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Khulumani congratulates its Board Member, Professor Tinyiko Maluleke on his appointment as Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Johannesburg

Khulumani celebrates the appointment of Professor Tinyiko Maluleke, a Khulumani board member, to the executive leadership team at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) in the capacity of Deputy Vice Chancellor with responsibility for the portfolio on Internationalisation, Advancement and Student Affairs.

Professor Maluleke is internationally recognised for his extensive publications and for the impact of his research. He is an elected a member of the South African Academy of Science and is a highly respected political and social commentator whose analyses, views and opinions are solicited by the South African media.

The University of Johannesburg website highlights that Professor Maluleke is an intellectual who is passionate about social justice. He is proficient in all South Africa's official languages and speaks and writes French. He is a prominent community leader and activist, a fomer President of the South African Council of Churches, a member of the Khulumani Support Group Board, and a former member of the World Council of Churches' Decade to Overcome Violence Reference Group. 

Khulumani is proud to be associated with Professor Maluleke and wishes him well in his new endeavours.

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