Chyanne (aka Anne) Isaac has been appointed as legal counsellor in the Office of the Registrar, serving in the Legal Services and Secretariat section.
Isaac, a graduate of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, moved to Cape Town from Durban, where she had been working as a prosecutor for some 11 years. Outside of the office, she spends plenty of time contributing to the functions of Soroptimist International South Africa, an organisation that works to advance human rights and the status of women through a score of service projects.
She also collects the works of children's author Enid Blyton, but - she points out - only those works actually penned by Blyton.
Roland September took office as risk services manager in January, succeeding John Tunstall, who retired at the end of 2009.
Prior to his appointment, September had been traffic manager at UCT since 1999.
Among other gigs, he also did some security work in laidback New Zealand for Group Four Security, where he was security advisor at some big-name events, his first being a concert that double-headlined Billy Joel and Elton John.
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