The Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance congratulates students on achieving their Master of Development Policy and Practice. We are proud of your hard work and dedication!
On Tuesday, 15 December 2020, during UCT's virtual graduation ceremony, Ndeautala Amulungu, Kudzanayi Bangure (MPhil), Melisizwe Bleki, Arthur Masuka, Ian Milimo, Paul Mulindwa, Refiloe Nt'sekhe, and Jonathan Timm graduated.
John Chipeta, Phindile Mkwanazi, and Sfiso Ngema (PGDip) graduated on Monday, 14 December 2020, during UCT's virtual graduation ceremony.
"We proudly welcome you as part of our Alumni of students that spread across Africa. It is a time for celebration, a time of reflection, and a time to look ahead, as you lead with courage, hope, and compassion in making a difference with your presence. Follow your passion, stay true to yourself. Your life is your story. Make it count!" says Dr Shanil Haricharan, Academic Director at the Mandela School.
Some of the Mandela School's academic team with the Masters students. This photo was taken in 2018 during the first year of this year's graduating cohort.
Master of Development Policy and Practice students with Prof Brian Levy and Ms Zikhona Sikota at the School's Gala Dinner. The photo was taken in July 2019.
Here is more information and details about UCT's virtual December 2020 graduation.