Saturday, December 5, 2009

Mrs. Rose Seretse appointed DCEC Director

source: Republic of Botswana (2/12/09): TAUTONA TIMES no 28 of 2009
The Electronic Press Circular of the Office of the President
Democracy, Development, Dignity, Discipline and Delivery

C2) 6/11/09: Mrs. Rose Seretse appointed DCEC Director

The Permanent Secretary to the President, Mr. Eric Molale, is pleased to announce that Mrs. Rose Nunu Seretse has been promoted to the position of Director of the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime. Mrs. Seretse was previously the DCEC Director also serving in recent months as Acting Director.


Mrs. Rose Nunu Seretse started her career in the Public Service in 1991 at Kgatleng District Council as a Technical Officer (Buildings) after graduating with BSc in Construction Engineering and Management from Michigan USA. She was transferred on promotion to Lobatse Town Council where she served until 1997 when she joined the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime as a Senior Corruption Prevention Officer. Among her duties at the time included looking at Corruption in the Construction Industry. She has served within the different divisions of the DCEC at various levels including being the Performance Improvement Co-coordinator.

Mrs. Seretse was promoted to the position of the Deputy Director (DCEC) in 2007 overseeing all the divisions of the Directorate being Investigation, Corruption Prevention, Public Education, Intelligence, Legal Services and Corporate Services. Among the professional courses that she attended on anti corruption work includes money laundering, investigators course, business ethics and accountability, corporate governance, prevention of corruption, managing project risks and project management. Mrs. Seretse also has a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Botswana.

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