About

Dr. Moses Lebaka

Early Life

Moses Lebaka hails from East London where he first saw the light of day in 1959. He did his lower primary school education at the Zukisa Primary School, higher primary at Bulumko and secondary education at Mzomhle High School. While still at Primary school Dr Moses Lebaka became the first President of the St John Ambulance Association’s Youth Brigade. Due to the well-known 1976 uprisings he did both his high school education from home on his own with the assistance of a number of progressive institution (NGO’s) of that time. Sisa Njikelana was one of the people who spent his time coaching Dr Lebaka in his matric studies.

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Young Adulthood

After high school he was employed by the now defunct Government of Ciskei and deployed to Cecilia Makiwane Hospital as a Clerk Grade II at the Patient Administration Section. He was soon promoted to Clerk Grade 1 and made in charge of the Patient Administration Section.
After Ciskei’s independence and due to the unavailability of Work Study officers, Moses and others were sent to a number of academic institutions. Moses went to the University of Zululand. When Dr Lebaka was doing second year at the University of Zululand he successfully contested a position of Secretary of the AZASO aligned Students Representative Council (SRC) and got the highest votes for an Executive position in the SRC.

  • Born in 1959
  • Born in the Eastern Cape
  • Zukisa Primary School
  • Higher primary at Bulumko
  • Mzomhle High School
  • First President of the St John Ambulance Association’s Youth
Early

Career

After qualifying, he joined the Central Personnel Administration as an Assistant Work Study Officer progressing to the level of Senior Work Study Officer. He later joined the Ciskei People’s Development Bank (now known as the Eastern Cape Development Corporation) as Chief Work Study Officer. During this time he was instrumental in co-establishing the Border Branch of the then South African Institute for Organization and Method study (SAIOM) as well as the establishment of the quality circles chapter in conjunction with Peter Evans of the National Productivity Institute. He established and facilitated a number of quality circles.
He later relocated to Johannesburg as a Manager: Organization and Methods for the South African Housing Trust. A subsequent move saw him at the Metropolitan Housing Finance cooperative as Regional Manager: Community Relations and Work Study for the then Eastern Transvaal Region. The demise of this company led to his appointment at Transnet as Manager: Job Evaluation and Remuneration.

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Mufaro and Nceba

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Moses Lebaka

While at Transnet he registered for an MBA degree with Newport University. He joined the Department of Justice as Director: Organization and Work Study and while serving this Department, registered for a Doctoral degree in Business Administration focusing on Total Quality Management (TQM) He did his Total Quality and Productivity practical’s in Singapore on a fellowship basis.
Dr Lebaka is a qualified and experienced MTM Analyst, Organizational Design Specialist, accredited training Facilitator, Assessor & Moderator, IODSA accredited Board Member and also has several other short courses from various institutions to his credit. Some of these include Strategic Human Resources Management with the Graduate Institute of Management and Technology, training-the-trainer in TQM with the Singapore Civil Service College, competing through quality and productivity with Singapore’s Productivity and Standard Board Academy and Project Management with the Denmark Technological Institute on a fellowship basis.
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    In the early years of the transformation of the Public Service, the Mandela years, Dr Lebaka professionalized and developed the dispensation and career pathing of the Interpreting function in the Public Service. The final product of this dispensation is now what is fondly known as the Lebaka document.

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    In the early years of the transformation of the Public Service, the Mandela years, Dr Lebaka professionalized and developed the dispensation and career pathing of the Interpreting function in the Public Service. The final product of this dispensation is now what is fondly known as the Lebaka document.

  • Document

    In the early years of the transformation of the Public Service, the Mandela years, Dr Lebaka professionalized and developed the dispensation and career pathing of the Interpreting function in the Public Service. The final product of this dispensation is now what is fondly known as the Lebaka document.

Dr. Moses Lebaka (Phd)
He was the Vice-Executive President of the Southern Africa Institute of Management Services (SAIMAS) responsible for Strategy under the Presidency of Eddie Morrison, member of the Methods Time Measurement Association of South Africa, member of the South African Quality Institute, Audit Committee member of the South African Auditor Training Certification Association, Advisory Council member of the University of Johannesburg Board Member of the Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority(SASSETA),Deputy Chairperson of the Justice Chamber, Professional Member of the Institute of Directors of Southern Africa and Executive member of Doctors for Development. He is very passionate about productivity and quality. He transformed the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development’s Workstudy Directorate to focus on Business Process Management.

Dr. Moses Lebaka

  • Chairperson of the Standards Board of the SAIMAS.
  • Championed the accreditation process of the Management qualification by the South African Qualifications Authority
  • Senior Manager responsible for Performance Management, Human Resource Development and Organizational Development and Design at both the Private and Public sectors
  • Dr Lebaka is the founding Secretary of the ANC N.U 17 Branch
  • Led the then ANC Border region’s campaign for the release of Operation Vula detainees Siphiwo Nyanda and Mac Maharaj.
  • He worked with Francis Meli/Madolwana in the early nineties to reduce tensions among Umkhonto Wesizwe operatives regarding the Pretoria Minutes downing of arms agreement.
  • Led the Task Team that was mandated to reduce tensions between the ELYCO and ANC Youth League.
  • He led the ANC delegation that was dispatched to Komga to bring peace between the PAC and the ANC.
  • Was appointed to a two man Task team to establish ANC youth League branches in Birchleigh, Phomolong and Tembisa in Kempton Park.

Dr Moses Lebaka is an avid reader and is obsessed with books across all disciplines and subject. He has a keen interest in any literature on any religion.

Dr Moses Lebaka is married to Bridget Tatenda Lebaka (formerly Hati) and have been blessed with two boys (Mufaro and Nceba) and a girl (Nkosazana).

His interest in leadership was inspired by one of his doctoral modules, Leadership Behavior and Motivation.


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