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PSA Board

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Lufuno Mulaudzi - President
Lufuno Jean Pierre Mulaudzi was born on 2 July 1971 at Queensdale Farm, Waterpoort, Limpopo. He matriculated in 1991 from the Nngweni High School, Limpopo. Mr Mulaudzi obtained a BA Degree at the University of Venda in 1997. In 2000 he obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Museum and Heritage Studies at the University of the Western Cape and in 2008 he obtained his MA degree in Heritage Studies at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Currently he is about to submit his Doctor of Philosophy in History thesis at the University of Pretoria. In 2000 he worked as an Intern at the Schoemansdal Museum and in 2004 he joined Ndima Community Services as a community Liaison Officer, where he coordinated community projects and assisted the community. In 2006 he commenced his career in the Public Service as Archivist and later in 2008 he was appointed Principal Archivist for the Department Arts and Culture.When he joined the PSA in 2006, he served as a Shop Steward. Mr Mulaudzi was elected as Chairperson of National Archives and currently he is the Vice-Chairperson of Departmental Bargaining Chamber after serving as Chairperson for two years until he stepped down in August 2016 and he is currently serving as a PSA Department of Arts and Culture, Chairperson. He is also a Financial Officer of the University of Venda Gauteng Alumni Chapter.Mr Mulaudzi is assertive, confident, motivated and hard working. Enjoys challenges, which lead towards the successful completion of any project. He also held various leadership positions: in 1990 SRC President at Mudimeli High School, 1991 SRC Additional Member at Nngweni High School and SRC Candidate for University of Venda from 1995 to 1996, in 2002 Campus Lodge Residence Chairperson and ANCYL Secretary - Wits University. In 2004/05, Mr Mulaudzi was Vice-Chairperson of ANC Mapungubwe Branch in Limpopo.He was elected as Director to serve on the Board of Directors of the PSA on 19 September 2016.
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Cebo Mtwini - Vice-President
Cebo Mntwini was born on 26 June 1972 at Engcobo district, Eastern Cape Province. He matriculated in 1993 at St. Francis High School in Cape Town, Western Cape Province. Cebo Mntwini obtained the following Tertiary qualifications: National Diploma (Public Management and Administration}, in 1997, from Cape Technikon, now known as Cape Peninsula University of Technology.His career in the Public Service began in 1999 when he joined the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) as Financial Admin Officer. In 2005 he was transferred to the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR) as Senior Admin Officer. the position he holds to date. He also serves on the following committees/boards:(i) DRDLR Departmental Policy Task Team committee.(ii) DRDLR Departmental Bursary committee.(iii) DRDLR Departmental Job Evaluation committee.(iv) DRDLR Departmental Skills Development committee.Cebo Mntwini has been a member of the PSA since April 2007. He served as a shopsteward of the PSA Dept of Rural Development and Land Reform branch from 2008 and shortly thereafter became Gauteng Provincial Chairperson, 2008 - 2017. He eventually became National Branch Chairperson from 201 7.He is currently serving in PSA structures as both Gauteng Provincial and National Branch Chairperson for PSA Dept Rural Development and Land Reform. His PSA activities include attending to members internal grievances; Departmental Bargaining Chamber (DSC) meetings; representing members at conciliation, mediation and arbitration (CCMA and GPSSBC); attending PSA members disciplinary hearings at different government departments; taking leadership role in all struggles & challenges members experience against the Employer; arranging and organizing Recruitment Drive so as to create PSA visibility and increase PSA membership; advising. educating and guiding PSA members on all Labour Relations issues; representing the PSA at The Departmental awareness campaigns e.g Anti-corruption etc. PSA representative in Departmental Organizational Change Management Forum and other management meetings.
