Key Staff

  • Acting Deputy Director-General: Counter Corruption and Security Services – Mr Matome Malatsi
  • Chief Director: Investigations – Mr Matome Malatsi
    • Director: Internal Hotline – Ms Constance Moitse
    • Director: External Liaison – Mr Tim Mabaso
    • Director: Prevention – Ms NkelePitsi
  • Chief Director: Security Services – Mr Sulleiman Hancock
    • Director: Physical Security – Mr William Makokomale
    • Director: Information Security – Mr KhangelaniHlongwane
    • Director: Vetting – Mr Marvin Olifant


Responsibility of the Counter Corruption and Security Services Unit

  • Investigation and prosecution of corrupt officials
  • Providing support to mandated security structures on crime and corruption related projects (e.g. SAPS)
  • The constant research, analysis, implementation and monitoring of processes with a view of preventing corruption
  • Raising awareness around fraud and corruption
  • To enforce physical security and access control and the safe guarding of DHA assets, staff and clients
  • To manage the integrity of all prospective and current employees and service providers


Responsibility of a DHA Employee

In terms of the Code of Conduct for Public Servants, an employee:

  • May not use their official position to obtain or accept private gifts or benefits during the performance of official duties as these may be construed as bribes;
  • In the course of official duties, an employee shall report fraud, corruption, nepotism, mal-administration and any other act which constitutes an offence, or which is prejudicial to public interest;


Responsibility of our clients

As corruption involves not only the DHA official but also the client, contractor or service provider, etc, you may very well form part of the corrupt activity.

  • Never give a DHA official a gift or “token of appreciation”
  • Never give a DHA official a gift/benefit/gratification in order to abuse their power
  • Always report any corruption you may be aware of in order to help us root out corrupt officials


Where to report fraud and corruption

  • Officials need to make use of the prescriptions as set out in the Departmental Whistleblowing Policy
  • Anyone can report to the National Anti Corruption Hotline at 0800 701 701
  • A report can be made directly to the Counter Corruption Unit at (012) 406 4318


What information is required when reporting?

As much of the following information as possible should be provided when reporting:

  • Place where the incident took place
  • The date and time of the incident
  • The names of people involved
  • Amount of money involved or description of gratification/gift/token of appreciation given
  • Any proof which may exist


Proper investigation and prosecutions are not possible in cases where one reports anonymously and the above-mentioned information is not supplied.


Mr. Matome Malatsi
Cellphone number: 0760100079
Office number: 012 406 7188
email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.