic Achievements-: Teacher’s Course at Lovedale College; Federal Theological Seminary (FEDSEM), St. Peters College, Pietermaritzburg and General Theological Seminary (GTS), New York, USA, Advance Master’s Degree (STM). Member of Anglican-Methodist International Commission (AMICUM) on Unity in Mission; Liaison Person of Anglican-Methodist in Southern Africa;
Church Unity Commission (CUC) National Committee Member; Deputy Chairman: Eminent Persons-Ubuntu Award of the National Heritage Council; Former CEO Eastern Cape Council of Churches (ECPCC), Eastern Cape AIDS Council (ECAC, Capraway Development Agency. Member of the Eastern Cape Historic Schools Steering Committee and of EC Ethics Committee; Member of the Board of Education of the Anglican Church; Director: SA Quality Development Performer; National Executive Committee ((NEC) and Chairman of the Eastern Cape Men’s Sector. Born at Keiskammahoek on 1st August, 1954 and married to Nomhle (Maradebe):- with two children – Nombuyi Ntshingwa-Shaw who is working in Washington-DC, USA; and Melikaya working in Cape Town, grandchildren, Kadijatu Thandeka Shaw, Sambeso Lukhanyiso Ntshingwa, Alhaji Sansu Shaw.
Stuart West has been the Head of Herschel Girls School in Cape Town since the beginning of 2013.
Stuart spent the first nineteen years of his teaching career at Diocesan College (Bishops) in Cape Town where he taught History, was a boarding house master, coached the first team hockey for 16 years and was Deputy Principal: Pastoral. He served as College principal at Dainfern College, Johannesburg, for seven years. Stuart is married to Joyanne and they have three children
Mr Stuart West
The Right Reverend Adam Taaso
The Rt. Reverend Adam Mallane Taaso is the 6th Bishop of the Diocese of Lesotho and was consecrated on October 19, 2008. He has been a priest in this Diocese since 1993 as a self-supporting Priest and a school teacher for over 11 years. He attended Seminary at “Lelapa La Jesu” and holds a degree in Humanities from the National University of Lesotho (NUL). He got married to ‘Matsepo Taaso on March 17th, 1977 and are blessed with 4 children and 5 grandchildren. Bishop Adam’s passion is developing the Diocese in terms of construction of Schools and Churches. He is the author of ‘Seponono”, a book of Sesotho Poetry.
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