Meet our Mentors
Audrey Mazibuko is the former Headmistress of Masibambane Junior Primary School where she worked from 2012 – 2021. Masibambane College is situated in Orange Farm 60km south of Johannesburg and has an enrolment over 1000 students from Grade R to matric. She retired from Masibambane College in 2021 and currently lives in Fourways, Johannesburg.
Before joining Masibambane College, Audrey served as a teacher at Mondeor High School, where she taught Geography from Grade 8 – 12 and English to Grade 8 and 9 students. She received an award in Category 2: Excellence in Secondary Teaching at the Regional Finals in 2004. In addition to her role as Head, she was the founder and Deputy Principal of Moloantoa Primary School from 1992 to 1994, and founder and Chairperson of Zakheni ECD Forum in Orange Farm in 2016. Audrey has served as a Board member of The Realema Intern Programme and as mentor to teacher-interns at Masibambane College. She was also a Board member of Masibambane College from 2015 to 2021. Presently, she serves as an Executive Board member of ABESA (Anglican Board of Education for Southern Africa) representing the ECD Portfolio.
Audrey holds a Diploma in Secondary Teaching from Vista University, majoring in Biology and Geography. Audrey completed her Junior Primary Methods Course through Leeds University in 1998, and more recently completed a course in Mentorship through UNISA in 2017. She has been on this challenging yet exciting journey of teaching and learning for 41 years.