Kentse Radebe


Kentse is currently based at the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship at the Graduate School of Business at UCT. Kentse’s work largely focusses on social stratification and exploring how institutions and organisations can advance equity and social justice.


Kentse’s academic background is in Sociology and Organisational Psychology. Prior to joining Bertha Centre, Kentse’s work focused on initiatives that aimed to reduce the mental health treatment gap in South Africa. This included working towards setting up the Counselling Hub in Woodstock which delivers low cost mental health services in Cape Town. Kentse also currently serves on the South African Human Rights Commission Section 11 Committee Monitoring the Implementation of the Mental Health Care Report.

Kentse is a Tekano Health Equity Atlantic Fellow, a Fulbright Scholar, a Mail & Guardian 2019 Young 200 award recipient and an Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Fellow.

12:35PM - 12:55PM

12 November 2020 HSG Global Symposium

Facilitated Q&A