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Pierre Snyman - Chairperson
Pierre Snyman was born in George in the heart of the Garden Route on 12 February 1973. He matriculated at Outeniqua Academic High School in 1990 in George before joining the Department of Correctional Services (DCS). He completed his training in 1991 and was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 1993. The DCS demilitarised in 1996 and Pierre was promoted to Correctional Officer I in the same year.He referred an unfair labour practise for arbitration in 2004 and after a long Labour Court review, the DCS was instructed by the Court to promote him to Senior Correctional Officer (Captain) backdated to 2004, which is also his current rank. This court case has since been used in numerous PSA promotion disputes as case law to the advantage of PSA members. Pierre completed post-matric promotional subjects in the Diploma DCS Management at Unisa in 2001. He gained experience in Finance, Logistics and Social Reintegration and is currently the most-experience representative in the roving Parole Board, Southern Cape.The PSA was introduced to the DCS in 1994, prompting Pierre to join. He immediately got involved in PSA structures. In 1994 he embarked on a go-slow for nine months forcing the DCS to recognise his rights to participate in union activities. The same year, Pierre was elected as PSA Vice-Chairperson in Mossel Bay. He was also representative to the meeting where the first PSA Provincial Structure was established in 1994. He was the Regional PSA Chairperson for DCS from 1995 to 1999 and also a member of the previous PSA Regional Branch Southern Cape. Since then he was the Provincial Chairperson of PSA DCS Branch and from 2005, Chairperson of DCS National Branch. In 2009 he was re-elected as National Chairperson. Pierre acts as negotiator in the Bargaining Chamber and represents more than 10 500 members in the National Chamber, one of the largest PSA Branches represented in a Departmental Chamber.
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Mosala Seelama - Vice-Chairperson
Mosala Seelamo was born on 28th December 1973 at SchweizerReneke, lpelegeng Location. He matriculated in 1991 at lpelegeng High school in Schweizer Reneke lpelegeng.He completed the following Tertiary qualifications:BSc degree (Applied Maths, Stats and Operations Research} at University of the North (UNIN) in 1995Postgraduate Diploma Management (Purchasing & Materials} at University of Cape Town UCTI in 2000He is currently not studying, but attends a number of short courses as part of his capacity building.In science degree, particularly Statistics, he developed analytical and problem-solving skills. ln management courses he got an overview of the general management processes considering current trends in the South African context. In Corporate Finance and Commercial Law courses he managed to get an insight Into how the accounting, courts and legal entities operate.The university course in Information Systems and his previous part-time job as Student Navigator at UCT, assisting students to search the Internet and use web-based information, is the testimony of his computer proficiency. He has also, through Stats SA Human Capacity Development (HCD) attended the following short courses: SAS programming 1; Applied Analytics using SAS; SAS(R) Programming 2: Data Manipulation Techniques; Economic Indicators; Public Relations and Statistics ( convened and facilitated by lnWent,Gemiany); SADC Survey Methods course (convened and facilitated by Westat, USA}; Unicentre Service Desk Analyst Operations (ComputerAssociates, Sunninghill); Change Management (Pretoria university), and Urban & Regional Management Analysis ( convened and facilitated by Stellenbosch University). Through these courses his data analysis and research skills were enhanced.His career in the Public Service began in 2002 when he joined Statistics South Africa department as Assistant Statistical Officer. In 2004 he was appointed as Economic Statistician and promoted again in 2007 to be Business Register Analyst. In Jan 2008 he became the Senior Business Register Analyst. In August 2008 he was appointed Deputy Director: Principal Survey Statistician, position he holds to date. He also served on the following committees/boards:- Stats SA Training Committee member (2013 to July 2015.}, Stats SA Internal Transfer and Secondment Committee member (2012 to Date), Stats SA Bursary Committee member (2013 to 2016), Laerskool Kwaggasrand 5GB member (2016 to Date).Mosala joined the PSA just few months after his appointment in public service. He has been a : member of the PSA since 2003. He served as a branch secretary of the Statistics South Africa branch from􀅂 to July 2010. From July 2010 ta May 2019 he served as a branch chairperson of the Stats SA. As the branch chairperson of the Stats SA (Head Office) his PSA activities included but not limited to:- Active participation in Departmental Bargaining Chamber (DBC) activities; - DBC vice-chairperson from 2010-2011; - DBC Pension Redress Task Team: 2010-2012; - OHS (Air Quality} Task Team chairperson Sept/Oct 2018; - Represent PSA in forums wherein and whenever employer extends invitation to PSA; Assist PSA LRO in preparing arbitration cases of the members; - Assist the members with internal grievances and complaints; - Arrange members meetings; - On-going PSA information distribution (e.g lnformuses) to members through email; - Recruit new members. - Since he became the chairperson, the PSA Stats SA branch membership increased from 750+ to 1450+.
