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Conference programme                             2

Conference speakers                              5

Introducing the NPA Strategy 2020               12

The NPA in conversation with its stakeholders   13

Transforming the NPA                            16

Strategic projects of the NPA                   18

The leadership of the NPA                       21

NPA Organogram                                  26

Important information                           28

Map of conference venue sites on location       29

                                                                             The NPA Stakeholder Conference 2007
                                                                                                                        28-30 March 2007

                                                                                                                         Day 1 – Wednesday, 28 March 2007

                                                                                          TIME         DURATION                      DESCRIPTION                                    PRESENTER

                                                                                     07:00 - 09:00     120 Min       Registration and Refreshments

                                                                                     09:00 - 09:15      15 Min       Welcome                                         Adv Vusi Pikoli, National Director of Public
                                                                                     09:15 - 10:00      45 Min       Opening Address and Overview of the                                       ,
                                                                                                                                                                     Ms Brigitte Mabandla MP Minister of
                                                                                                                     strategy of the Department of Justice and       Justice and Constitutional Development
                                                                                                                     Constitutional Development
                                                                                                                           National Prosecuting Authority Strategy 2020
                                                                                     10:00 - 10:15      15 Min       Introducing the NPA Strategy 2020 and           Adv Vusi Pikoli, National Director of Public
                                                                                                                     context                                         Prosecutions

                                                                                     10:15 - 10:45      30 Min       Overview of NPA Strategy 2020 and the             Ms Mariaan van Kaam, Executive
                                                                                                                     Serurubele Transformation Programme               Manager: Strategy & Risk
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                                                                                     10:50 - 11:10      20 Min       Refreshments
                                                                                     11:10 - 13:00      60 Min       The NPA Strategy 2020 at work:
                                                                                                            30 Min   The work of the National Prosecutions Service Adv Mokotedi Mpshe, Head of the
                                                                                                                                                                       National Prosecutions Service
                                                                                                            30 Min   The work of the NPA’s specialist services         Mr Willie Hofmeyr, Head of the Asset
                                                                                                                                                                       Forfeiture Unit
                                                                                                        40 Min       Highlighting three strategic initiative projects:
                                                                                                            10 Min   Brief overview of the NPA’s strategic initiatives Ms Karen van Rensburg, Deputy Director
                                                                                                                     portfolio                                         of Public Prosecutions
                                                                                                            10 Min   Case backlogs                                     Mr Pieter du Rand, Chief Director: Court
                                                                                                                                                                       Services, Department of Justice and
                                                                                                                                                                       Constitutional Development
                                                                                                            10 Min   Community prosecution and restorative             Adv Shamila Batohi, Director of Public
                                                                                                                     justice                                           Prosecutions
                                                                                                            10 Min   Customer and operations management                Adv Sibongile Mzinyathi, Director of
                                                                                                                                                                       Public Prosecutions
                                                                                                        10 Min       Questions
                                                                                     13:00 - 14:00      60 Min       Lunch
                                                                                     14:00 - 14:45      45 Min       Crime challenges and Criminal Justice             Mr Charles Leacock QC, Director of
                                                                                                                     response: An International and African            Public Prosecutions, Barbados
                                                                                     14:45 - 15:30      45 Min       The new struggle for freedom: the economic                         ,
                                                                                                                                                                     Mr Trevor Manuel MP Minister of Finance
                                                                                                                     front in the face of crime
                                                                                     15:30 - 16:10      40 Min       Crime trends in SA                              Dr Johan Burger, Senior Researcher
                                                                                                                                                                     – Crime Justice Programme: Institute for
                                                                                                                                                                     Security Studies (ISS)
                                                                                     16:10 - 17:00      50 Min       Open discussion & Closing
                                                                                     17:00 - 18:00      60 Min       Pre-dinner drinks
                                                                                     18:00 for 18:30   210 Min       Gala Dinner

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                                     Day 2 – Thursday, 29 March 2007

     TIME         DURATION                     DESCRIPTION                                     PRESENTER

08:30 - 09:00       30 Min     Refreshments
09:00 - 09:15       15 Min     Recap of Day 1                                   Programme Director
09:15 - 10:15       60 Min     • Overview of the SAPS strategy                  Commissioner André Pruis, Deputy
                               • Challenges and plans for 2010                  National Commissioner, South African
                                                                                Police Service
10:20 - 10:40       20 Min     Refreshments
10:45 -11:30        45 Min     The environment in which crime is thriving:     Mr Craig Schwabe, Director: Knowledge
                               South Africa’s socio-demographic profile,       Systems, Human Sciences Research
                               future trends and implications for the Criminal Council
                               Justice System
11:30 - 12:15       45 Min     The justice and healing process: victim to       Father Michael Lapsley, Director: Healing
                               survivor - support and restoration               of Memories
12:15 - 12:30       15 Min     Contextualisation for breakaways                 Adv Vusi Pikoli, National Director of Public
12:30 - 13:30       60 Min     Lunch
                                                   Breakaway Groups
                    These facilitated sessions will explore practical avenues and road maps for action.
  Group 1     The NPA’s role in building a broader morality to reduce crime: Good Citizenship
13:30 - 16:30 This session will explore avenues on how the NPA should contribute to building a broader morality to help
              reduce crime levels and increase the effectiveness of the Criminal Justice System.

  Group 2     The NPA’s role in crime prevention
13:30 - 16:30 This session will explore the role the NPA should play in broader crime prevention initiatives on the formal
              and social crime prevention fronts. An approach to, and viability of, community prosecution in South
              Africa will also be work shopped.
  Group 3     The NPA’s role in strengthening criminal investigations
13:30 - 16:30 This session will explore the role the NPA should play in assisting to strengthen criminal investigations.
  Group 4     The NPA’s role in resolving victimisation justly, efficiently and effectively
13:30 - 16:30 This session will explore what the NPA should do to improve the prosecution of cases, the crime types
              the NPA should focus on and alternative mechanisms of resolving victimisation and dispute resolution.

   Group 5     The NPA’s role in building confidence in the Criminal Justice System
 13:30 - 16:30 This session will explore what the NPA should do to deal better with its customers, especially victims of
               crime and witnesses, and how the NPA should contribute to building confidence in the Criminal Justice
16:30 - 20:00 Networking cocktail

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                                                                                                                         Day 3 – Friday, 30 March 2007

                                                                                         TIME        DURATION                     DESCRIPTION                                       PRESENTER

                                                                                    08:30 - 08:50      20 Min    Refreshments
                                                                                    09:00 - 09:15      15 Min    Recap of Day 2                                     Programme Director
                                                                                    09:15 - 12:00     165 Min    Feedback from groups
                                                                                                      (30 Min
                                                                                             Group 1             The NPA’s role in building a broader morality to reduce crime: Good Citizenship
                                                                                           09:15 - 09:45
                                                                                             Group 2             The NPA’s role in crime prevention
                                                                                           09:45 - 10:15
                                                                                             Group 3             The NPA’s role in strengthening criminal investigations
                                                                                           10:15 - 10:45
                                                                                    10:45 - 11:00 15 Min         Refreshments
                                                                                              Group 4            The NPA’s role in resolving victimisation justly, efficiently and effectively
                                                                                            11:00 - 11:30
                                                                                              Group 5            The NPA’s role in building confidence in the Criminal Justice System
                                                                                            11:30 - 12:00
                                                                                    12:00 - 13:00       60min    Open Discussion
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                                                                                    13:00 - 13:15       15 Min   Closing and vote of thanks                         Adv Vusi Pikoli, National Director of Public
                                                                                    13:15 - 14:00      45 Min    Lunch

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Conference speakers
     Ms Brigitte Sylvia Mabandla, MP
     Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development

     Minister Mabandla obtained a LLB degree from the University of Zambia in 1979.
     She started her career as Youth Co-ordinator of the Institute of Race Relations,
     Durban. She also initiated the concept of open and winter school, thus enabling
     children from all racial groups to interact and participate in educational programmes.
     (1974 – 1975) Minister Mabandla was a Lecturer of Law and English at the
     Botswana Polytechnic (1981 – 1983) and Lecturer of Commercial Law at the
     Botswana Institute of Administration and Commerce (1983 - 1986). In 1986 she
     was appointed Legal Advisor of the ANC Lusaka Legal and Constitutional Affairs
     Department, a post which she held up until 1990. Thereafter she became a
     member of the ANC’s Constitutional Committee and negotiating team (1990
     - 1994). She was also a founder Member of the National Committee for the
     Rights of the Child (NCRC) and Convenor of the NCRC Legal Committee which
     submitted the clause on children’s rights as well as a Founder and Co-ordinator of
     research projects on women’s and children’s rights at the Community Law Centre
     of the University of the Western Cape. She co-ordinated a gender project on the
     promotion of women’s rights and research on women’s constitutional rights. She
     is also a founder member of the Women’s Coalition as a facilitator in the early
     stages of popularising the concept of a coalition and worked closely with Non
     Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and experts in human rights, minority rights,
     childrens’ rights, disabled people’s rights and in particular women’s rights. She also
     worked with the Global Network for the Advancement of Women’s Human Rights,
     in preparation for the 1993 Vienna Conference on the United Nations (UN) Charter
     Collaboration with the UN Division for the Advancement of Women. She undertook
     a 10-day study trip to study the UN Agenda for the Advancement of Women in
     1990. She participated at the UN meeting of experts for the Development of a
     Global Human Rights Education Programme in Bratislava, Yugoslavia in 1992.
     Minister Mabandla is currently member of the National Committee for the Rights
     of Children (NCRC), member of the Community-Based Development Programme
     (CBDP), member of the Grassroots Early Childhood Education Project and member
     of the Community Peace Foundation. She was formerly the Deputy Minister of Arts,
     Culture, Science and Technology of the Republic of South Africa (18 April 1995
     - 25 February 2003) and Minister of Housing of the Republic South Africa (26
     February 2003 - 28 April 2004).

