Board of Directories
Board of Directories
Revd Delani Mthembu
Revd Jaques Pretorius attended Michaelhouse, and Rhodes University where he obtained a Bachelor of Theology Honours in Systematic Theology and a Master of Theology in the same. He has worked as a parish priest, leadership and inclusion & diversity consultant, and a school chaplain. He has served as Chairperson of the National Independent Schools Chaplains Conference, as well as a Governor on the Boards of two Anglican Church Schools. These roles have immersed him in the stewardship of history, the exercise of strategic oversight, and the wisdom needed for undertaking processes of change, giving him a particular appreciation of the significant challenges facing our family of schools. He understands these challenges to include issues of inclusion; institutional integrity; financial sustainability; and how to ‘show up’ in a world in such a state of flux (economically, environmentally & socially); together with the journeys of healing tied to our past.
In a current PhD research project Jaques argues that Anglican Christian spirituality and practice offers a distinctive path for understanding life and interpreting human experience, so that life may be lived as imagined by our faith tradition – in all its fullness. As such, educational provision tied to the church is missional, and committed at personal and systemic levels, to sustainable transformation and the healing of our societies.
Jaques assumed his responsibilities as Executive Director of the Anglican Board of Education for Southern Africa on 01st April 2021.
Mrs Audrey Mazibuko
Audrey Tebogo Mazibuko is a former Headmistress of Masibambane Junior Primary School where she worked from 2012 to 2021. Masibambane College is in Orange Farm 60km south of Johannesburg with over 1000 students from Grade R to matric. She retired from Masibambane College in 2021 and currently lives in Fourways.
Before joining Masibambane College, Audrey served as a teacher at Mondeor High School, where she taught Geography from Grade 8-12 and English to Grade 8 and 9 students. She received an award in category 2: Excellence in Secondary Teaching at Regional finalist in 2004. In addition to her role as Head, she was the founder and Deputy Principal of Moloantoa Primary School from 1992 until 1994, and a founder and Chairperson of Zakheni ECD Forum in Orange Farm in 2016.
She has served as a Board member of Realema and a mentor to teacher interns at Masibambane College, and a Board member of Masibambane College from 2015 to 2021. Presently, she serves as an Executive and Board member of ABESA representing the ECD Portfolio.
She holds a Diploma in Secondary Teaching from Vista University, majoring in Biology and Geography. Audrey completed her Junior Primary Method course through Leeds University in 1998, and more recently a course in Mentorship through Unisa in 2017. She has been on this challenging yet exciting journey of Teaching and Learning for 41years.
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.
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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
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.
Bishop Allan was born on the 21 December 1959 in Mossel Bay, Western Cape. He is the eldest of six children whose father was a fisherman working on a fishing trawler, while their mother worked in the local food and canning factory.
Bishop Allan was sent to St Paul’s Theological College in 1982 for training in preparation for full time ordained ministry in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa. He completed his training at the end of 1985 and ministered in George and Mossel Bay in the Western Cape, after which he moved to Pretoria in 2001.
His has held positions of leadership in the Diocese of George, the Diocese of Pretoria, as well as in the office of Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, where he worked as the Archbishop’s Executive Officer.
Bishop Allan is gifted with leadership qualities, a pastoral heart, diplomacy, bridge building, i.e. reconciling people, and wisdom. He is also humble, straightforward, and does not tolerate arrogance.
Bishop Allan was elected to serve as Bishop in February 2016 and was consecrated as the 11th Bishop of Pretoria on 14 May 2016. Bishop Allan has been married to Connie for 31 years and they have been blessed with three boys: Fabian (29), Alban (26), and Kamogelo (16).
The Right Reverend Allan John Kannemeyer
Mr Julian Cameron
Julian is the current Head of St George’s Grammar School in Cape Town, a position he has held since January 2011. He began his teaching career in 1987 as a teacher of Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Religious Education. He has taught in rural and urban schools in South Africa and has also taught in Australia and the UK. Prior to taking up the position at St George’s, he had served as deputy principal at three different Catholic Schools: Springfield Convent, Sacred Heart College and Marian College (Marist Brothers Linmeyer).
Julian holds a BSc in Chemistry and Applied Chemistry from the University of Natal, a Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary) from the Institute of Catholic Education (Melbourne, Australia), a Graduate Diploma in Religious Education from Yarra Theological Union (Melbourne, Australia), an Honours Degree in Psychology from Unisa and a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from Wits. He is registered with SACE and the HPCSA.
Julian is married and lives in Cape Town with his wife Catherine and two young daughters.
Canon Revd Dr Delysia Timm
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