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Mokgethwa Molelemane

Nickname: 'Stix'

Assistant Director, South African Police Service


Currently resides in: Gauteng, South Africa

Born in Pretoria South Africa

I started with secondary teaching for five years then moved to policing. In policing I went through the normal development process, worked as front desk officer, then moved to field training development educator, basic police development trainer and in service police development educator.

I moved to international liaison service within the police organisation and then got elevated to Assistant Director in International Development Component.

Contact details

stixdvd@gmail.com

O: 0124072059

M: 0827048988


Business Address

50 Jannie Du Toit Street, Akasia, South Africa, 0201


Professional details

Current Position(s)

Assistant Director(Major) International Development Coordinator | SAPS
1998 - present

Manage Training
Coordinate international Relations
Manage Projects from active Agreements
Interact with Department of International Relations and Cooperation and the Embassies.
Conduct effective international relations through constant consultation and management of projects and activities emanating from Intrnational Agreemenets
Conduct effective recordkeeping


Previous Position(s)

Senior Administration Officer | Human Resource Development(Training) | South African Police Service
Pretoria, South Africa | June 2014 - May 2014

Government, Public Administration and Defence

To manage the education, training and development for policing in accordance with relevant regulatory framework within management, leadership and international development component


Educator/Teacher | Department of Education | Government of South Africa
Polokwane, South Africa | 1992 - 1996

Government, Public Administration and Defence

Present learning material to learners
Prepare learners for assessment
Design assessment tool and assess learners
Give feedback to learners and manager

Educational history

Secondary

Manoshi High School (1985)

Tertiary

UNISA

Pretoria, South Africa | January 2013 - December 2014

Forensic and Investigative Auditing - Auditing, Investigation and Reporting

Module 1 Fraud Prevention
The purpose of this module is to teach skills to formulate appropriate strategies for the prevention of fraud.


Motivating the need for fraud prevention
Theoretical background (professional associations, etc.)
Definitions of economic crime
Corporate governance (PFMA)
Fraud risk assessment
Rolling of internal control in fraud prevention
Fraud prevention strategies
Fraud prevention policies
Managing human resources
Fraud auditing

Module 2 Fraud Detection
The purpose of this module is to teach skills to formulate appropriate strategies for the detection of fraud.


Identifying fraud
Legal definitions and elements of offences
Practical examples
Red flags
Fraud detection strategies
Information technology
Reporting lines (Whistle Blowers Act, etc.)
Auditing - surprise audits, internal and external
Theoretical and legal issues pertaining to fraud detection
Response to fraud
Evidentiary issues

Module 3 Fraud Investigation
The purpose of this module is to teach skills in planning and execution of fraud investigations.


Theoretical and legal issues pertaining to fraud investigations
Multi disciplinary approach to fraud investigations
General legal issues
Forensic auditing process
Planning fraud investigations
Preliminary investigation
Execution phase (interviews, documentary evidence, etc.)
Remedies and testimony (disciplinary, criminal and civil)
Follow-up

Module 4 Forensic and Investigative Audit Reporting
The purpose of this module is to teach skills in writing reports on fraud, using the professional and academic conventions and formats appropriately.


Types of reporting
Reporting to Management
Reporting to Board/Audit committee
Disciplinary action
Litigation support
Criminal process
Follow up and remedial action

UNISA

Pretoria, South Africa | June 2012 - September 2012

Short Course in Human Resource Hiring Practices - Human Resource management

HIRING AND RECRUITMENT PRACTICES

University of Pretoria South Africa

Pretoria, South Africa | March 2011 - May 2011

Short Course in Project Management in Principles and Practices - Project Management

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND
PRACTICES

UNISA

Pretoria, South Africa | June 2010 - January 2011

Course in Strategic Management - Business Management

STRATEGIC PLANNING
STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION

UNISA

Pretoria, South Africa | June 2009 - June 2010

Course in Basics of Quality Management - Business Management

HUMAN COMPONENTS OF AND THE TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
QUALITY SYSTEMS AND TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION

University of South Africa/Universiteit van Suid-Afrika

2004 - 2006

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) - Police Practice

University of Limpopo

1997 - 1997

Higher Education Diploma Postgraduate. - Secondary Education and Teaching

University of Limpopo

1987 - 1992

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Education

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