Khoza receives warm welcome

2016-02-18 06:00
Deputy National Head of DPCI, Lieutenant General Yolisa Matakata; National Head of DPCI, Lieutenant General Mthandazo Berning Ntlemeza; Western Cape Head of DPCI, Major General Nombuso Portia Khoza and Western Cape Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Elvis Jula.

Deputy National Head of DPCI, Lieutenant General Yolisa Matakata; National Head of DPCI, Lieutenant General Mthandazo Berning Ntlemeza; Western Cape Head of DPCI, Major General Nombuso Portia Khoza and Western Cape Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Elvis Jula.

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Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Elvis Jula-Western Cape Provincial Commissioner- has welcomed the appointment of the provincial head of Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI) Western Cape, Major General Nombuso Portia Khoza.

“Working closely with the Hawks, we intend tackling the issue of drugs, illegal firearms and organised criminality. That will go a long way in reducing serious and violent crimes in the province”.

The national head of DPCI, Lieutenant General Mthandazo Berning Ntlemeza presented Major General Khoza to the provincial SAPS management today.

The post became vacant after the promotion of Lieutenant General Yolisa Matakata to Deputy National Head DPCI.

Major General Khoza brings a wealth of experience as an advocate of the High Court who was admitted to the Pretoria Bar in 2006. She has extensive experience as a Senior State Advocate at the NPA. She also worked as an assessor at the Durban High Court.

Major General Khoza,38, said “she appreciates the warm welcome from the executive management and undertook to prioritise serious economic corruption cases and serious organised crime such as drugs and human trafficking.

“Together with the Western Cape Provincial Commissioner we will develop sustained relations with various stakeholders within the province and beyond, as the province requires a collaborative approach to policing. In that way we will ensure the safety of the community at large”.

Khoza is also a member of the KwaZulu-Natal Society for Advocates, Group 500–Shriener Chambers at the Johannesburg Society for Advocates and the Pretoria Society for Advocates.

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