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Coetzee to lead college

Boland College’s new principal, Johanna Coetzee, has been a resident of Stellenbosch since 1972, so she is no stranger to the broader Boland region.

Born and raised in Kakamas, Northern Cape, where she completed her schooling, Coetzee studied at Stellenbosch University where she obtained a BA degree, a Higher Diploma in Education as well as a BEd degree. She also holds a Total Quality Management qualification from Unisa, which was awarded her cum laude.

Being a great supporter of life-long learning, Coetzee also obtained a qualification in Human Resource Management from the University of Cape Town in 2015 and a qualification in Basic Financial Management from the University of Cape Town in 2017, both cum laude.

Her professional career includes being a teacher at Labori High School (formerly Commercial High School) in Paarl and at Bloemhof Girls’ High School in Stellenbosch. She received three merit awards from the then-named Department of Education for excellence in teaching. School teaching was traded for college teaching when she joined Boland College (then Stellenbosch College) in 1993 as a lecturer and later senior lecturer, where she received the Principal’s award while being a national examiner and national moderator.

A further career move came when she was appointed Quality Manager at the newly merged Boland College in 2002, when she assisted the Executive Committee in growing the institution to what it is today.

Coetzee says she looks forward to the challenges of steering Boland College in an era of growing artificial intelligence, in contrast to the natural intelligence of human beings.

Coetzee’s appointment took effect on 1 August.

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