The Ruth First Jeppe High School for Girls Memorial Trust is a properly registered trust in terms of the South African Trust Property Control Act, 1988 (Act 57 of 1988). Trust Registration Number IT 2123/2010
The Honorary Auditors of the Trust are KPMG Inc. KPMG Crescent 85 Empire Road, Parktown, Johannesburg 2193; P/Bag 9 Parkview, South Africa 2122
The Trust's Bankers are ABSA Eastgate Branch, Branch Code 632005, Account Number 40 7670 6321
The Ruth First Jeppe Memorial Trust is run by an eminent board of Trustees, all with Jeppe links who bring a wealth of educational, managerial and strategic expertise to their task. The Manager of the Trust is based at Jeppe High School for Girls and has personal involvement with all of the girls and their families.
A Jeppe past pupil, she is Professor of African Literature at the University of the Witwatersrand and is an internationally-renowned scholar in the field of African studies.
She has published several award winning books and is an A-rated National Research Foundation scholar.
She has worked in the tertiary sector for 25 years and is a great admirer of Ruth First.
A former Jeppe parent and Governor, is currently Director for Education Support at the Gauteng Department of Education.
Her career includes two decades’ worth of experience in primary and secondary school teaching and management, including a stint as head of Eastgate Primary. She is a great proponent of the quality of education offered at Jeppe.
Christina Nomasonto Notununu
An educator, school manager, heritage consultant, diversity trainer and Human Resources manager.
She trained at the University of Cape Town and has taught in Athlone on the Cape Flats and at Robben Island Primary School where she became an innovative and forward-thinking principal.
She oversaw the development of the Museum School which designed a curriculum around Robben Island and integrated ex-political prisoners and ex-warders.
Ballack is in the privileged position of having at her core a sense of this country’s history which exists outside of history books.