     Adv. Vusi Pikoli
     National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP)
     Head: National Prosecuting Authority (NPA)
     Adv. Vusumzi Patrick Pikoli holds the degrees: BA (Law), LLB and LLM. He was
     admitted as advocate to the Supreme Court of South Africa in 1995. Adv. Pikoli
     was Special Advisor to the Minister of Justice from 1994 – 1997, where after he
     was appointed as Deputy Director-General: Human Resources in the Department
     of Justice and Constitutional Development. He was promoted to Director-General
     of DoJ&CD in December 1999 and remained there until January 2005. Other
     highlights in the career of Adv. Pikoli include: Rappoteur in the Ani-Corruption
     Conference in the Public Sector. Rappoteur in the African Regional Preparation
     Meeting in Kampala for the Tenth UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Treatment
     of Offenders, held in Vienna in 2000 and presenting a report of the proceedings
     of the four days. Chaired a special plenary session of the ninth UN Congress
     on Crime Prevention and Treatment of Offenders. Represented the Minister of
     Justice, Dr AM Omar and delivered a paper in the International Legal Conference

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                                                                                                         at Notre Dame Law School Indiana, USA in 1997. Currently, National Director
                                                                                                         of Public Prosecutions (NPA), which comprises of various Business Units, such as
                                                                                                         the National Prosecutions Service (NPS), Directorate of Special Operations (DSO
                                                                                                         - Scorpions), Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU), Sexual Offences and Community Affairs
                                                                                                         (SOCA) and National Special Services Division.

                                                                                                         Mariaan van Kaam
                                                                                                         Executive Manager: Strategy & Risk (NPA)
                                                                                                         Mariaan van Kaam joined the NPA in September 2004 to take up the position
                                                                                                         of Executive Manager: Strategy & Risk. She leads the NPA’s Transformation
                                                                                                         Programme, tasked with delivering transformation design solutions for Governance,
                                                                                                         Delivery and Resourcing. Mariaan holds a BA Communications degree (UOFS)
                                                                                                         and a National Higher Education Diploma (RAU). She obtained her MBA from
                                                                                                         the University of Pretoria in September 2000 with a thesis on the prevention of
                                                                                                         intra–organisational criminality. Mariaan did consultation work to corporates and
                                                                                                         government departments across the board during 1991 to 2004, heading up her
                                                                                                         own consultancy, M*Com Corporate Consulting. She rendered research assistance
                                                                                                         to the King II Review Committee and presented papers on the subject of intra-
                                                                                                         organisational criminality and governance at various conferences and seminars.
                                                                                                         She is a member of the Public Relations Institute of South Africa (PRISA) and the
                                                                                                         Southern African Communication Association (SACOMM). She is an Accredited
                                                                                                         Public Relations Practitioner (APR) - the highest professional recognition to be
                                                                                                         attained in the public relations arena.
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                                                                                                         Adv. Mokotedi Mpshe
                                                                                                         Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions (DNDPP)
                                                                                                         Head: National Prosecutions Service (NPS)
                                                                                                         Adv. Mokotedi Mpshe SC, Head of the National Prosecutions Service (NPS) and
                                                                                                         Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions, exudes warmth, confidence and
                                                                                                         a sense of purpose. Adv. Mpshe was appointed to his position by President Thabo
                                                                                                         Mbeki at the beginning of April 2006, following the retirement of Adv. Jan Henning
                                                                                                         SC. Prior to his appointment, Adv. Mpshe was the DPP responsible for Pretoria,
                                                                                                         Mpumalanga and Limpopo. With his appointment as Head of the NPS, Adv. Mpshe’s
                                                                                                         responsibility has grown from managing three provinces to managing all the provinces
                                                                                                         nationally.Since his appointment he has visited all the provinces to meet with the
                                                                                                         respective DPP’s, the Judge President, the Commissioners of Police and Correctional
                                                                                                         Services, and the Chief Magistrate in each province. The reason for doing this was
                                                                                                         to meet all the stakeholders on board in terms of the 2020 Strategy. Adv. Mpshe
                                                                                                         aims to deal with the administration of justice as effectively as possible for the people
                                                                                                         of South Africa.

                                                                                                         Mr Willie Hofmeyr
                                                                                                         Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions (DNDPP)
                                                                                                         Head: Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU)
                                                                                                         Willie Hofmeyr is one of the four Deputy National Directors of Public Prosecutions
                                                                                                         in the National Prosecuting Authority. In this capacity he heads the Asset Forfeiture
                                                                                                         Unit (established in May 1999) that aims to ensure that crime does not pay. It has
                                                                                                         the power to seize assets that are the proceeds of crime or that have been used to
                                                                                                         commit crime. In five years the AFU has initiated nearly 550 cases involving assets
                                                                                                         worth over R700 million. Hofmeyr was also appointed as head of the independent
                                                                                                         Special Investigating Unit (SIU) in August 2001 after the Constitutional Court found
                                                                                                         that judge Heath could not head the unit. The SIU has the power to investigate
                                                                                                         corruption, and to use civil litigation to prevent or recover losses to the state arising

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from corruption or mal-administration. Previously Hofmeyr served as a Member
of Parliament for the African National Congress from 1994 to 1999, where he
served on the Justice Committee. He played a key role in the drafting a number
of anti-crime laws. He was also deeply involved in the negotiations for the final
Constitution adopted in 1996, particularly in the chapters dealing with the Bill of
Rights and the judiciary. Prior to 1994, Hofmeyr worked as a human rights lawyer
in Cape Town. He first became involved in the democratic movement in the 1970’s,
first in the union movement, and later in the United Democratic Front and the
African National Congress. He was restricted, banned and detained without trial on
a number of occasions.

Adv. Karen van Rensburg
Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions (DDPP)
Thought Leader – Delivery (Serurubele)
Karen has 21 years experience in the NPA. She has a B. Iuris and LLB from the
University of South Africa and more recently a MBA from Rhodes University. She
has prosecuted in various magistrates courts and practiced as an advocate in the
Witwatersrand Local Division. She then moved into management as a senior public
prosecutor in a number of magistrates courts across the country. In 2001 she
became the regional head of the DSO (Scorpions) in the Eastern Cape where she
set up the office. After obtaining her MBA she was transferred to Head Office and
returned to the National Prosecutions Service. She was seconded in 2004 to the
national transformation programme of the NPA. She currently heads the Delivery
team and is responsible as a Thought Leader for the coordination of the strategic
initiatives in the NPA.

Adv. Pieter Du Rand
Chief Director: Court Services, Department of Justice and Constitutional Development
Adv. du Rand holds a BProc Degree and LLB Degree and is admitted as Advocate
of the High Court of South Africa. He joined the Department of Justice in 1977.
He functioned as the Department’s Chief Liaison Officer, and spokesperson for
the Minister and Director-General of Justice, from 1992 - July 1997. He was
the Acting Head of the Gauteng Justice Regional Office in Johannesburg from 1
September 1997 - 30 September 1998 and again during 2006. Since October
1998, he was entrusted with the responsibilities relating to Court Management and
overseeing Directorates dealing with Court Management, Court Information and
the Department’s Operations Room, the Inspectorate, the Chief Family Advocate’s
Office and Children and Youth affairs. From 2003 to 2005 he acted as Programme
Manager dealing with Specialised Services and the Promotion of the Rights of
Vulnerable Groups. From 2005 he dealt with Court Performance and since 2006
with Programme Coordination and Court Support Services. He represents the
department on various committees, such as JOINTS in relation to the JCPS, Chair
Intersectoral Committees – e.g. regarding case backlog reduction and represents
DOJCD on the Legal Aid Board. He also delivered various papers on court aspects,
family law matters and restorative justice at various conferences/workshops and
seminars and has published articles in a variety of publications.

Adv. Shamila Batohi
Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Natal Provincial Division (Pietermaritzburg)
Adv. Batohi holds a BA Law degree (1980) and LLB (1982). She was admitted as
an attorney in 1985 and joined the Department of Justice as a prosecutor in 1986 at
the Chatsworth Magistrate’s Court where she worked as a Senior Public Prosecutor
(1990 – 1992). In 1992 she was appointed Junior State Advocate to the Office
of the Attorney-General in Durban and was promoted to Senior State Advocate

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                                                                                                         (1995). She was seconded to the Ministry of Safety and Security, attached to the
                                                                                                         Investigation Task Unit that was set up to investigate allegations of hit squad and
                                                                                                         3rd force activities in KZN prior to 1994. In 1998, she was the first person of colour
                                                                                                         and the only woman to be appointed DDPP in KZN, where she was involved in
                                                                                                         several high profile cases. In November 2000, she was appointed Regional Head
                                                                                                         of the DSO (KZN) and was appointed Provincial DPP in April 2002 – 1st woman
                                                                                                         Provincial DPP Adv. Batohi received the following awards: “Woman Achiever of
                                                                                                         the Year 2000” from Department of Justice: KZN, an award from the “Advice Desk
                                                                                                         for the Abused” in recognition of contribution towards raising awareness of the
                                                                                                         rights of women and the scourge of domestic violence in our country, a Prestige
                                                                                                         award from RCP Media as one of 10 inspirational women of 2000 in SA, the
                                                                                                         Mababongwe “Women of the African Renaissance” award from the old University
                                                                                                         of Durban Westville. She serves on the Boards of NICRO, Business Against Crime
                                                                                                         and on the National Council for Correctional Services, which is an advisory council
                                                                                                         to the Minister of Correctional Services.