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Anadele Coetzee - Director
Anadele Yolande Coetzee was born on 8 April 1968 in Graaff-Reinet, a Karoo town in the Eastern Cape. She matriculated in 1986 at the Secondary School Atlantis in the Western Cape. She moved to Namibia with her husband in 1989 where after she, in 1990, assisted with the teaching of pupils at the Oranjezicht Secondary School in Keimoes.In 1991 she started work at the Western Cape Regional Council (now Cape Metropolitan Council) as a finance official in the Town Administration Department until December 1993 when she moved to Johannesburg with her husband after he got transferred by the Defence Force.Her career in the Public Service began in 1994 when she joined the Department of Defence as a Personnel Clerk at Group 42 and then 21 Battalion in Lenz.She was transferred to Upington where she worked at 8 SA Infantry Battalion and later at Group 23 as a Human Resources Clerk.She was promoted to a Principal Personnel Officer in 2004 and in 2007 got involved in the closing-down process of the commando units and the Group Headquarters.She waspromoted to Personnel Officer and has been assisting with HR audits since the closing down of the commandos and some other units in the Northern Cape.She completed several empowerment programmes and skills development courses such asConflict Management and Negotiation Skills, Labour Relations and Advanced Labour Relations, Transformation Management, Business Management, Customer Service Excellence, etc. She obtained certificates in Records Management and as a Skills Development Facilitator.In 2014 she successfully completed the English Advanced Language course, normally scheduled for and required by senior staff members in the Defence Force.Owing to her knowledge of public service and departmental policies and procedures as well as her willingness to assist, she is often approached bycolleagues, both uniform and civilian, for advice and assistance on work-related andsocial issues.She is a member of the Workplace Skills Committee as well as the Military Community Wellness Committee, and acts as Advisory to the command cadre on issues emanating from the Labour Relations Forum in the unit.She joined the PSA in 1997 and has been a shop steward since 1998.She was elected Secretary of the Orange Regional Branch in Upington in 1999.When thePSA Statutechanged and departmental branches were introduced, she was elected Secretary of the Defence Provincial Branch Northern Cape.She became Chairperson of the Defence Provincial Branch Northern Cape in 2008 and kept the position after the elections in 2012 and 2016.In 2012, she was elected Secretary of the Defence National Branch.In the same year, she also became the Deputy Chairperson of the GPSSBC Departmental Branch Defence until 2013 when she was elected Chairperson of the GPSSBC Departmental Branch Defence.This position she held until the GPSSBC Annual General Meeting in 2015 when she recused herself from the Chairperson position to become a negotiator at the GPSSBC Departmental Chamber Defence -a position shestill holds.She took over fromRob Moody as National Chairperson of Defence after his retirement in October 2014 and after being re-elected in 2016 she is still serving as National Chairperson for Defence.
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David King - Director
David Derrick King was born in Lusikisiki on 3rd August 1971 a staunched Seventh day Adventist member, awaiting the second coming of Christ. He is the lastborn in a family of seven children. Grew up in the rural area of Lusikisiki having done his primary level of schooling at Hillbrow J.S. School.I was then taken to Nqabeni Primary school by my parents who felt that I would get better education in KwaZulu-Natal. Having passed my primary level in Nqabeni, I was then moved to Harding senior secondary school. Due to my involvement in strikes that took place in the early 90’s at the dawn of democracy I was told not to come back at the end of my standard eight.In 2013 David registered with Ndzululwazi Academy to do matric and in 2014 passed with exemption. In 2015, he registered with Unisa for a three-year degree in Public Administration until to date.In 1993, I was employed as a security at the Munster Town Board. I then left the town board for a better paying job in Lusikisiki.In 1993, I was employed at a wholesaler known as Lusikisiki Cas and Carry as a price marker. In 1995, I was promoted as a stock controller. In 1998, I then moved to greener pastures to Browns Cash and Carry sales. That was where I did a few courses on management.In 2006 our term as councilors came to an end. I then started doing a transportation business which had its challenges, but I survived. In October 2007, an opportunity arose for me to be employed in the public sector, Department of Health. Upon my employment, it’s where I met the Union of choice, the PSA. It was just a few months in the Department of Health and I was elected as a shop steward. In 2008, I began my involvement in PHSDSBC structure as just a member of the structure. In 2011, I was elected to be the vice-chairperson of the Sectoral Branch PHSDSBC Eastern Cape. In 2012, I was elected as the Chairperson of the Sectoral Branch PHSDSBC until to date. In 2012, I also began my involvement in the Eastern Cape chamber as part of the members representing the PSA. In 2013, I was elected as vice-chairperson of the chamber to 2016. In 2013, I also been appointed as a fulltime office bearer for the PSA. In 2016, I was re-elected as the chairperson of the Sectoral Branch PHSDSBC, Eastern Cape. In 2017, I was re-elected for the position of fulltime office bearer.Upon my employment in the Department at St Elizabeth Hospital I recruited more than 80 members. As Chairperson of the Structure I was persistent that the structure should at least reflect some of the professions in the Department of Health and Social Development for example paramedics, nurses, social workers etc. By virtue of being vice-chairperson of the Chamber I then become Chairperson of the Labour Caucus. Election of the chamber management is done on annual basis. I have been re-elected as vice-chairperson of the Chamber since 2013 to date. Upon my re-election unions made it clear that the reason for my re-election was the unity I managed to bring among them as unions. Prior to my positions in the chamber, attendance to chamber by unions was very poor. Under my leadership it has since picked up and all unions are represented in all meetings of chamber.Elected as Director of the Board on 23 October 2017.
