Profile » Dr Marianne Kotzé

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Title Dr
First Name Marianne     Send Email
Surname Kotzé
Gender Female
HPCSA Reg No MP 0200549
Nursing Council
Bar Council
Law Society

Membership Profile

Membership TypeAcademic Membership
Date Joined2019-05-10
Available as an Expert Witness?No
Available as a Medico Legal Attorney?No
Available as an Medico Legal Advocate?No
Profile VisibilityPublic

Samla Verified Medical Mediator

Samla Verified Medical Mediator?No
Health Sector Commercial Mediator?No
Technical Medico-Legal Mediator (Personal Injury)?No
Technical Medico-Legal Mediator (Clinical Negligence)?No
Name of institution/s in which I was trained in mediation.
Name of authority that has (authorities that have) accredited me as a mediator.
I would like to be invited to observe Medical Mediations No
I am willing to provide my services free of charge for pilot projects No
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Skype Name Marianne Kotze
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Work / Business Info

Work Tel No 0514129133
Work Address Bloemfontein Government Mortuary
City/Town Bloemfontein
Province Free State


Highest Education Level MB ChB (Bachelors)
Highest Education Level Dip Fir Med (SA) Clin (Diploma)
Highest Education Level Dip Fir Med (SA) Clin(Other)


Additional Info ...

Fields of Interest Clinical Forensic Medicine
Sexual offences in general (specific child sexual abuse and rape)
Short CV  
CONDENSED CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: JOHANNA MARIA KOTZÉ, NÉE MARAIS IDENTIFICATION NR: 5406170069086 HOME ADDRESS: P.O.Box 37366, 13 P.J. Schoeman Street, Langenhovenpark 9330. Bloemfontein BUSINESS ADDRESS: Bloemfontein Government Mortuary, James Dick Street, Bloemfontein E-ADDRESS: DATE OF BIRTH: 17 June 1954 – Age: 64 LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY: Afrikaans and English SCHOOL 1960 – 1971: Zastron Secondary School National Senior Certificate: Subjects: Afrikaans (first language) A English (second language) B Mathematics B Science B Biology A German C TERTIARY EDUCATION 1977: MB; ChB (UOFS) 2004 Certificate in Medicine and Law (UNISA) 2008 Dip For Med (SA) Clin (CMSA) REGISTRATION December 1977: Registered as intern. November 1978: Register as General Practitioner with SAMDC (Now HPCSA) Registration Nr. MP 0200549 October 2008: Registration: Diploma Clinical Forensic Medicine [Dip For Med (SA) Clin Colleges of Medicine of South Africa] RELEVANT EXPERIENCE I work in the clinical forensic medicine field since 1999, when started to manage rape cases. I started training in Clinical Forensic medicine soon after that. Number of adult, adolescent, and child survivors of sexual offences managed: Approximately 3000. TRAINING RESPONSIBILITIES UNIVERSITY OF THE FREE STATE • Undergraduate: MBChB III; MBChB V; Nursing students, final year • Postgraduate: Medical interns, Registrars Departments of Gynaecoloogy, Paediatrics, Family medicine, Forensic Medicine, Postgraduate Diploma: Clinical Forensic Medicine • Advanced Diploma: Forensic Nursing • Foundation for Professional Development DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FREE STATE • Community Service Doctors • Clinical Associates • Nurses • Interdisciplinary sessions for Social Workers, SAPS, Thuthuzela Care Centres, Doctors without Borders, Caring for Victims of Sexual Assault and Rape 10 day curriculum, Magistrates. PUBLICATIONS • Co-author Aspects of Clinical Forensic Medicine: Joyner K. An Introduction for Healthcare Practitioners 2010 Juta • Co-author Child Abuse. Pretorius and Jacklin 2011 JUTA • Kotzé J, Brits H, Botes J. Part 1: Medico-legal documentation, South African Police Services forms, Department of Justice forms and patient information. South Afr Fam Pract. 2014; 56(5):16–22. • Kotzé J, Monatisa M, Brits H, Botes J. Part 2: Medico-legal documentation Practical completion of pages 1 and 4 of the J 88 form. South Afr Fam Pract [Internet]. 2014; 56(6). • Kotzé J, Brits H, Botes J. Part 3: Medico-legal documentation - Practical completion of pages 2 and 3 of the J88 form. South Afr Fam Pract. 2014 Sep 12; 57(1):16–22. • Jina R, Kotzé JM Improving the recording of clinical medicolegal findings in South Africa. SAMJ 2016, 872-873 • Kotzé JM. Brits H The emergency management of a rape case in a nutshell: adolescent and adult cases SAFP 2017 59 (6) 230-236 • Kotze JM, Brits H 2017 Do we miss half of the injuries sustained during rape because we cannot see them? An overview of the use of toluidine blue tissue stain in the medical assessment of rape cases, South African Family Practice. Mar2018, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p37-40

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