Lebogang Montjane attended St Peter’s Preparatory School and later completed his schooling at The Stony Brook School in New York. Lebogang holds a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Government and History from Connecticut College, a law degree from the University of the Witwatersrand and a Master of Arts degree in Politics and Education from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Lebogang began his legal career by clerking for Chief Justice, Pius Langa at the Constitutional Court. As an admitted attorney since 2003, Lebogang specialised in Competition Law and served three terms as a Commissioner on the Confidentiality Commission of the United Nations Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
Lebogang was appointed as the Executive Director of the Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa (ISASA) in January 2014. He is a trustee of the Anglican Educational Trust and was appointed by the Archbishop of Cape Town, The Most Reverend Thabo Makgoba, to be a member of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa’s Task Team on Discrimination in Anglican Schools.
A former member of the Executive Committee of the Wits University Convocation, he now sits as a Governor on the University of the Witwatersrand Foundation. Lebogang is also a member of an international steering committee drafting Guiding Principles on Educational Pluralism.