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Ike Monyane - Director
Isaac Thero Monyane (Ike) was born on 11 December 1967 at Mapetla Extension in Soweto Gauteng and now resides in Polokwane (Limpopo). He matriculated in 1989 through the Educational Programmes Centre (Johannesburg). He obtained a Bachelor Degree in Administration in 1994 at the University of Limpopo.He did the following courses:-Microsoft Office (MS Word/ Excel and PowerPoint)Client RelationsOrientation of NewcomersSkills DevelopmentIntroduction to PersalDispute and grievance ManagementHe started working in 1996 until 2001 in the Department of Education as a Temporary Teacher and was responsible to taught Economics and Business Economics. In 2001, he started working in the Department of Home Affairs in the Directorate: Civic Services as a Front Office Clerk. In 2005, he was promoted to the position of Human Resource Practitioner in the Directorate: Human Resource Management. In 2006, he was appointed as Acting Labour Relations Officer responsible for coordination, facilitating workshops and representing the Department of Home Affairs in misconduct and disciplinary matters. In 2011, he was appointed as Acting Mobile Offices Coordinator: Limpopo Province, responsible for the managing of 16 Mobile Office Managers and coordinating all matters relating to Mobile Offices in the Province. Currently he is Acting Assistant Director Counter Corruption.He has been a member of the PSA since November 2007. He served as Limpopo Provincial Chairperson since 2009 and was elected as National Chairperson of the Department of Home Affairs in 2010. He was elected as Director to serve on the Board of Directors of the PSA on 18 September 2017.
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Marcus Ramakgale - Director
Marcus Ramakgale is currently in the employ of the NATIONAL DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS as a Deputy Director responsible for Strategic Infrastructure Project (SIP 7) within the Program and Project Management Unit (PPMU) Branch. My primary focus is to coordinate & facilitate the implementation of SIP 7 by 8 metropolitan municipalities and 6 secondary cities across the country.His working experience dates back from 2005, wherein I have acquired considerable practical experience as well as understanding in the following areas, namely, Research, Intergovernmental Relations (IGR), Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) and most recently Quality Assurance within the human settlements sector. Further, during the course of my working journey one has gained vast management and administrative skills and experience. To further enhance my management experience, I have completed an Executive Management Development Programme (EMDP) offered jointly by the National School of Government (NSG) and Vaal University of Technology (VUT).Additionally, I have acquired the following academic qualifications namely, Masters in Town & Regional Planning, Honours Degree in Public Administration, Bachelor Degree in Administration. I am registered Town & Regional Planner with the South African Council of Planners (SACPLAN). Part of other efforts that one has done to continually enhance my personal attributes involved the attainment of a number of long and short modules or programmes presented in the following section.Generally, my understanding of the National Development Plan, Human settlements/housing related policies, Public Service sector, Outcome Based Approach, National Evaluation Policy (NEP), Intergovernmental Relations Framework (IGR) Act, Research, Monitoring and Evaluation, SPLUMA and Batho-Pele principles to mention but a few is fairly sound. Last but not least, I am self-motivated, creative, assertive, focused, a team player but also able to work as an individual with and without supervision, have sound professional work ethics, work well under pressure and driven by the spirit of excellence.Currently serving as the Chairperson of Lyttelton School Governing Body (SGB) for a second term; Co-established and served as an overseer of the National Department of Human Settlements Internship Forum in 2008;Served as a Member of Ward 57 Municipal Ward Committee in Centurion 2015 and was responsible for Housing portfolio od the same committee; andServed as a member of the Student Representative Council (SRC) Entertainment Committee at the University of Fort Hare between 2005 and 2006.Contributed to a paper on the Constitutional Reforms in Swaziland: Impact on Peace and Human Security Landscape (2008) whilst still at the Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA) as a Research Assistant. Main author of the document is Dr. Patrick Rankhumise now with Department of International Cooperation (DIRCO); andCo-authored a paper with Dr Motlotleng Patrick Matlou (CEO of the Africa Institute of South Africa) on Africa-South America potential future economic relations, the paper was later presented at Venezuela by Dr Matlou in May 2008.Actively participated in the National Department of Human Settlements re­engineering process as an appointed Change Agent, in 2011 (proof available on request);Attended report writing skills programme organized by the National Department of Human Settlements, March 2011 (proof available on request);Attended a Mentoring and Coaching training facilitated by Maccauvlei Academy in Pretoria, in April 2010 (proof available on request);Attended a protocol workshop presentation by the National Department of Foreign Affairs (now known as DIRCO) at the Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA), in June 2008;l Organized and Participated in a Joint Colloquium hosted by University of Fort Hare and Oxford University focusing on Social Policy in Southern Africa: Exploring a New Research Agenda, in January 2008; andParticipated in a Research Methodology Workshop Presented by CAGE in East London: Focused on Research Methodology, in June 2007.
