The composition of Council:
- Five external members appointed by the Minister
- One member of the Academic Board elected by the Academic Board
- One external member representing the donor, which we are currently in the process to appoint that person.
- One lecturer of the College, elected by the lecturers of the College.
- One member of the support staff of the College, elected by the support staff.
- Two students of the College, elected by the studentís representative Council of the College
Members of the Council are:
Mr MP Skosana - Chairperson (External Member)
Mr E Nxumalo - Deputy Chairperson (External Member)
Mr JT Chiloane Ė Principal (Internal Member)
Ms JN Magabe - Secretary (External Member)
Mr S Walters (External Member)
Dr MM Khumalo (External Member)
Ms MD Nkomo (External Member)
Mr TJ Molefe (External Member)
Dr KS Kongwa (External Member)
Mr J Aphane (Internal Member)
Ms M Du Preez (Internal Member)
Mr M Buda(Internal Member)
Mr N Rikhotso (SRC Representative)
Ms S Milanzi (SRC Representative)
Mr PN Mosoeu (Council Administrator)
The Council of the College performs all the functions, including the development of a College Statute, which is necessary to govern a Public FET College, subject to this act and any applicable act , National or Provincial law.
The Council must, with the concurrence of all its sub committees and relevant stakeholders:
Develop a strategic plan for the College which must incorporate the mission, vision, goals and planning for funding of the College. Address past imbalances and gender and disability matters including safety measures for a safe learning environment for students, lectures and support staff.
Council is responsible for Governance of the College.
Composition of the Executive Committee
Mr MP Skosana - Chairperson of the Council
Mr E Nxumalo - Deputy Chairperson of the Council
Mr JT Chiloane - Principal
Ms JN Magabe - Secretary
Mr S Walters - Chairperson of Audit and Risk Committee
Ms M Du Preez - Chairperson of Policy Development Committee
Dr KS Kongwa - Chairperson of HR and Labour Relations
Dr M Khumalo - Chairperson of Marketing and Communications
Mr N Rikhotso - President of the SRC
The role of the Committee is to provide leadership to the Council at all times. By fine-tuning and levelling the playing field, and to respond to the reports submitted by sub committees. It has the Executive powers to take urgent critical decisions on behalf of the Council and ultimately report to the General Council.
All Committees also report to the Executive Committee on their mandate and developments in those committees.
The Executive Committee is the strategic centre of power.
AUDIT AND RISK COMMITTEE
Mr S Walters - Chairperson (External member)
Mr E Nxumalo - External member
Mr TJ Molefe - External member
Ms S Bouwer - Chief Financial Officer
Mr J Aphane - Internal member
Ms O Sithole - SRC Treasure
Ms L Tolo - SRC Representative
Ms S Machaka - SRC Representative
The role of the committee is to provide the strategic direction of the finance of the College guided by operational process of the institution.
It also interrogates the budget of the College, makes critical reflections and takes it to the General Council for approval.
All fundamental matters relating to finances of the College, that requires governance intervention are handled by the Audit and Risk Committee to ensure that good governance is adhered to.
The Committee also audits projects and tenders that are awarded.
Audit and Risk Committee reports to the Executive Committee and the General Council.
HR AND LABOUR RELATIONS COMMITTEE
Dr KS Kongwa - Chairperson (External member)
Ms MD Nkomo - External member
Ms JN Magabe - External member
Ms D Malete - Deputy Principal HR and Admin Support
Ms E Mabena - Internal HR. Representative
Ms M Legodi - Internal HR Representative
Ms P Sibanda - Internal HR. Representative
Mr A Mohlaka - SRC Representative
Ms R Mahlangu - SRC Representative
The role of the Committee is to deal with all HR and Labour related matters at a level of Governance to ensure that principles of good Governance are practiced.
The role of the Committee is also to ensure that staff understands their role and responsibility within predefined limits. The Committee also ensures that the rights of employees are being taken care of at all times.
The management of good discipline and a code of good practice entrenched in the disciplinary code and procedure as a corrective measure for act of misconduct puts and obligation to this committee to ensure healthy working relations between the employer and employee.
The Committee reviews and assess the adequacy of its mandate and evaluate its effectiveness in fulfilling its mandate as determined by the Council.
The Committee after robust and frank engagements it takes all their recommendations to the General Council for approval.
HR and Labour Relations Committee reports to the Executive Committee and General Council.