                                                                                                         Adv. Sibongile Mzinyathi
                                                                                                         Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Transvaal Provincial Division (Pretoria)
                                                                                                         Adv Mzinyathi is the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) for the Transvaal
                                                                                                         Provincial Division of the High Court of South Africa (TPD) based in Pretoria. Prior
                                                                                                         to his appointment to the TPD in July 2006, he was the DPP for the Northern Cape
                                                                                                         Division based in Kimberley since 2004. In 2003 he was the project manager of
                                                                                                         the Joint Anti-corruption Task Team in the Eastern Cape, an inter-departmental
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                                                                                                         intervention to address backlogs in the investigations and prosecutions of fraud and
                                                                                                         corruption cases. He has more than twenty one years of working experience in the
                                                                                                         administration of justice, having worked as a public prosecutor in the lower courts,
                                                                                                         as a District Court Magistrate, as a Senior State Advocate and Deputy Director
                                                                                                         of Public Prosecutions in the Scorpions. He is responsible for the Customer Care
                                                                                                         Project of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) Strategy 2020. Adv Mzinyathi
                                                                                                         holds B Iuris and LLB degrees from the University of Transkei, an LLM degree
                                                                                                         from the University of Cape Town and the Executive Development Programme
                                                                                                         qualification from the UNISA School of Business Leadership.

                                                                                                         Mr Charles Leacock QC
                                                                                                         Director of Public Prosecutions, Barbados
                                                                                                         Charles Clifton Leacock holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) (Hons) (1981) and
                                                                                                         Master of Laws (LL.M.) (1993) in Criminal Justice. He was admitted to the Bar of
                                                                                                         Trinidad & Tobago on 23rd November, 1983. Thereafter he worked for the Office
                                                                                                         of the State Attorney in Dominica. In 1984 he was appointed as a prosecutor in
                                                                                                         Barbados and in March 1997 appointed as Director of Public Prosecutions. In June
                                                                                                         2001 he was recognised as Queens Counsel. In 2004 he was elected as a Member
                                                                                                         of the Executive Committee of the International Association of Prosecutors. He
                                                                                                         has attended a number of international conferences and seminars and presented
                                                                                                         papers on a variety of topics such as the Globalization of Crime, Money laundering,
                                                                                                         and Investigating and Prosecuting Cyber Crimes.

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Mr Trevor Manuel, MP
Minister of Finance

Mr Manuel was born on 31 January 1956, grew up in Kensington, Cape Town and
matriculated from Harold Cressy High School. He completed a National Diploma in
Civil and Structural Engineering at the Peninsula Technikon and studied law during
his many periods of detention.

Mr Manuel entered public life in 1981, being elected soon thereafter as Regional
Secretary and a National Executive Member of the United Democratic Front (UDF),
a broad anti-apartheid coalition. For these activities he was repeatedly detained
without trial, or placed under house arrest between 1985 and February 1990,
spending a total of thirty-five months in detention. In 1991 Mr Manuel was elected
to the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress (ANC) and
appointed head of the Department of Economic Planning, thereby being responsible
for the shaping of ANC Economic Policy. Mr Manuel was elected a Member of
Parliament in South Africa’s first democratic elections, and in May 1994, he was
appointed Minister of Trade and Industry. He was appointed Minister of Finance
in April 1996.

In 1994 Mr Manuel was selected by the World Economic Forum as a “Global
Leader for Tomorrow”, appointed to the Advisory Committee of the UN Initiative for
Trade Efficiency, and awarded the Africa Prize by the German Africa Foundation. In
1997 Minister Manuel was named Euromoney’s “African Finance Minister of the
Year”. In September 2000, he served as Chairman of the Board of Governors of
the International Monetary Fund during the annual meetings in Prague. In February
2001 he was inducted as a member of the South African Academy of Engineering,
and awarded an honourary doctorate [Doctor in Commerce (D.Comm), honoris
causa], by Stellenbosch University in December 2001. On 13 March 2002 he had
an honourary doctorate conferred upon him by the University of the Western Cape
[Doctor of Commerce (honoris causa), and on 16 March 2002 he was awarded
an honourary doctorate [Doctor of Technology (honoris causa)] by the Peninsula
Technikon. On 15 November 2002, he was awarded an honourary doctorate
[Doctor of Technology (honoris causa)] by Technikon SA, and on 2 April 2003, he
was awarded an honourary doctorate [Doctor of Economics (honoris causa)] by
the University of Natal. On Thursday 4 September 2003, Mr Manuel was awarded
an honorary doctorate, the Doctor Technologiae, Honoris Causa by the Technikon
Free State.

In his capacity as Minister of Finance, Mr Manuel serves as a Governor on the
Board of the World Bank Group, the African Development Bank Group and the
Development Bank of Southern Africa, and is also Chairman of the World Bank
Development Committee. He served as the Chairman of the Southern African
Development Community Finance and Investment Sector until early 2004. In
January 2002 he was appointed Special Envoy of the United Nations Secretary-
General for the United Nations Conference on Financing for Development, which
was held from 18 – 22 March 2002, in Monterrey, Mexico.

Dr Johan Burger
Senior Researcher, Crime and Justice Programme (ISS)
Dr Burger was appointed to the Tshwane (Pretoria) office of the Institute of Security
Studies (ISS) in August 2006 as a Senior Researcher in the Crime and Justice
Programme. He served in the South African Police Service for 36 years, the last
nine years as an Assistant Commissioner and Head of Operational Coordination at
police head office in Pretoria. In May 2004 he took early retirement from the police
to join the Tshwane University of Technology as a Senior Lecturer in Policing. Johan
holds a B Iuris, BA (Hons) in Strategic Studies, MA (Strategic Studies) and a D
Tech in Policing and has, in addition, completed a number of training / development
courses both in South Africa and abroad.

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                                                                                                          Comm André Pruis
                                                                                                          National Commissioner, SAPS
                                                                                                          André Pruis is Deputy National Commissioner of the South African Police Service
                                                                                                          responsible for Operations. The Division Visible Policing resorts directly under his
                                                                                                          He is also the Chairperson of the Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure
                                                                                                          (JOINTS), a coordinating mechanism between various Departments responsible for
                                                                                                          the coordinated implementation of the priorities crime reduction, organised crime,
                                                                                                          security and major events as contained in Governments Programme of Action.

                                                                                                          Fr. Michael Lapsley, S.S.M.
                                                                                                          Director: Institute for Healing of Memories
                                                                                                          Father Alan Micheal Lapsley was born in 1949 in Hastings, New Zealand. He began
                                                                                                          his training as an Anglican Priest in 1967 in Adelaide, Australia and was ordained
                                                                                                          a priest in 1973. In Sept. 1973 he was transferred to Durban in South Africa. As
                                                                                                          well as pursuing full-time university studies at the University of Natal, he assisted
                                                                                                          and subsequently became chaplain to two black and one white university campus
                                                                                                          in Durban. Thereafter he was elected National Chaplain of Anglican Students at the
                                                                                                          time of the Soweto uprising in 1976. In Sept. 1976 Fr. Michael’s student permit
                                                                                                          was withdrawn. He was then expelled from South Africa during his third year of
                                                                                                          undergraduate studies at the University of Natal, Durban and then lived outside
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                                                                                                          the borders of South Africa until 1992. During 1976 – 1983 in exile he completed
                                                                                                          his BA at the National University of Lesotho and also attained a Post-Graduate
                                                                                                          Certificate of Education with distinction.

                                                                                                          During the time in Lesotho, Michael joined the African National Congress of South
                                                                                                          Africa and for many years also functioned as a chaplain of the ANC. During 1983
                                                                                                          to 1992 he lived in Zimbabwe, initially reading for a Masters in Religious Studies
                                                                                                          at the University of Zimbabwe. From 1985 to 1986 after completing his master’s
                                                                                                          thesis Michael became a parish priest in a very large African township. He then
                                                                                                          worked as a theological consultant and co-ordinated an ecumenical programme of
                                                                                                          popular education about apartheid and destabilisation under the auspices of the
                                                                                                          Lutheran World Federation from 1987 to 1990.

                                                                                                          In April 1990 Fr. Michael was sent a letter bomb by the then South African
                                                                                                          Government, one week after returning from a visit to Canada and Cuba. In the
                                                                                                          explosion he lost both his hands, an eye and his ear-drums were shattered
                                                                                                          among other injuries. He spent one month in hospital in Harare and six months
                                                                                                          in two Australian hospitals. The New Zealand New Year’s Honours List in 1991
                                                                                                          announced that Michael had been awarded the Queen’s Service Medal (QSM)
                                                                                                          for service to the community in the countries of Southern Africa. He returned to
                                                                                                          live in South Africa in February 1992 and became Director of the Ecumenical
                                                                                                          Theology Exchange Program. He was re-elected as Chaplain by the Anglican
                                                                                                          Student Federation of the Church of the Province of Southern Africa to the same
                                                                                                          post held in 1976. In 1993 he became one of the first two employees and was
                                                                                                          appointed Chaplain to the Trauma Centre for Victims of Violence and Torture in
                                                                                                          Cape Town, a post he held until the end of July 1998. Thereafter he became
                                                                                                          a visiting Professor in Democracy at the New School for Social Research, New
                                                                                                          York, and Chairperson of the President’s Fund for Victims of Terrorism. Since then
                                                                                                          until presently he is Director of the Institute for Healing of Memories and Visiting
                                                                                                          Professor – Department of Sociology at Manhattanville College in Purchase, New
                                                                                                          York. Fr. Michael has played a major role in developing a model that assists faith
                                                                                                          communities in the process of healing the psychological, emotional and spiritual
                                                                                                          wounds of the apartheid years.

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Mr Craig Schwabe
Director: Geographic Information Systems Centre, HSRC
Craig Schwabe is the director of the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Centre
(GIS) in the Knowledge Systems (KS) research programme of the Human Sciences
Research Council. He has a BSc degree from the University of KwaZulu-Natal,
and a diploma in business management. As director of the GIS Centre, he focuses
on the development of spatial information and its effective application in decision
making. His responsibilities also include keeping the Centre abreast of GIS-
related developments in terms of theory, system development, spatial information,
applications, software and new innovations. The Centre provides specialist and
up-to-date information, knowledge and skills in especially the socio-economic and
development fields of GIS.

