Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Lebohang Mathola-Ndlovu
Cell: + 27 82 573 0979 or Office: + 27 11 717 4041

My objective is to play a pivotal role, using my leadership, communication and other skills, within government or non-governmental organisational structures in the redevelopment of the African continent.

April 2005: World of Work Training Programme, Graduate School for the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand
2003- 2004: Degree of Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) in Political Science
Honours thesis title: “DRC Peacekeeping: South Africa’s role”
Special achievements and Honours:
A Member of the uBuntu society for Political Science students.
1996-2000: Bachelor of Arts Degree at the University of the Witwatersrand
Subject majors: Political Science and International Relations.
Other courses: Philosophy and African literature.
Special achievements and Honours:
Gender Officer: Art Student Council
Member of the Graduate Lodge House Committee

1994: Matric at Nkhobiso Senior Secondary School, (Qwa Qwa, Free State)
Special achievements and Honours:
Class Representative


1. DIDIMA CURIO SHOP, from September to December 2005, Staff reliever.
Tasks and responsibilities:
I was doing general shop duties that included processing invoices, making orders, receiving stock and cashing up.

2. Wits law clinic, 1999-2000, filing clerk.
Tasks and responsibilities:
I was responsible for filing, photocopying and faxing confidential documents. I also worked as a receptionist.

3. rag (remember and give), 1999-2000, committee member.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
Helped the committee members with the organisation of different events that were meant to raise funds for charity.

4. Wits parternship programme, 1997-1998, filing clerk.
Tasks and responsibilities:
I filed, photocopied, and faxed the documents relating to the twenty Soweto High Schools that were under the programme.

q Interpersonal Skills
q Verbal and written communication skills
q Attaining objectives through team work processes
q Writing reports
q Working under pressure and for long hours
q Presentation skills
q Organisational skills

reading: Reading is informative and helps me keep abreast with the politics of the country and the globe. I also have a great interest in watching television news. In addition to reading, I like interacting with people of different backgrounds as this enables me to look at the work from different perspectives.
sport: I regularly participate in sport to develop physical strength, and other necessary skills, such as conflict management and leadership.


Mrs. Jean Power
Coordinator – Graduate Internship Programme
University of the Witwatersrand
082 823 1293
011 717 4041

Mrs. Alison Jones
Lecturer: Political Science Department
University of KwaZulu-Natal
033 260 5111

Ms. Debbie Turrel
Lecturer: English Department
University of KwaZulu-Natal
033 260 5111


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