TUT Profs elected to CRIMSA council

19 March 2021

Two criminology experts from the Tshwane University of Technology’s Faculty of Humanities, Prof Adewale Olutola and Kholofelo B Mothibi, have been elected as members of the Council of the Criminological Society of Africa (CRIMSA). They will both serve a two-year term from 2021 to 2023.

CRIMSA is a non-profit corporate academic society that aims to contribute to the broader transformation of society through equity and to endorse those values enshrined in the South African Constitution and the Bill of Rights. 

Election to this prestigious position, shows their dedication to the Criminological sciences while it it also demonstrates that the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is moulding and shaping the future of Criminology and related disciplines through its dedication to its academic staff. 

Serving as a member of Council is not a ceremonial role but an active role with added duties and responsibilities. 

Prof Adewale Olutola.
Prof Kholofelo B Mothibi.

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