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      Vice-Chancellor

      Vice-Chancellor

      The Vice-Chancellor is accountable to Council for the leadership of the university as a whole, and for determining the university's strategic goals, and ensuring their implementation. This includes accountability for the university's overall financial health, academic standing, transformation and social justice interventions.

      She has executive oversight for Council accountability, fundraising and alumni initiatives, external relations, financial oversight, risk management and ceremonial functions.

      Professor Mamokgethi PhakengProfile

      Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng began her term of office as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town on 1 July 2018, where she had been serving as Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Research and Internationalisation since January 2017. Previous to this appointment she served as Vice Principal for Research and Innovation at the University of South Africa (Unisa) for five years, after serving three years as Executive Dean of the College of Science, Engineering and Technology at the same university.

      Her academic career began at the University of the Witwatersrand, where she started as a research assistant in 1996 and left in December 2007 as an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education – and Founding Director of the award-winning Marang Centre for Mathematics and Science Education – to take up the position of Executive Dean of the College of Science, Engineering and Technology at Unisa in January 2008. She had a very successful tenure as Dean at Unisa and was promoted to serve as Vice Principal of a newly established portfolio of Research and Innovation on 1 July 2011. When her five-year term ended in 2016, she joined UCT.

      Kgethi, as she is popularly known, obtained her first degree, majoring in pure mathematics, at the University of Bophuthatswana, now North-West University, in Mafikeng in 1987, obtaining a solid 74% for her final year pure mathematics module. She completed all her postgraduate studies, which ended with a PhD in Mathematics Education in 2002, at the University of the Witwatersrand, where she also served for five years as President of Convocation (2011–2016).

      She is a highly regarded B1 National Research Foundation-rated scientist, with over 60 research papers and five edited volumes published. She has been invited to deliver over 40 keynote/plenary talks at international conferences, and has been invited as a visiting professor to universities around the world, including Australia, Botswana, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, India, Italy, Jamaica, Kenya, Lebanon, Lesotho, Mexico, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Senegal, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and the USA.

      Kgethi has won numerous awards for her research and community work, including an Hon DSc (Bristol) in July 2019, the Order of the Baobab (Silver) conferred on her by the President of South Africa in April 2016. In August 2014 CEO Magazine named her the most influential woman academic in Africa, and in August 2016 the Businesswomen’s Association of South Africa awarded her the prestigious Businesswoman of the Year Award in the education category.

      Her commitment to academia and research extends beyond personal advancement. She was elected as a member of the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) in November 2007, an honorary member of the Golden Key International Honour Society in May 2009, and an honorary life member of the Association for Mathematics Education of South Africa (AMESA) in July 2009. In 2008 she was appointed to co-chair a study commissioned by the International Commission on Mathematical

      Instruction titled “Mathematics and language diversity”, which was published as an edited volume, Mathematics Education and Language Diversity, in 2016.

      She is member of the board of the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls (OWLAG) and currently chairs the Human Resource Development Council Standing Committee on Mathematics and Science Education. She served as member of the board of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and chaired its Research Development and Innovation Committee from January 2015 until September 2017.

      She was elected in 2011 as the first woman President of the Convocation of the University of the Witwatersrand and served for five years until 2016. She led the Association for Mathematics Education of South Africa (AMESA) as its first woman National President from 2002 to 2006, served as founding chairperson of the Board of the South African Mathematics Foundation (SAMF) from 2004 to 2006, and as secretary and member of the executive committee of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME) from 2003 to 2007.

      UCT portfolio

      The Vice-Chancellor is accountable to Council and to Senate for the leadership of the university as a whole, and for determining the university’s strategic goals in consultation with all relevant stakeholders, and ensuring their implementation. This includes accountability for the university’s overall academic standing, financial health, transformation and social justice interventions.

      She has both direct responsibility for fundraising and public communication and oversight of the executive directors of the Development and Alumni Department and the Communication and Marketing Department.

      She represents the university to its internal and external publics, which includes many ceremonial functions. She has executive oversight for risk management.

      Portfolio responsibilities

      • Strategic leadership
      • Public relations, communications
      • External relations – other universities – bilateral and networks, government, corporate, international
      • Fundraising
      • Council accountability
      • Institutional financial sustainability
      • Risk management
      • Transformation
      • Ceremonial functions

      Departments and individual reporting lines to VC (11)

      • Deputy vice-chancellors (3)
      • Chief Operations Officer
      • Registrar
      • Executive Director: Communication and Marketing
      • Executive Director: Development and Alumni
      • Director: Office of the Vice-Chancellor
      • Director: Special Advisor to the VC – Strategic Relations and Engagements
      • Director: Internal Audit
      • University Ombud (indirect report)

      Committee membership

      • Council
      • Council Executive Committee
      • Senate (Chair)
      • Senate Executive Committee (Chair)
      • Senior Leadership Group (Chair)
      • University Strategy Forum (Chair)
      • Vice-Chancellor’s Management Advisory Group (VCMAG) (Chair)
      • Resource Allocation Advisory Groups (RAAG)
      • Employment Equity Forum (Chair)
      • Institutional Forum
      • University Finance Committee
      • Risk Management Committee (Chair)
      • University Audit Committee
      • University Development Committee (Chair)
      • Alumni Association Management Committee
      • University Foundation
      • Ukukhula Trust
      • Remuneration Committee
      • Joint Investment Committee
      • College of Fellows (Chair)
      • Admissions Committee
      • Teaching and Learning Committee
      • Academic Freedom Committee (AFC)
      • Appointments Committee
      • Honorary Degrees Committee
      • Baxter Theatre Centre Board

      Committees and networks outside UCT

      • Universities South Africa (USAf)
      • Worldwide Universities Network (WUN)
      • Cape Higher Education Consortium (CHEC)
      • World Economic Forum
      • Global University Leaders Forum
      • UCT Fund: USA (Board of Trustees)
      • UCT Fund: UK (Board of Trustees)
      • Mauerberger Foundation Fund (Director)
      • Association of African Universities (AAU)
      • Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)
      • Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls
      • Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) Standing Committee on Mathematics and Science (Chair)
      • FirstRand Foundation (Board of Trustees)

      Email:  vc@uct.ac.za

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