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prof sipho seepe wife , Career & Net Worth

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prof sipho seepe wife – All details Sipho Seepe (born 1959 in Soweto) is a South African higher education and strategy consultant. He is a full Professor of Mathematics.

prof sipho seepe wife , Career & Net Worth

Professor Seepe is currently the Deputy Vice Chancellor: Institutional Support at the University of Zululand. Professor Seepe is a physicist by profession. He holds two masters one in Physics (Wits) and Masters in Technology in Education from Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts. He also holds a PhD from the University of North West. He is a recipient of several scholarships, the most prestigious being Harvard Fellowship and the Senior Research Fulbright Fellowship. Before returning to the academy he served as a Special Advisor in a number of Ministries; Public Service and Administration, Human Settlement, Communications, and Defense and Military Veterans. He has written extensively on matters of public interests. His scholastic contribution includes the following publications.

Seepe S (ed), 1998 Black perspective (s) on tertiary institutional transformation, Vivlia Publishers Johannesburg

Seepe S., 2004 Speaking Truth to Power: Reflections on post 1994 South Africa, Vista University and Skotaville Media, Pretoria.

Seepe S (ed) 2020, Tertiary Institutional Transformation in South Africa Revisited, Africa Century Editions Press, Cape Town

prof sipho seepe wife
prof sipho seepe wife


He was born in the year 1959 in Soweto, South Africa. He also grew up there with his two younger brothers.


He has a PhD from the University of North West and a master’s degree in solid-state physics from Wits University. He also has a master’s degree in technology education from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the United States.


He was previously Director of the South African Race Relations Institute and Director of Henley Management College. Seepe’s research interests include the cultural, social, and political elements of mathematical and scientific knowledge, and he holds degrees in physics and mathematics. He has published numerous books and written extensively on current affairs for Business Day and Mail & Guardian. He is a Fulbright and Harvard-South Africa Fellow.


He has an estimated net worth of $200,000 which he has earned as a professor.