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Mafsike Dikeledi Violet Tshetlo
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Firm Believe in Continuous Learning and Change
Born02 August 1959
Hammanskraal
Nationality
OccupationDepartment of Higher Education and Training
Spouse(s)Makwelane William Tshetlo
ChildrenMmashikwane Hazel Phiri, Phenyo Levi Tshetlo, Kgolagano Naomi Nenungwi
Parent(s)Tabane Johannes Diane and Mmashikwane Mabel Diane

Mafsike Dikeledi Violet Tshetlo (born 02 August 1959) is a South African Chief Director for National Examination and Assessment in the Department of Education and Training. She was born in Hammanskraal in 1959. She is well known for her for writing, editing, moderation for adult education books and providing training to communities for development and improving livelihoods of others.

Biography[edit]

Dikeledi (born 02 August 1959) is a South African Chief Director for National Examination and Assessment in the Department of Education and Training. She was born in Hammanskraal in 1959. She is well known for her for writing of books for adult learners and providing training to communities for development and improving livelihoods of others. Born in Hammanskraal, Tshetlo began her career in 1990 as an educator at DA Mokoma high school in the north west province were, she was an English language educator. She then moved to Letsatsing Science High School in Mafikeng in 1993 to continue with her career as an educator. She became a deputy principal at Tshoganyetso High School in Mmabatho Mafikeng in 1995. In the year 2000, she joined the Department of Education in the North West Province as an education specialist. She joined a non-profit organization PROTEC.[1] as an educator, providing training to the community at large.

Early life[edit]

Mafsike Dikeledi Violet Tshetlo born on 02 August 1959 in Hammanskraal, South Africa. Her Father Tabane Johannes Diane of Setswana ancestry and her mother MMashikwane Mabel Diane of Setswana ancestry. She is married to Makwelane William Tshetlo and they have three children, MMashikwane Hazel Phiri, Phenyo Levi Tshetlo[2] and Kgolagano Naomi Nenungwi. She attended her primary school at Tane and Phalesane Primary School[3] and continued her high school at Hans Kekana Secondary School[4]. She completed her matric in 1981 at Mabopane High School and continued her studies at the University of Vista at Mamelodi Campus. She advanced her qualification and studied at the University of North West. She also studied management advanced program at the University of the Witwatersrand in 2011. She completed her Senior Management Leadership Development Programme with the University of Kwazulu Natal. She is currently enrolled for Project Management Certificate with Wits Business School[5]

Career[edit]

Mafsike Dikeledi Violet Tshetlo began her career in 1990 as an educator at DA Mokoma high school in the North West Province were, she was an English language educator. She then moved to Letsatsing Science High School in Mahikeng in 1993 to continue with her career as an educator. She became a deputy principal at Tshoganyetso High School in Mmabatho Mahikeng in 1995. In the year 2000, she joined the Department of Education in the North West Province as an education specialist. Her passion for educating others motivated her to join a nonprofit organization PROTEC[6] as an educator, providing training to the community at large on Saturdays. In 2005 she was promoted to Chief Education Specialist in the North West Education Department.

In 2005 she presented a country paper to the United Nation Educational, Science and Cultural Organization on Mobilizing adult learners for learning and participation through learning in Oslo Norway. She is the author of the ABET[7] Level 3 and Level 4 for Human and Social Sciences textbooks. She also co-authored the grade 9 “Setswana sa Tlhago” text book. She became the editor of ABET[8] text books and materials for the South African ABET Development agency (SAADA)[9]. In 2006 she chaired and presented at “Every Adult Learner Needs an Educator” conference on the adoption of adult education throughout South Africa. Dikeledi chaired a number of NEAC Task Teams for Policy and Regulations, Certifications, Examination System Administration committee, ANA and Marking.

In 2007 she moved to the Limpopo Province where she was a senior manager (Director) of examination and assessment. She provided an overall strategic directive to the Examinations Units with regards to the policy development and implementation. She dispensed with National Senior Certificate (NSC). She presented Citations at the Adult Learners Conference arranged by the National Department of Education and Adult Learning Network: Adult Learning for healthy society in East London. In 2008 she chaired the Adult Learners conference week “Inspiring the Nation to Learn” in Polokwane, Limpopo Province.

She is the current Chief Director of the National Examinations and Assessment in the Department of Higher Education in Pretoria. Dikeledi is highly motivated by the late Dr Morongwa Ramarumo[10] who left a legacy to many and hopes to continue where she left of by transforming the current National Examination System.

Awards[edit]

  • In 2006, Dikeledi was nominated to serve as a Panel of adjudicators Member by Pricewaterhousecoopers for the Premier's Service Excellence Award.
  • She was instrumental in motivating the examination team to participate in the Premier's Excellence Awards which won the GOLD AWARD in the First round and won the PLATINUM AWARD as the best run Directorate in the province.
  • In 2009 Dikeledi was nominated and awarded the GOLD AWARD for the best Support Team Category in the Department - LIMPOPO for BEST Leadership of the Directorate in the category – Examinations Support Services.

Professional Services to the Community[edit]

  • 2005 - Tshetlo presented a South African paper on “MOBILIZILING ADULT LEARNERS FOR LEARNING AND PARTICIPATION THROUGH LEARNING FESTIVALS” in OSLO – NORWAY.
  • 2003 - 2007 she served and advised on the Curriculum and Assessment matters as Council member – Taletso and Orbit TVET colleges.
  • 2002 - 2006 She was the Provincial Newspaper Supplement Material Developer team lead – AET and FET levels.
  • 1996 - 1997 She tutored Special English to upgrading educators at in-service training program which later moved to the University of North West.
  • 1995 - 1997 Grade 12 Marker and Senior Marker.

References/Notes and references[edit]

  1. "Protec STEM Career". PROTEC.
  2. "PHENYO HOLDINGS (PTY) Ltd". ELEX ACADEMIC BOOKSTORE.
  3. "Tane Primary School". ELEX ACADEMIC BOOKSTORE.
  4. "Hans Kekana Secondary School". Hans Kekana Secondary.
  5. "PHENYO HOLDINGS (PTY) Ltd". Phenyo Tshetlo.
  6. "Protec STEM Career". PROTEC.
  7. "Adult Basic Education and Training". Interactive Reality.
  8. "Adult Basic Education and Training". Interactive Reality.
  9. "South African ABET & Skills Development Agency". Interactive Reality.
  10. "THUTO News Letter" (PDF). Department of Education.



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