Craig manages projects that are undertaken in the GIS Centre and regularly
participates in research projects and the development of GIS databases. Recent
GIS-related projects in which he has been involved include the development of a
Food Insecurity and Vulnerability Information Management System (FIVIMS) for the
Department of Agriculture and the World Food Programme (WFP), the conducting
of a Citizen Report Card Survey in Tshwane metro for the World Bank and the
cataloguing of fundamental geospatial datasets for Africa that is being conducted
under the auspices of the Mapping Africa for Africa (MAFA) initiative of the United
Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA). Recently he has also advised
the institutions like South African Revenue Service (SARS) on the optimised location
of their services.

The development of demographic estimates at a localised level, poverty indicators
and economic indicators (e.g. GGP) are some of the more recent databases that
he has assisted in developing. Craig specialises in the use of GIS to spatially
display and analyse information for use in decision-making including information
gathered from field surveys. To accomplish this, he uses a variety of techniques
including small area estimation techniques and accessibility modelling. Presently,
he is pioneering the use of a technique that he calls ‘circle point thematics’ that
is a qualitative method of interpreting the results from household surveys. He is
also pioneering the use of Google Earth in representing spatial information and
developing information products to use in disseminating spatial information to the
general public.

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                                                                                     Introducing the NPA
                                                                                     Strategy 2020
                                                                                     The NPA chose its engagement with stakeholders         team culminated in the NPA Strategy 2020,
                                                                                     during the Stakeholder Conference 2007 as the          which was adopted by the National Management
                                                                                     ideal opportunity to proudly launch its first long-    Meeting in February 2006. It consists of the
                                                                                     term strategy, the NPA Strategy 2020. With this        following pieces of pioneering work in the NPA:
                                                                                     Strategy, the NPA is repositioning itself to prepare   •   NPA Strategy 2020
                                                                                     for the demands of society, crime and prosecution
                                                                                                                                            • NPA Strategic Governance Plan 2020
                                                                                     trends, and to be more responsive and flexible
                                                                                     in its strategic and operational approach. In          • NPA Strategic Delivery Plan 2020
                                                                                     developing the Strategy, the NPA considered the        • NPA Strategic Resourcing Plan 2020
                                                                                     broader environment, the international arena,          • Facilitating business unit annual planning
                                                                                     the challenges posed by escalating crime and its         sessions for 2006/07 to commence
                                                                                     impact on citizens. The Strategy also explores           implementation of the Strategy 2020
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                                                                                     the role the NPA should play in a developmental,       • Communication plan for Strategy 2020.
                                                                                     constitutional state such as South Africa.
                                                                                                                                            An executive summary of the NPA Strategy 2020
                                                                                     One of the most important achievements of the          is included in the conference pack, and gives an
                                                                                     NPA’s Serurubele Transformation Programme, the         overview of the major elements of the Strategy.
                                                                                     NPA’s new Strategy 2020 is the organisation’s
                                                                                     first fully developed and documented long-term         The NPA Strategy 2020 sets the NPA on its course
                                                                                     strategy, thinking over a period of 15 years and       to contribute to developing the South African
                                                                                     setting principled guidance for the organisation up    economy, social development, building civic
                                                                                     to the year 2020. It is named Strategy 2020,           morality, reducing crime and building confidence
                                                                                     reflecting its future-orientation and the 15-year      in the Criminal Justice System by means of joint
                                                                                     horizon during which the Strategy will be executed     problem-solving and cooperation with partners
                                                                                     to realise the NPA’s vision by the year 2020:          and other stakeholders.

                                                                                                    NPA Vision 2020                         This Stakeholder Conference 2020 was crafted
                                                                                                                                            around the NPA Strategy 2020’s vision statement
                                                                                     Justice in our society so that people can              as theme, with the aim to report back to
                                                                                             live in freedom and security                   stakeholders on the work of the NPA, to launch the
                                                                                                                                            NPA Strategy 2020, to engage with stakeholders
                                                                                                                                            on practical action proposals to further the
                                                                                     The strategy development process started in            implementation of the NPA Strategy 2020, and
                                                                                     September 2005 and commenced with the                  to identify the role the NPA can and should play
                                                                                     appointment of a fully representative Strategy         in supporting its partners and stakeholders in
                                                                                     Team across all business units. The work of this       achieving their objectives.

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The NPA in conversation
with its stakeholders
In his foreword to this Stakeholder Conference        In following a more inclusive approach and
Programme, the National Director of Public            acknowledging its interdependency, the NPA
Prosecutions (NDPP), Adv Vusi Pikoli, highlights      segments its stakeholders as:
that one of the fundamental building blocks of the    •   Customers
NPA Strategy 2020 is stakeholder engagement.              o Customer roles
With the Stakeholder Conference 2007, the NPA                o Those vulnerable to crime
                                                             o Victims
aims to build on the stakeholder engagement
                                                             o State witnesses
sessions conducted in 2005 – without exception,
                                                          o Customer sub-segments
all stakeholder groups were positive about
                                                             o Individuals
the initiative and looked forward to continued               o Communities
engagement with the NPA.                                     o Industries and Institutions
                                                             o The State
                                                             o Other States
During the 2005 engagement, the NPA embarked
on formal discussions with its stakeholders to        •   Civil Society, including:
inform the development of its strategic direction,        o NGO’s and CBOs
through conducting a series of 15 stakeholder             o The media
work sessions, themed: Conversations with                 o Youth organisations
Stakeholders. The aim was to gain insight in the          o Faith-based organisations
perceptions, needs, wants and expectations of             o Educational institutions
the various role-players within the stakeholder           o Sports bodies
environment. At the same time it provided                 o The public and private sector
an opportunity to the NPA to share the NPA’s              o The general public
role, mandate and information regarding the           •   Employees, including:
Transformation Programme. The outcomes were               o NPA employees
favourable in terms of attendance, participation,         o Organised labour
sharing of ideas and input. The engagement                o Professional bodies
yielded important information which was taken         •   Governors, including:
into account during the organisation’s strategic          o The Presidency
planning.                                                 o Parliament
                                                          o The JCPS Cluster
Adv Pikoli in his foreword aptly summarises the           o Department of Justice and Constitutional
NPA’s intent with the Stakeholder Conference                 Development
2007: “The NPA is building on this first engagement       o Department of Public Service and
(2005) by hosting the NPA Stakeholder Conference
2007. Our aim with this conference is to look at          o National Treasury
the context and environment in which we operate,      •   Accused, including:
introduce our Strategy 2020 to you, and report            o Suspects
back on the work done by the NPA, our highlights          o Accused
and the challenges we face. We also want to               o Offenders
engage with our stakeholders to unpack practical      •   Partners, including:
action proposals to further the implementation of         o Partners in the Criminal Justice System
our Strategy 2020, and to identify the role the NPA       o Partners from the stakeholder
can and should play in supporting our partners
                                                      •   Suppliers
and stakeholders in achieving their objectives.”
                                                          o The resourcing suppliers of the NPA.

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                                                                                     Conversations with                                      Feedback per stakeholder group
                                                                                     Stakeholders 2005                                       The specific feedback per stakeholder grouping
                                                                                                                                             included the following:
                                                                                     Major findings
                                                                                                                                             •   The business community believes that the NPA
                                                                                     The major findings of the NPA’s Conversations               needs to play a much more significant role in
                                                                                     with Stakeholders sessions conducted during July            managing perceptions of safety and security.
                                                                                     and August 2005 included the following:                     The NPA should address crime in townships
                                                                                                                                                 and previously disadvantaged communities
                                                                                     •   Groups identified the need for: a single point          to encourage new business ventures in these
                                                                                         of contact with the CJS; better access to the           areas. Business was keen to partner with the
                                                                                         NPA with clear channels of communication                NPA in investigations and litigations.
                                                                                         in order to obtain information if and when
                                                                                         necessary; clarification on the roles and duties    •   In order to fund projects Donors need assurance
                                                                                         of the various components in the CJS and                of sustainability of projects.
                                                                                         specifically the NPA; and improved support          •   Educational institutions and Statutory
                                                                                         services for the victims of crime.                      bodies advocated that knowledge decreases
                                                                                     •   Concerns were raised about protection of                vulnerability; the more people know, the less
                                                                                         witnesses, especially those that are not in the         vulnerable they are - this resonated with the
                                                                                         formalised witness protection programme.                responses from all the other groups, that
                                                                                                                                                 education and awareness regarding the right
                                                                                     •   There was a general call to prosecute swiftly           choices and law-abiding behaviour is needed
                                                                                         and effectively. Groups raised the lack of              at a community level. Members of communities
                                                                                         prosecution of petty crimes, often in the               need to understand and take to heart that
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                                                                                         context of the need for more community                  all have the responsibility of preventing
                                                                                         courts as alternative ways of dealing with petty        crime. This starts with community members
                                                                                         crimes. The overall quality of prosecutions             becoming involved in their communities. The
                                                                                         was raised as problematic as well as the need           NPA should assist victims to move from a
                                                                                         for specialised prosecutions with improved              victim status to that of volunteers in the fight
                                                                                         training and salaries for prosecutors. A call was       against crime. Further to this, they believe the
                                                                                         made for the NPA to strengthen its specialist           NPA should explore the notion of restorative
                                                                                         prosecuting ability by sector, industry and             justice. Where possible, victims should be
                                                                                         crime type.                                             given a choice, be compensated and relations
                                                                                     •   Most groups wanted to work with or in                   restored, and where applicable, alternatives
                                                                                         partnership with the NPA.                               to imprisonment be considered. Community
                                                                                                                                                 sentencing should be used more often and
                                                                                     •   Groups suggested innovative ways of                     other options explored, e.g. civil action, if
                                                                                         dealing with the low reporting of crime, and            complainants simply want their money back.
                                                                                         the possibility of telephonic reporting was
                                                                                         mentioned. The opinion was that the justice         •   Organised labour emphasised and strongly
                                                                                         system has to reach out to its customers                supported the NPA’s objective of becoming an
                                                                                         instead of just expecting them to come to               employer of choice.
                                                                                         it. A help-line should be explored and more         •   Faith-based organisations raised great concern
                                                                                         information and guidance is required at the             regarding the high levels of corruption in the
                                                                                         time of reporting a crime. Conditions that              CJS and what the NPA is doing to combat
                                                                                         encourage reporting should be created, e.g.             corruption. This group highlighted the fact
                                                                                         protect the rights of victims and make the              that limited resources means prioritisation,
                                                                                         process quick and easy.                                 therefore areas of great concern do not get
                                                                                     •   Generally, it was felt that the NPA should              priority – for instance, young people are very
                                                                                         focus on a community-based service, with a              vulnerable – both as potential victims and
                                                                                         particular focus on rural local governments.            potential perpetrators. Churches and other
                                                                                                                                                 faith-based organisations must assist the NPA
                                                                                     •   Low levels of trust and confidence in the               in driving civic morality. A request was put
                                                                                         CJS is a serious challenge. Groups felt that            to the NPA to explore the possibility of NPA
                                                                                         the NPA must build a capability to manage               presentation to the National Religious Leaders
                                                                                         stakeholder relations in a sustainable manner;          Forum and Moral Regeneration Movement.
                                                                                         and that the further stratification of partners
                                                                                         should be considered to allow for more specific     •   The Institutions work session was attended
                                                                                         interaction with partners. Such stratification          by a diverse group of institutions such as,
                                                                                         can be done, e.g. on the basis of the nature of         SABRIC, Council for Cultural and Language
                                                                                         the relationship.                                       Diversity, Film and Publications Board and a

