The mere mention of the words – fraud and corruption – evokes different emotions from most South Africans. Throw in the City of Johannesburg in the mix and you might as well have poured petrol into the fire! Yet, there is one man who has no fear of setting his foot into that fire. And, it is none other than former provincial Hawks Head Major General Shadrack Sibiya.
When Koni Moliehe left Bethel High School (in a small town called Ventersdorp) in 1989, she had no clue what career she’d choose. All she knew was that she had an incredible soprano singing voice, excellent leadership skills (she started and conducted the school choir), as well as an unwavering curiosity.
When the World Trade Organization (WTO) was conceived after the Second World War, it was meant to build a rules-based global trade system that enables global commerce. From 1948 to 1994, global commerce grew exponentially however trade rules covered only trade in goods but not services.
November 15 – 21, was International Fraud Awareness Week! The aim of this event was to encourage business leaders and employees to proactively take steps to minimise the impact of fraud by promoting anti-fraud awareness and education. The City of Johannesburg [COJ] is one such organisation.
The Group Forensic and Investigation Service (GFIS) department has in just under four years exceeded expectations and successfully established itself as a major part of the fight against fraud and corruption in the City of Johannesburg. Commissioner Shadrack Sibiya was appointed in November 2016 to lead the fight against corruption in the City and handle all internal investigations.