holds an M.A. in Education Administration and Management from the University of California, Berkeley. Currently he is the Chief Executive Officer of Cornerstone Institute, a private higher education institution.
He has always supported the role of artists in making learning both accessible and attractive and actively promotes the central role of the arts in all his endeavors.
Noel is the recipient of the United Nations sponsored Karmaveer Award for his contribution to leadership development. He also serves on the board and is the chairperson of Darkroom Contemporary.
is currently Professor of Media Studies at UCT. He also runs a youth culture project named Staticphlow.
It aims to bridge the gap between scholars, artists and activists who are working on aspects of youth culture. He has taught in the English Department at the University of the Western Cape as well as in the English and Drama departments at the University of Stellenbosch.
His current research interests include Hip Hop Studies, Film Studies and the Political economy of the media / social media.
is a lecturer of Music Education at the University of Stellenbosch where she teaches Ethnomusicology and World Music.
Currently she is reading for her PhD at the University of Cape Town with a special focus on umngqokolo, the overtone singing of Xhosa-speaking adolescent girls.
She has been an active member of the Cape Cultural Collective since 2012. She was the indigenous instrumental soundscaper for uHadi (2013), a poetry and musical stage production commissioned for the French South Africa Season in Paris.
has been involved in the arts from an early age. She has worked with Amampondo Cultural group, Manyanani, Pace dance and Jazzart.
She co-founded Women Unite in 1997. In 2003 she established Likhwezi Arts project which aims to develop youth in the arts industry.
She is currently a teacher at Oscar Mpetha High in Gugulethu.
is regarded as a foremost maestro of African percussion music and is the founder and former leader of world-renowned SA group Amampondo. He has since started a new group Ibuyambo, which performs regularly in South Africa and abroad. Dizu currently lectures at the Department of Ethnomusicology in African Music at UCT. Dizu regards his work in communities, educational institutions and with many visiting scholars as a challenge to the present and future government to respect and conserve the traditional heritage of the people of South Africa.