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    number of parastatals such as the CSIR, the           also a call that there should be recognition that
    National Ports Authority and Eskom. This              not only individuals are the victims of crime,
    group indicated their belief that the NPA             but that communities are also victims of crime
    needed to increase contact and collaboration          and require support.
    with industries.
                                                      •   Partners supported the view (which came from
•   Media – this was not a well-attended workshop.        many groups) that alternative mechanisms
    Only six representatives, mostly from                 such as diversions, plea bargaining, restorative
    community-based media, attended out of an             justice options and asset forfeiture should
    invited list of 164 representatives. This group       be explored. Delegates emphasised that
    highlighted the notion that communities are           partners should be more involved in strategy
    the starting point to most any strategy as they       and business planning processes of the
    are the eyes and ears of CJS. They suggested          NPA, relationships with partners should be
    that the NPA uses community radio stations            formalised and the NPA must become more
    as a means to have closer relationships with          involved with partners at an operational level.
    disadvantaged communities. The NPA should
                                                      •   Other States – diplomats experienced low
    deal with leakages and not blame the media.
                                                          levels of feelings of safety. This group said
•   Professional bodies suggested that in order           that the prevention of crime is more important
    to overcome poor statement taking by police           than resolving crime after it occurred. The
    officials, witnesses should be allowed to write       NPA needs to address the retention of staff
    their own statements, assisted of course by           to prevent the exodus of knowledge and
    officials. Professional bodies can also assist        expertise. A request was put forward that the
    with specialised training. There was a strong         stakeholder relationship between the NPA and
    call in this body for the NPA to manage               other states be formalised with a memorandum
    perceptions better. This includes perceptions         of agreement.
    that the NPA manipulates the justice system
                                                      •   State and Governors – the role of the
    by choosing which cases to prosecute.
                                                          prosecutor should be to focus on the victim.
•   NGOs emphatically stated that non-cooperation         The NPA should sign agreements with partners
    between components in the CJS increases               to sustain collaboration. Governors strongly
    the vulnerability of the public. NGOs and             supported the notion that the NPA should play
    Community-based Organisations (CBOs) can              a role in crime prevention.
    and should assist government in monitoring
                                                      •   NPA employees strongly reiterated their duty to
    service delivery. Above all, NGOs can offer
                                                          give feedback on all cases. The NPA must take
    passion, commitment and skills. In general,
                                                          the lead in restoring the public’s confidence
    victims and witnesses need to be treated in a
                                                          in the CJS and encourage the public to report
    more humane fashion.
                                                          corrupt officials. Continuous training of all the
•   Suppliers held the view that justice must be          CJS officials is needed.
    more visible and that an African alternative
                                                      • NPA senior management committed to pursue
    to the adversarial legal system should be
                                                        good governance and to monitor compliance
    pursued. Specifically, this group wanted the
                                                        to laws, regulations and the NPA’s mission
    NPA to deal with late payments to suppliers
                                                        and vision. Further to this, the group felt that
    and to ensure accountability.
                                                        the NPA has to learn from its successes and
•   Youth strongly supported that victims should        failures.
    be at the centre of the CJS process. They said
    it appears as if perpetrators receive better
    treatment in the CJS in many instances. They      The feedback, as well as the extensive macro-
    advocated for more transparency regarding
                                                      and micro-situation analysis conducted by the
    the prioritisation of cases, as the perception
    persists that high-profile cases get more         NPA during 2005/06, formed the basis for the
    attention or are treated differently. There was   development of the NPA’s Strategy 2020.

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                                                                                     Transforming the NPA
                                                                                     Envisioned within the Constitution, a single          The Serurubele Transformation Programme is
                                                                                     National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) was              already making a visible impact in the NPA
                                                                                     created on 1 August 1998 to institute criminal        and is set to change the traditional approach
                                                                                     proceedings on behalf of the State and to carry out   in addressing crime management. Serurubele
                                                                                     functions incidental to such proceedings. Despite     consists of four distinct phases:
                                                                                     many successes since its establishment, the NPA
                                                                                     acknowledged that it still fell short of delivering
                                                                                     on its mandate and making a greater impact in         Mobilise Phase
                                                                                     society. Among others, the NPA was not making         The Mobilise Phase (November 2003 to August
                                                                                     an impact on crime and on efficacy of the Criminal    2004) entailed the gathering and positioning
                                                                                     Justice System.                                       of resources to undertake the transformation
                                                                                                                                           programme. It included the awarding of tenders
                                                                                     This highlighted the need for the NPA to develop      for the transformation programme and its project
                                                                                     a long-term strategy to become more outcomes-         management, as well as seconding NPA staff to
                                                                                     focused. The need to adapt and innovate to meet       the programme.
                                                                                     the challenges of a 21st century society and
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                                                                                     an organisation in a Constitutional, democratic
                                                                                     state served as a guiding principle. Thus, during     Understand Phase
                                                                                     2004 the NPA formally committed itself on the
                                                                                                                                           The Understand Phase (September 2004 to
                                                                                     road to fundamental change with the launch of
                                                                                                                                           August 2005) produced a comprehensive
                                                                                     an ambitious transformation programme: the
                                                                                                                                           assessment of the current state of the NPA, the
                                                                                     Serurubele Transformation Programme. It aims to
                                                                                                                                           Criminal Justice System and crime experienced in
                                                                                     improve the overall functioning of the NPA through
                                                                                                                                           the country. The assessment covered four areas,
                                                                                     solution design and implementation across the
                                                                                                                                           namely: the macro-environment, the micro-
                                                                                     areas of governance, delivery and resourcing.
                                                                                                                                           environment, the stakeholder environment, and
                                                                                                                                           the internal functioning of the NPA.
                                                                                     The name Serurubele, the Sesotho word for
                                                                                     Butterfly, was chosen to symbolise the kind
                                                                                     of constant change and agility required of
                                                                                                                                           Design Phases I and II
                                                                                     organisations in today’s fast-paced environment.
                                                                                                                                           The findings of the Understand Phase informed the
                                                                                     The programme aims to:
                                                                                                                                           Design Phases (Phase I - May 2005 to December
                                                                                     • Achieve optimal levels of governance.
                                                                                                                                           2006; Phase II – January– December 2007), which
                                                                                     •   Create a best-in-class customer management
                                                                                                                                           seeks to design solutions and plans to address the
                                                                                                                                           challenges identified in the Understand Phase.
                                                                                     •   Achieve optimal levels of cooperation with the
                                                                                                                                           Most organisations are concerned with being well
                                                                                         organisation’s partners in the Criminal Justice
                                                                                         System.                                           governed and managed, delivering services and
                                                                                                                                           providing/securing resources to support these two
                                                                                     •   Engineer organisational processes so that
                                                                                         they deliver excellent services to customer       functions. Likewise, the findings of the Understand
                                                                                         requirements.                                     Phase and challenges to be addressed could be
                                                                                                                                           categorised into these three broad areas. In order
                                                                                     •   Create a best-in-class operations management
                                                                                         capability.                                       to ensure the required focus on these areas during
                                                                                                                                           solution design, the Design Phase has been
                                                                                     •   Ensure that the management of people enables
                                                                                         the organisation to become an employer of         structured into three design streams:
                                                                                         choice.                                           •   Governance:    This   area   incorporates   all

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        governance-related aspects, including stakeholder analysis, strategy, macro-structure, governance and
        management standards, processes and methodology.
•       Delivery: Taking its queue from Governance, the area of Delivery will comprise all processes and
        systems aimed at service delivery to customers of the NPA: victims, complainants and witnesses.
•       Resourcing: This area will entail the design of all resources required to support Delivery and
        Governance, and typically includes people, facilities and technology.

