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Mangwashi Victoria Phiyega
Currently resides in: Gauteng, South Africa
in Polokwane South Africa
Mangwashi Phiyega, best known as Riah, was appointed National Police Commissioner in June 2012. She Previously was Group Executive of ABSA Bank LTD. She was Group Executive of Transnet Limited. She was an Executive at the National Ports Authority of South Africa. She also was Director for Development at National Child Welfare. She served as Deputy Chairperson for the Public Office Bearers Commission. She led and chaired the Presidential State Owned Enterprises Review Committee. On 14 October 2015 Phiyega was suspended by the President, following a recommendation of the Farlam Commission of Inquiry into the deaths of protesting miners in Marikana in 2012.
Government, Public Administration and Defence
Chairing the SADC Regional Police Chiefs Association
Transportation and Logistics
Academia, Education and Training
Accounting, Banking and Finance
Social Development and Community Services
Sport and Recreation
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Medical, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals
appointed by the Minister of Health
Mining, Energy and Natural Resources
Pretoria, South Africa | 1984 - 1986
BA Honours (Social Sciences) - Social Work
Limpopo South Africa | Completed 1981
BA (Social Work)
Pennsylvania, USA | Completed 1997
Executive Business Leadership Programme
Singapore | Completed 1998
Executive Management Programme
Johannesburg South Africa | Completed 1994
MA - Social Sciences
Cardiff | Completed 1997
Post Graduate Diploma - Business Administration
Book of South African Women
Support the Trust that supports orphaned children of police who die in the line of duty
Chairman , 2005 - present
Committee Member, 1997 - 1998
Committee member , 1996 - 1998
Chairman , 1994 - 1995
Board Member, 2008 - 2012
Trustee, 2008 - 2012
Council Member, 2005 - 2010
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