The Tuks AIDS Reference Group (TARG) guides the work of the CSA&G and is composed of a number of individuals representing all areas of university operations. In consultation with the Deans, Faculty committees, HR and other stakeholders, reference group members are nominated based on one or more of the following: their interest in Sexualities, HIV and Gender as well as their ability to represent a faculty/department/campus entity and their involvement in those areas and exploring broader issues of diversity, difference and inclusivity.

Current members of TARG are:

Prof Vasu Reddy (Chair)Dean: Humanities
Prof Liesel EbersöhnProfessor: Director: Centre for the Study of Resilience
Prof Theresa RossouwAssociate Professor: Faculty of Health Sciences
Prof Charlene CarbonattoSenior Lecturer: Department of Social Work and Criminology, Faculty of Humanities
Dr Madiba MateteDirector of Student Affairs, UP
Mr Edwin SmithDirector: Mamelodi Campus
Ms Ninette MoutonGrants Manager, Department of Research Innovation and Support
Ms Bes LiebenbergDepartment of Residence Affairs
Prof Melvyn QuanDepartment of Tropical Veterinary Diseases, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences
Dr Stephan de BeerDirector: Centre for Contextual Ministry, Faculty of Theology
Sr Hannelie CoetzeeHead: Student Health Service
Ms Ntsikie LoteniDirector: Transformation Office
Dr Maria RamaahloDirector: Disability Unit
Dr Tanya van Wyk Faculty of Theology
Ms Thuto Mashile UP Student Representative Council: President
Ms Thobile MbheleUP Student Representative Council: Transformation
Prof Rebecca HodesDirector: CSA&G
Mr Pierre BrouardDeputy Director: CSA&G
Mr Johan MaritzSenior Manager: Operations & CSA&G Press – CSA&G

TARG Secretariat

Ms Belinda PakatiSenior Manager: Community Engagement – CSA&G
Ms Vuyisa MamanziResearcher and Project Coordinator – CSA&G
Ms Hulisani KhorombiProject Manager: Just Leaders – CSA&G
Ms Gabriela PinheiroProject Manager and Researcher: Gender Justice