Create Phase
The Create Phase is the final phase of the Transformation Programme, yet runs parallel to the Design Phase
(January 2006 – December 2008). Its purpose is to implement the plans created in the Design Phase in
order to achieve the objectives of transformation.

                TRANSFORMATION PROGRAMME ACHIEVEMENTS: 2005/6 – 2006/07
                                      Understand Phase (September 2004 to August 2005)
    The Understand Phase was finalised and its recommendations informed the developing of project plans for the two Design
    Phases of the Programme.
    The NPA’s first Crime and Criminal Justice public survey was completed. This work will assist in measuring the NPAs
    impact on society in terms of reducing crime, contributing to civic morality and increasing confidence in the Criminal
    Justice System. The Survey Report produces the findings and recommendations on the six areas surveyed:
    •     The experiences of freedom and security in South African and the NPA’s contribution to enhancing these.
    •     The culture of civic morality in South African and the NPA’s role in advancing civic morality in the country.
    •     Levels of public confidence in the Criminal Justice System and the NPA’s contribution to enhancing public
    •     The throughput of the Criminal Justice System in relation to levels of victimisation and the NPA’s role in reducing
          crime and victimisation.
    •     CJS Partner perspectives on the nature and extent of the NPA’s cooperation with the broader criminal justice
    •    An attempt to develop a model to estimate the size of the criminal economy in order to inform the NPA’s efforts to
         take the profit out of crime.
    The NPA’s first ever formal engagement with stakeholder groups across the board was conducted with great success. A
    stakeholder segmentation was completed to final draft and a draft customer services plan was developed.
                                            Design Phase I (May 2005 to March 2006)
    A set of 250 governance processes were designed to enhance governance in the NPA.
    A long-term strategy, the NPA Strategy 2020, was developed for the NPA, with supporting strategic plans for governance,
    delivery and resourcing. Strategic initiatives for 2006/07 and 2007/08 were identified based on the new Strategy of the
    A policy segmentation and a Policy on Policies was developed.
                                         Design Phase II (April 2006 – December 2007)
    Business unit annual plans were developed to implement the Strategy 2020 according to a standardised template that
    ensured horisontal and vertical integration.
    Enterprise risk management and enterprise performance management were enhanced.
    All priority delivery processes were designed and validated.
    Design of priority resourcing processes commenced, and included a significantly enhanced recruitment process.
    Work commenced on a macro-structure redesign for the NPA.
    Hosting of the NPA Stakeholder Conference 2007.
                                          Create Phase (April 2006 – December 2008)
    Execution of the NPA Strategy 2020 commenced.
    Designed priority governance, delivery and resourcing processes commenced roll-out to standardise and enhance
    governance, operations and service delivery to customers.
    Implementation of a new recruitment process for the NPA.
    Implementation of an automated procure-to-pay (P2P) process for the NPA.
    Roll-out of a set of 23 strategic projects launched to commence execution of the Strategy 2020.

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                                                                                     Strategic Projects of the
                                                                                     The NPA launched a set of strategic projects during the 2006/07 financial year.
                                                                                     These projects drive the execution of the NPA Strategy 2020 across the strategic
                                                                                     perspectives of Governance, Delivery and Resourcing. The NPA’s top management
                                                                                     lead the roll-out of the strategic projects as project owners. These projects and their
                                                                                     objectives are highlighted as follows:

                                                                                                                                              an opportunity to give inputs and a platform for
                                                                                                                                              experts and other dignitaries to share trends in the
                                                                                     Strategic Governance                                     crime and criminal justice environment.
                                                                                     Custodian: Ms Marion Sparg, Chief Executive              Project: Programme Management Office Build
                                                                                                                                              Project Owner: Adv Bradley Smith, Deputy
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                                                                                                                                              Director of Public Prosecutions
                                                                                     Project: Governance
                                                                                                                                              Project objective: The NPA launched this project
                                                                                     Project Owner: Mrs Mariaan van Kaam, Executive           to build a Programme Management Office (PMO).
                                                                                     Manager: Strategy & Risk                                 The PMO will enable and support the NPA to meet
                                                                                                                                              its mandate by translating strategy into tangible
                                                                                     Project objective: The concept of governance in the      projects, which are well executed and successfully
                                                                                     NPA is still new, though the importance thereof as       delivered in accordance within a defined PMO
                                                                                     a key strategic perspective is recognised in the NPA     governance framework.
                                                                                     Strategy 2020. The objective of the Governance
                                                                                     project is to entrench good governance principles and
                                                                                     practices in the NPA through the implementation of
                                                                                     management processes and systems.                        Strategic Delivery Initiatives
                                                                                                                                              Custodian:     Adv Vusumzi Pikoli, National
                                                                                     Project: NPA Strategy 2020                               Director of Public Prosecutions
                                                                                     Project Owner: Mrs Mariaan van Kaam,
                                                                                     Executive Manager: Strategy & Risk                       Project: Awaiting Trial Detainees (ATD)
                                                                                     Project objective: The NPA Strategy 2020 has been        Project Owner: Adv Charin de Beer SC, Director
                                                                                     developed, but requires successful implementation        of Public Prosecutions
                                                                                     to ensure that the organisation achieves its strategic
                                                                                     objectives. This project seeks to communicate the        Project objective: The NPA aims to contribute to the
                                                                                     strategy and build awareness, as well as monitor the     reduction in awaiting trial detainees by developing
                                                                                     implementation of the business unit annual plans.        guidelines for prosecutors. The focus of the project
                                                                                                                                              is on children awaiting trial, and will ensure that
                                                                                                                                              detention is used only in suitable circumstances.
                                                                                     Project: Stakeholder Conference 2007
                                                                                     Project Owner: Mrs Mariaan van Kaam,                     Project: Customer management
                                                                                     Executive Manager: Strategy & Risk
                                                                                                                                              Project Owner: Adv Sibongile Mzinyathi,
                                                                                     Project objective: The stakeholder conference            Director of Public Prosecutions
                                                                                     provides the NPA with an opportunity to interact
                                                                                     with stakeholders and improve relations. It provides     Project objective: Customer satisfaction and
                                                                                     a platform for the NPA to report on its strategy,        increased customer confidence is a key focus for the
                                                                                     objectives and service delivery, provides stakeholders   NPA. This project will explore avenues to enhance the

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NPA’s service offerings and customer management.        a maintenance management system and pilot it at
This will encourage customers to report on crime,       identified sites. Stakeholder buy-in and understanding
testify in court and become proactive in giving         regarding the prioritisation of maintenance matters
information and thereby enhancing prosecution and       and the management thereof is essential for the
dealing with crime. This will be done through joint     success of this project.
problem solving with identified partners.

                                                        Project: Operations management
Project: Prosecution-guided Investigation (PGI)
                                                        Project Owner: Adv Karen van Rensburg,
Project Owner: Adv Chris Jordaan SC, Head:              Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions
Special Commercial Crimes Unit
                                                        Project objective: This project will develop an
Project objective: This project will develop and        operations management methodology to enhance and
implement a PGI methodology to guide the NPA’s          manage service delivery by the NPA. This will include
application of prosecution-guided investigation.        the development of an operations management
With this approach, the NPA aims to work with the       system with a dashboard as a management tool for
SAPS and other stakeholders to ensure better crime      operational performance in the NPA.

                                                        Project: Process Design
Project: Case Backlogs
                                                        Project Owner: Adv Karen van Rensburg, Deputy
Project Owner: Adv Mokotedi Mpshe, Head:                Director of Public Prosecutions
National Prosecutions Service (NPS)
                                                        Project objective: The NPA aims to standardise
Project objective: Through this project the NPA works   and enhance its service delivery operations and is
with the Department of Justice and Constitutional       designing, documenting and implementing processes
Development, the Magistracy, the SAPS and the           based on a Delivery Model and the NPA Delivery
Legal Aid Board to reduce court backlogs by 20% by      Value Chain.
31 May 2007 in district, regional and high courts.
NPA statistics are used as a baseline in measuring
performance. The roll-out of the E-scheduler as a       Project: Optimal Capacity
tool to manage the backlogs is an essential part        Project Owner: Mr Willie Hofmeyr, Head: Asset
of the project. The project also seeks to achieve
                                                        Forfeiture Unit
greater court efficiency and effectiveness through
effective screening and case selection, optimised       Project objective: This project aims to develop
case flow management and by considering the use         a model to enable the NPA to forecast and
of alternative methods of dealing with the demand       determine the optimal capacity required to fulfil its
on courts and prosecutions services.                    Constitutional mandate effectively. The model will
                                                        provide for environmental changes and will provide
                                                        a costing basis for the NPA Strategy 2020.
Project: Case flow management
Project Owner: Adv Charin de Beer SC, Director          Project: Restorative Justice
of Public Prosecutions
                                                        Project Owner: Adv Shamila Batohi SC, Director
Project objective: This project is focused on
                                                        of Public Prosecutions
increasing effectiveness and efficiency through the
implementation of case-flow management in courts.       Project objective: Exploring its broader role in society
The NPA works closely with the Department of            and alternative justice solutions, the NPA aims to
Justice and Constitutional Development in rolling out   understand Restorative Justice in South Africa and
case-flow management to all courts, and enhancing       assess the feasibility of implementing Restorative
its implementation.                                     Justice in the mainstream delivery of NPA services.

