Thabo Cecil Makgoba
Archbishop and Metropolitan
Anglican Church of Southern Africa
BSc, BA (Hons) in Applied Psychology and MEd in Educational Psychology, Wits; PhD, UCT. Formerly: lectured at Wits University; Senior Lecturer and Dean of Knockando, Wits College of Education; Curate, St. Mary's Cathedral, Johannesburg; Chaplain, Wits; Priest in Charge, St Alban's, Ferreirastown; Priest in Charge/Rector and Archdeacon, Christ the King, Sophiatown; 2002, Bishop Suffragan and 2004, Bishop, Grahamstown Diocese. Since 2008, Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town and Metropolitan of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa. Chair, Anglican Communion Environmental Network. Lecturer on Ethical Leadership and Stewardship, University of Cape Town. Former Commissioner, Press Freedom Commission. Since 2012, Chancellor, University of the Western Cape. Recipient of awards and honours, including: Cross of St Augustine, Archbishop of Canterbury; Doctor of Divinity, honoris causa, General Theological Seminary, Episcopal Church, New York City (2009); Ernest Oppenheimer Memorial Trust Scholarship.