Mr W. Mgoqi
Commissioner Mgoqi is the former City Manager of the City of Cape Town, the former Chief Land Claims Commissioner on the Restitution of Land Rights. He is a former Attorney and nolvadex Advocate of the High Court of South Africa. He holds a BA degree in Social Science (UNISA), LLB (UCT) as well as three honorary Doctorate degrees (University of Cape Town, Walter Sisulu University and New York University). Several honours bestowed upon him came partly as a result of his social justice activism, human rights work and extensive community based work. He was once the Chairperson of the Trust for Community Outreach and Education, a member of the Panel of Arbitrators buy nolvadex online uk newspapers by the Arbitration Foundation of South Africa as well as to the Tokiso Panel of Mediators. He is former Director of Companies, including: Old Mutual, Old Mutual Bank, Safmarine, Safren Ltd, Syfrets and Sekunjalo Investment Ltd (Non-Executive Chairman). Commissioner Mgoqi served on the Board of the National Development Agency, Alumni Advisory Board of UCT, and Ernest Mancoba Advisory Board. He is Assessor on the Land Claims Court, assisting Judges of that Court in the adjudication of land claims. Commissioner Mgoqi sits on Legal and Good Governance Committees of the CGE.
Ms N. Mazibuko
Commissioner Nomasonto Mazibuko, is a former primary school teacher who gave up her career to pursue the recognition of the rights for persons with albinism. She is the Executive Director and founder of the nationally established Albinism Society of South Africa (ASSA). Her journey saw her sit as a board member on the Secretariat of the African Decade for Persons with Disabilities-a Pan-African advocacy movement for the disabled, including people with albinism. She is currently the Chairperson of the Panel of Arbitrators for NPOs by the Social Development Minister, Bathabile Dlamini for her tireless campaigning and leadership acumen. In partnership with the then Department of Women, Children and Persons with Disabilities and a number of other stakeholders, her organisation held the first ever successful indaba for persons with albinism in South Africa. Commissioner Mazibuko sits on the Good Governance Committee, Education and Research of the CGE.
Ms N. Bata
Commissioner Bata is a full time Commissioner at the CGE. She holds a Masters degree in Policy Studies. She has other qualifications in Economic Analysis and Development, Gender in Policy Making, amongst others. Commissioner Bata has held various positions in public service from 1978 to date. Commissioner Bata was once Director for Special Programmes in the office of the Eastern Cape Premier for three years. She was also Director of Committees and General Manager for Oversight Committees in the Eastern Cape Legislature. She currently sits in the Strategy Planning, and Legal Committees of the CGE.
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