Project: Maintenance Matters                            Project: Highly Complex Crimes

Project Owner: Adv Thoko Majokweni, Head:               Project Owner: Adv Leonard McCarthy, Head:
Sexual Offences and Community Affairs Unit              Directorate of Special Operations
Project objective: Aiming to deal more effectively      Project Objective: The DSO aims to enhance and
with maintenance matters, this project will develop     standardise its methodology to do highly complex

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                                                                                     investigations. This project will further look at the
                                                                                     successful implementation of the methodology to
                                                                                                                                               Strategic Resourcing
                                                                                     ensure that the DSO becomes a world-class crime-          Initiatives
                                                                                     fighting organisation.
                                                                                                                                               Custodian: Ms Marion Sparg, Chief Executive
                                                                                     Project: Community Prosecutions
                                                                                     Project Owner: Adv Shamila Batohi SC, Director            Project: Lower court resourcing
                                                                                     of Public Prosecutions
                                                                                                                                               Project Owner: Adv Mokotedi Mpshe SC, Head:
                                                                                     Project objective: The project seeks to narrow the        National Prosecutions Service
                                                                                     gap between the justice system and the community
                                                                                                                                               Project objective: The aim of this project is to
                                                                                     by taking full account of the community’s needs. The
                                                                                                                                               ensure that lower courts are resourced for improved
                                                                                     capacity of the organisation to become increasingly
                                                                                                                                               productivity, service delivery and increased staff
                                                                                     pro-active in crime prevention is explored by adopting
                                                                                                                                               morale. The project is being rolled out in conjunction
                                                                                     a problem- solving approach to dealing with crime,
                                                                                                                                               with the Department of Justice and Constitutional
                                                                                     as well as through the use of alternative and varied
                                                                                     law enforcement mechanisms.

                                                                                     Project: Increased Accessibility                          Project: Employer of Choice

                                                                                     Project Owner: Adv Humphrey Lusu, Director of             Project Owner: Adv Johan Smit SC, Director of
                                                                                     Public Prosecutions                                       Public Prosecutions
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                                                                                                                                               Project objective: The project is aimed at developing
                                                                                     Project objective: Seeking to enhance its accessibility
                                                                                                                                               and maintaining the NPA to become an employer of
                                                                                     to partners and customers, the NPA is exploring a
                                                                                                                                               choice. This will enable the NPA to attract, develop
                                                                                     24/7 availability model, including the impact thereof,
                                                                                                                                               and retain the skilled and talented employees required
                                                                                     the legal and other requirements. Stakeholder needs
                                                                                                                                               to achieve its strategic objectives.
                                                                                     and constraints will be considered before options are
                                                                                     considered and implemented.
                                                                                                                                               Project: Resourcing Operations Implementation
                                                                                     Project: 2010                                             Project Owner: Ms Beryl Simelane, Deputy Chief
                                                                                     Project Owner: Adv Mokotedi Mpshe SC, Head:               Executive Officer
                                                                                     National Prosecutions Service                             Project objective:      The NPA is enhancing its
                                                                                                                                               corporate services component as well as its strategic
                                                                                     Project objective: This project aims to ensure that
                                                                                                                                               resourcing managed through reengineered processes,
                                                                                     the NPA is ready and capable of dealing with the
                                                                                                                                               systems development and resourcing operations
                                                                                     prosecutions demand related to the 2010 Soccer
                                                                                                                                               management, to ensure the effective and efficient
                                                                                     World Cup events. The NPA’s 2010 readiness is
                                                                                                                                               resourcing of the NPA. The primary focus areas of
                                                                                     intricately dependant on the Department of Justice
                                                                                                                                               the project implementation include: human resource
                                                                                     and Constitutional Development’s functions and
                                                                                                                                               management, finance and supply chain management,
                                                                                     vice versa, and thus the project is managed as a
                                                                                                                                               resourcing    information    management,       policy
                                                                                     joint initiative and integrates with the broader 2010
                                                                                                                                               development and optimised operational coordination
                                                                                                                                               with operational units.

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The leadership of the NPA
NPA Head Office: Tel: 012 845 6000
                Adv Vusumzi Pikoli                                      Ms Marion Sparg
                National Director of Public                             Chief Executive Officer
                Prosecutions                                            Tel: 012 845 6000
                Head: National Prosecuting                              Fax: 012 843 3003
                Authority (NPA)                                         Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
                Tel: 012 845 6000                                       Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM                          E-mail:
                Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                E-mail:                              Ms Beryl Simelane
                                                                        Deputy Chief Executive Officer
                Adv Mokotedi Mpshe                                      Tel: 012 845 6000
                Deputy National Director of Public
                Prosecutions                                            Fax: 012 804 6353
                Head: National Prosecutions                             Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
                Service (NPS)                                           Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                Tel: 012 845 6000                                       E-mail:
                Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM                          Adv Kalyani Pillay
                Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                                                                        Special Director: Office of the NDPP
                                                                        Tel: 012 845 6749
                Mr Willie Hofmeyr                                       Fax: 012 843 2749
                Deputy National Director of Public                      Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
                Prosecutions                                            Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                Head: Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU)                       E-mail:
                Tel: 012 845 6696
                                                                        Adv Anton Ackermann
                Fax: 012 804 7335
                                                                        Special Director: Priority Crimes
                Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM                          Litigation Unit (PCLU)
                Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                                                                        Tel: 012 845 6473
                                                                        Fax: 012 845 6337
                Adv Leonard McCarthy                                    Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
                Deputy National Director of Public                      Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                Prosecutions                                            E-mail:
                Head: Directorate of Special
                                                                        Adv Thoko Majokweni
                Operations (DSO) (Scorpions)
                                                                        Special Director: Sexual Offences
                Tel: 012 845 6422
                                                                        and Community Affairs (SOCA)
                Fax: 012 845 7130
                                                                        Tel: 012 845 6000
                Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
                                                                        Address: 123 Westlake Ave,
                Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                                                                        VGM Building, Weavind Park,
                E-mail:                            Silverton
                Dr Silas Ramaite                                        E-mail:
                Deputy National Director of Public
                                                                        Adv Chris Jordaan
                Prosecutions (DNDPP)
                                                                        Special Director: Special
                Head: National Special Services
                                                                        Commercial Crimes Unit (SCCU)
                Division (SOCA, WPU, PCLU,
                SCCU)                                                   Tel: 012 401 0439
                Tel: 012 845 6000                                       Fax: 012 322 9204
                Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM                          Address: 7th Floor Mineralia/
                Building, Weavind Park, Silverton                       Sinodale Building, 228 Visagie
                                                                        Street, Pretoria

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                                                                                                         Adv Dawood Adam                        Mr Charley Cain
                                                                                                         Special Director: Witness              Executive Manager: Human
                                                                                                         Protection Programme (WPU)             Resources Management &
                                                                                                         Tel: 012 8456000                       Development (HRM&D)
                                                                                                         Fax: 012 8047241                       Tel: 012 845 6170
                                                                                                         Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM         Fax: 012 843 2170
                                                                                                         Building, Weavind Park, Silverton      Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
                                                                                                         E-mail:              Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                                                                                                         Adv Thanda Mngwengwe
                                                                                                         Investigating Director, Head of        Ms Bulelwa Makeke
                                                                                                         Operations: DSO                        Executive Manager: Communication
                                                                                                         Tel: 012 845 6470                      Tel: 012 845 6145
                                                                                                         Fax: 012 804 4314                      Fax: 012 845 7356
                                                                                                         Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM         Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
                                                                                                         Building, Weavind Park, Silverton      Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                                                                                                         E-mail:         E-mail:

                                                                                                         Adv Nhlanhla Ngidi                     Ms Dipuo Mvelase
                                                                                                         Divisional Head: Crime Analysis        Executive Manager: Integrity
                                                                                                         Division (DSO)                         Management Unit
                                                                                                         Tel: 012 845 6401                      Tel: 012 845 6101
                                                                                                         Fax: 012 843 2401                      Fax: 012 843 2101
                                                                                                         Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM         Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
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                                                                                                         Building, Weavind Park, Silverton      Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                                                                                                         E-mail:            E-mail:

                                                                                                         Adv John Welch                         Mr Walther Rhoode
                                                                                                         Divisional Head: Operational           Executive Manager: Security & Risk
                                                                                                         Support, (DSO)                         Management
                                                                                                         Tel: 012 845 6480                      Tel: 012 845 6785
                                                                                                         Fax: 012 843 2520                      Fax: 012 804 1278/
                                                                                                         Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM              012 843 2632
                                                                                                         Building, Weavind Park, Silverton      Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
                                                                                                         E-mail:             Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                                                                                                         Mr Brian Graham
                                                                                                         Acting Chief Financial Officer: NPA    Adv Marnus Steyn
                                                                                                         Chief Financial Officer: DSO           Acting Executive Manager:
                                                                                                                                                Information Management Services
                                                                                                         Tel: 012 845 7041                      Centre (IMSC)
                                                                                                         Fax: 012 853 3041                      Tel: 012 845 6000
                                                                                                         Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM         Addresss: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
                                                                                                         Building, Weavind Park, Silverton      Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                                                                                                         Ms Mariaan van Kaam
                                                                                                                                                Adv Gerhard Nel
                                                                                                         Executive Manager: Strategy & Risk
                                                                                                                                                Deputy Director of Public
                                                                                                         Acting Executive Manager:              Prosecutions: Office of the NDPP
                                                                                                         Research and Policy Information
                                                                                                                                                Tel: 012 845 6747
                                                                                                         Unit (R&PI), Programme Director:
                                                                                                         Serurubele Transformation              Fax: 012 843 2747
                                                                                                         Programme                              Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
                                                                                                         Tel: 012 349 6600                      Building, Weavind Park, Silverton
                                                                                                         Fax: 012 349 6666                      E-mail:
                                                                                                         Address: Planburo Consilium Building
                                                                                                         38 De Havilland Crescent Persequor
                                                                                                         Technopark , Persequor, Pretoria

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NPA Gauteng

              Adv Charin de Beer SC                                       Adv Clive Pillay
              Director of Public Prosecutions                             Acting Regional Head: AFU,
              Witwatersrand Local Division                                Johannesburg
              Tel: 011 220 4122                                           Tel: 011 220 4046
              Fax: 011 333 0402                                           Fax: 011 220 4067
              Address: Room 1035, High                                    Address: Jhb High Court, 11th
              Court Building, Pritchard Str                               Floor, C/o Pritchard & Kruis st,
              Johannesburg                                                Jhb 2001
              E-mail:                                  E-mail:

