Chief Justice Mogoeng steps down as UKZN’s chancellor

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng. (Simon Sonnekus)

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has stepped down because the
College of KwaZulu-Natal’s (UKZN) chancellor earlier than the top of his time period.

The college mentioned the Chief Justice has suggested the Chair
of Council, Dr Letticia Moja and the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Nana Poku of
his withdrawal from the place of Chancellor of the College of

Chief Justice Mogoeng was elected by the College Council
and appointed because the College’s Chancellor in August 2017, and his time period was
solely as a consequence of finish in about 4 months time.

Chief Justice Mogoeng was the third Chancellor to carry this
workplace on the College. He succeeded Dr Frene Ginwala and Dr Zweli Mkhize.

When it comes to the College Statute, the Chancellor is the
titular head of the College and presides over all congregations of the

“Chief Justice Mogoeng shall be remembered specifically by
the college neighborhood for the a number of commencement ceremonies he presided
over, throughout which he conferred quite a few levels and awarded diplomas and
certificates,” mentioned the college.

The 2019 Spring commencement was the final in-person commencement
the Chief Justice was in a position to attend, throughout which he delivered the customary chancellor’s
deal with to the congregation.

Within the interim, and in line with the UKZN Statute, the
Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Nana Poku, will carry out the features
of the Chancellor.

Dr Letticia Moja on behalf of Council and the College
Neighborhood expressed their appreciation to the Chief Justice for his service to
the College during the last 4 years, and specifically for serving as a
sounding board for the Vice-Chancellor.

UKZN mentioned it can instantly start the method of
appointing a brand new chancellor. A name for nominations shall be made by the registrar
to all members of council, senate and the institutional discussion board, and council will
elect the fourth chancellor of UKZN on the June 2021 council assembly.

The college didn’t disclose why Mogoeng has withdrawn
his chancellorship.

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