Deputy Head of the Special Investigating Unit
Caroline Mampuru has been appointment Deputy Head of the Special Investigating Unit.
She was previously Business Executive: Investigations at the Auditor-General of South Africa, where she led the unit and oversaw its strategic direction.
Mampuru was also Chief Director: Public Administration Investigations at the Public Service Commission (PSC), where she led the planning, execution and reporting phases of investigations conducted by the PSC.
She previously worked as a Senior State Advocate at the National Prosecuting Authority's Asset Forfeiture Unit and as a Commissioner at the Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration. Prior to these roles, Mampuru was a State Prosecutor at the Middelburg Magistrate's Court.
She holds a B Proc degree and LLB, both from the former University of the North (currently University of Limpopo) and Post Graduate Diploma − Executive Development from UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership.
In her new role, she will assist the head of the unit to manage and oversee the running of the business, initiate and manage high-level key stakeholder relations and drive business strategy and organisational goals.