              Adv Sibongile Mzinyathi
              Director of Public Prosecutions
              Transvaal Provincial Division
                                                    NPA KwaZulu-Natal
              Tel: 012 351 6700
              Fax: 012 321 8176                                           Adv Shamila Batohi
              Address: 28 Church Square, Pretoria                         Director of Public Prosecutions
                                                                          Natal Provincial Division,
              Adv Gerhard Nel                                             Tel: 033 845 4405
              Regional Head: DSO                                          Fax: 033 394 6891
              Tel: 012 842 1403                                           Address: 301 Church St, High Court
              Fax: 012 804 8481                                           Bldg, 3rd Floor, Pietermaritzburg
              Address: DSO Gauteng, Promat                                E-mail:
              Building, Creswell Street Weavind
                                                                          Adv Monty Moodley
                                                                          Regional Head: AFU
                                                                          Tel: 031 334 5300
              Adv Andrew Chauke                                           Fax: 031 307 3993
              Regional Head: SCCU,
                                                                          Address: 12th Floor, Southern life
                                                                          Building, 88 Field Street, Durban
              Tel: 011 224 7500
              Fax: 011 224 7535
              Address: 64 Eloff Street,                                   Adv Lawrence Mrwebi
              Specialised Commercial Crime                                Regional Head: DSO
              Court, Johannesburg                                         Tel: 031 334 5004
              E-mail:                                 Fax: 031 301 1343
              Adv Glynnis Breytenbach                                     Address: Southern Life Building,
                                                                          88 Field Street Durban 4000
              Acting Regional Head: SCCU,
              Pretoria                                                    E-mail:
              Tel: 012 401 0425                                           Adv. Hansraj Cheetan Lal
              Fax: 012 322 9204                                           Regional Head: SCCU
              Address: 7th Floor Mineralia/                               Tel: 031 335 6600
              Sinodale Building, 228 Visagie
              Street, Pretoria                                            Fax: 031 332 8582
              E-mail:                             Address: 5th Floor, Johnross
                                                                          House, Johnson Lane, Victoria
              Adv Richard Chinner                                         Embankment, Durban
              Regional Head: AFU, Pretoria                                E-mail:
              Tel: 012 845 6736
              Fax: 012 804 7330
              Address: 123 Westlake Ave, VGM
              Building, Weavind Park, Silverton

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                                                                                     NPA Eastern Cape                                            NPA Mpumalanga & Limpopo

                                                                                                          Adv Lungi Mahlati SC                                Adv Sibongile Mzinyathi
                                                                                                          Director of Public Prosecutions                     Director of Public Prosecutions
                                                                                                          Eastern Cape Division                               Transvaal Provincial Division
                                                                                                          Tel: 046 602 3000 and                               Tel: 012 351 6700
                                                                                                               041 502 1417                                   Tel: 012 321 8176
                                                                                                          Fax: 046 602 3062 and                               Address: 28 Church Square,
                                                                                                                041 5021437                                   Pretoria
                                                                                                          Address: 94 High St,                                E-mail:
                                                                                                          Grahamstown and 1 Trinder
                                                                                                          Square, Port Elizabeth                              Adv Nicola Nel
                                                                                                          E-mail:                        Far North Region: AFU, Nelspruit
                                                                                                          Adv Humphrey Lusu                                   Tel: 013 752 1740
                                                                                                          Director of Public Prosecutions                     Fax: 013 752 7651
                                                                                                          Transkei Division                                   Address: 4th Floor, Sanlam
                                                                                                          Tel: 047 501 2655                                   Building, 25 Samora Machel
                                                                                                          Fax: O47 501 2653                                   Street, Nelspruit
                                                                                                          Address: NPA House (Formerly                        E-mail:
                                                                                                          Broadcast House), Sisson Street,
                                                                                                          Fort Gale, Mthatha.
                                                                                                          Tel: 084 260 8562
                                                                                                                                                 NPA Western Cape
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                                                                                                          Adv William Kingsley                                Adv Rodney de Kock
                                                                                                          Regional Head: AFU                                  Director of Public Prosecutions
                                                                                                          Tel: 041 502 5701                                   Western Cape Provincial Division
                                                                                                          Fax: 041 582 2894                                   Tel: 021 487 7000
                                                                                                          Address: Pagdens Building, 5                        Fax: 021 424 7825
                                                                                                          Bird Street, Central, Port Elizabeth                Address: 115 Buitengracht Street,
                                                                                                          E-mail:                        Cape Town

                                                                                                          Adv TC Goosen                                       E-mail:
                                                                                                          Reginal Head: SCCU                                  Adv Hermione Cronje
                                                                                                          Tel: 041 408 8800                                   Regional Head: AFU
                                                                                                          Fax: 041 408 8818                                   Tel: 021 487 7084
                                                                                                          Address: 3rd Floor, Woolhouse                       Fax: 012 487 7083
                                                                                                          Building, 18 Grahamstown Road                       Address: NPA Building, 115
                                                                                                          North End, Port Elizabeth                           Buitengracht Street, 2nd Floor,
                                                                                                          E-mail:                         Cape Town, 8001
                                                                                                          Adv Vangeli Vabaza                                  E-mail:
                                                                                                          Acting Regional Head: DSO                           Adv Adrian Mopp
                                                                                                          Tel: 043 702 4000                                   Regional Head: DSO
                                                                                                          Fax: 043 722 3617                                   Tel: 021 487 7162
                                                                                                          Address: Nr 17 Fleet Street, Old                    Fax: 021 487 7270
                                                                                                          Spoornet Building, Quigney, East                    Address: 115 Buitencraght Street
                                                                                                          London                                              NPA Building, Cape Town 8000
                                                                                                          E-mail:                         E-mail:

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NPA Free State                                      NPA North-West

                 Adv André du Toit                                           Adv Johan Smit S.C.
                 Acting Director of Public                                   Director of Public Prosecutions
                 Prosecutions, Orange Free State                             Bophuthatswana Division
                                                                             Tel: 018 3819002
                 Tel: 051 410 6000
                                                                             Fax: 018 381 9033
                 Fax: 051 448 2671
                                                                             Address: Cnr Main & Robinson
                 Address: Waterfall Centre,                                  Street, Mafikeng, 2745
                 C/o Aliwal and St Andrew Str,
                 Bloemfontein                                                E-mail:


                 Adv Johan Roothman                 The Potchefstroom/Klerksdorp area resort under Adv
                 Acting Regional Head: DSO          Sibongile Mzinyathi, Director of Public Prosecutions,
                 Tel: 051 410 4300                  Transvaal Provincial Division
                 Fax: 051 410 4332
                 Address: Unisa Building, 161
                 Zastron Str, Bloemfontein
                 (Acting from 1/04/2007)

                 Adv Alnicia Davey
                 Regional Head: SCCU
                 Tel: 051 410 6066
                 Fax: 051 410 6064
                 Address: 2nd Floor, Waterfall
                 Building, Cnr Aliwal & St Andrew

NPA Northern Cape

                 Adv Ivy Thenga
                 Director of Public Prosecutions
                 Northern Cape Division
                 Tel: 053 807 4500
                 Fax: 053 832 9434
                 Address: no. 22 Fabricia Str.
                 Wilcon House, Kimberley

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                                                                                     NPA organogram
                                                                                                                                                                    Vusumzi Pikoli

                                                                                                                                              Special Director
                                                                                                                                                     K Pillay

                                                                                            Head: DSO Head                             Head: NPS                     Head: AFU
                                                                                              L McCarthy                                M Mpshe                      W Hofmeyr

                                                                                             Head: Gauteng                      DPP Johannesburg                 Head: Johannesburg
                                                                                                 G Nel                              C de Beer                      C Pillay (Acting)

                                                                                          Head: KwaZulu-Natal                      DPP Pretoria                  Head: Western Cape
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                                                                                               L Mrwebi                             S Mzinyathi                       H Cronje

                                                                                          Head: Eastern Cape                     DPP Cape Town                   Head: KwaZulu-Natal
                                                                                           V Vabaza (Acting)                       R de Kock                         M Moodley

                                                                                          Head: Western Cape                     DPP Mmabatho                      Head: Pretoria
                                                                                                A Mopp                               J Smit                          R Chinner

                                                                                            Head: Free State                    DPP Grahamstown
                                                                                              J Roothman                                                         Head: Eastern Cape
                                                                                         (Acting from 01/04/2007)
                                                                                                                                    L Mahlati                       W Kingsley

                                                                                                                                DPP Bloemfontein
                                                                                                                                A du Toit (Acting)

                                                                                                                                   DPP Mthatha
                                                                                                                                     H Lusu

                                                                                                                                   DPP Durban
                                                                                                                                    S Batohi

                                                                                                                                  DPP Kimberley
                                                                                                                                    I Thenga
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Head: NSSD           Chief Executive Officer
 M Ramaite                  M Sparg

Head: SOCA                               Deputy CEO/CS Head
T Majokweni                                  B Simelane

Head: WPU           Head: IMU                           Head: Human Resources
 D Adam             D Mvelase                                   C Cain

              Chief Financial Officer
                                                           Head: Information
Head: SCCU      B Graham (Acting)
 C Jordaan                                                  M Steyn (Acting)
              Head: Communications
                    B Makeke
                                                          Head: Security & Risk
Head: PCLU                                                   Management
A Ackerman    Head: Strategy & Risk                            W Rhoode
                  M van Kaam

                                                        Head: Research & Policy
                                                          M van Kaam (Acting)

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                                                        2 5
                                               BALLROOM                   ENTRANCE
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                         ESTATE CENTRE

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4   COCKTAIL FUNCTIONS                                  8   GALA DINNER

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