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Justice Shiburi - Director
Matimba Justice Shiburi was born on 2nd of August 1975 at Giyani region, Limpopo I matriculated in 1992 at Ndindani- Hlomelo High School in Giyani, Limpopo province. Justice obtained the following Tertiary qualifications:-- B.A Degree from Vista University, Soweto campus, now known as University of Johannesburg in 1998.- Certificate in Marketing and customer centricity at University of Johannesburg in 2007.- Currently Comrade Justice is not busy with any studies, but more focused on PSA union activities. His career in the Public Service began in 2002 when he joined the Department of Labour as Labour Relations Inspector. \n 2006 he was promoted to the unit called Employment Skills Development Services which is now known as Public Employment Services, where he is now working as Senior Employment Services Practitioner.He also serves on the following commitiees/boards:.(i} National training committee for the Department of labour. {ii) local Employment Equity Consultative Forum (iii) Migration framework placement committee at UlF branch.nd is a member of the following organisations/associations:-Secretary of School Governing Body (5GB} for Sandtonview Combined school (2016-2018).Member of the local Community Policing Forum.Comrade Justice has been a member of the PSA since 2002 and served as a member of the PSA Dept of . Labour (Branch/Committee) since 2005 and became deputy chairperson in 2011 and eventually theChairperson in 2014 and re-elected the Chairperson again in 2016 and National chairperson in 2016 to dote.He is currently serving in PSA structures as Provincial and National Chairperson for PSA Dept of Labour Branch. His PSA activities including sitting on Departmental Bargaining Chamber meetings, GPSSBC, representing members at mediation, conciliation, arbitration and disciplinary hearing through most of PSA branches/ government departments, evidence gathering through the offices of PSA or from members leadership in departments such as (i)Home Affairs, (ii) Dept of Health, (iii)Dept of Education,(iv) Dept of Justice and Constitutional development, (v) Office of Chief Justice, (vi) Dept of Rural development, (vil) Dept of Environmental affairs, (viii) Compensation fund, [ix) Dept of Labour, (x} Dept of water and sanitation, {xi) Dept of public printing works and (xii} South African Civil Aviation Authority to mention just few. He has a good success rate when it comes to winning the case(s). He has always been available for members' interest and concerns.He is now availing himself as a vehicle that members need to take their concerns and issues across to the union's board and doing the same in relating the board's intention and vision in driving the union to the future.
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Nomabandla Silinyana - Director
Nomabandla Corah Silinyana was born in Mdantsane, East London on 23 January 1978 to Zoleka Makinana- Silinyana and the late Lameki Silinyana. Her siblings are Lulama, Nomvuyiseko and Aubrey. She is the mother to two boys Khulekani and Luxolo. She matriculated in 1994 from Kusile Comprehensive School in Duncan Village, East London. Her qualifications are as follows: National Diploma in Marketing Management, Diploma in Project Management, B Com Degree (Transport Economics) and Diploma in Port Terminal Management. She is currently studying Bachelor of Laws Degree with UNISA. She started working in public service as a contract employee in 2003 and was permanent appointed in 2004 by the Department of Transport and Public Works (Western Cape). She was then promoted to the National Department of Transport in Pretoria in 2010 as the Assistant Director. She joined PSA as a member in 2014 and served as a Shop Steward from 2016. She was elected as Branch Chairperson in 2017. She was elected as Director to serve on the Board of Directors of PSA on 16 September 2019.