The College of Forensic Pathologists: C FOR PATH (CMSA)
Dr Itumeleng Jacobeth Molefe
Dr Hestelle van Staden
Dr Servaas Hofmeyr Rossouw


Guidelines for Presidents and Secretaries of Constituent Colleges


FOURIE, Kevin James
HERBST, Celeste Ingrid
HLAISE, Keven Khazamula
HOLLAND , Shakeera
JANSEN VAN VUUREN, Stephanus Petrus
MAMASHELA, Thakadu Arnold
QUARRIE, Karisha Claudia
VELLEMA, Jeanine

Dr Itumeleng Jacobeth Molefe


Dr Molefe trained at UCT for both under and post-graduate qualifications and is passionate about the role of Forensic Medicine in clinical governance, quality assurance, professional medical education and research.He has expertise in both Clinical Forensic Medicine and Forensic Pathology which allows him to appreciate the role of Forensic Pathologists and Practitioners in improving health outcomes by making valuable contributions to developing and revising health policies, to improve our healthcare service delivery and hopefully improve outcomes, including our autopsy service.Prof Molefe is pursuing a PhD in Forensic Pathology- specifically the topics of traumatic brain injury and gender-based violence. He values good collaboration in his clinical (forensic) work and enjoy working closely with the national prosecuting authority and SA police service in his research and routine service. He greatly values teaching and learning and have enjoyed being an examiner and convener for the Constituent College of Forensic Pathologists since 2012.His participation in the Finance and General Purposes, and the Diploma working group committees in the CMSA has afforded him exposure and insight into the functioning and processes of the CMSA. He recognises the valuable contributions he can make to achieve the mission and vision of the CMSA, and most importantly, to grow the representation of the College of Forensic Pathologists diplomates and fellows. He believes that this will require nourishing the current relationships and synergies, building on, and creating engagements that are of more mutual benefit between provincial Forensic Medicine, Health and Pathology departments and universities across SA.