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UJ’s vice-chancellor honoured as chief in Ghana 

# The University of Johannesburg’s vice-chancellor and principal, professor Letlhokwa Mpedi has been honoured as a chief in the Abeadze Kingdom in Ghana. His Royal Majesty Daasebre Kwebu Ewusi the seventh, the paramount chief of the Abeadze Kingdom, bestowed this honour at a ceremony at UJ’s Art Centre in South Africa yesterday. This honour is being conferred on Mpedi to acknowledge his impactful contributions in the area of research as well as mentorship to young Ghanaian men and women who had the opportunity to learn and continue to learn under his tutelage.