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CURRICULUM VITAE

Personal Particulars
Surname

Lukhaimane

First names

Antoinette Muvhango

Identity number

Home address

Postal address

Date of birth

Sex

Female

Marital status

Single

Contact details

Drivers license

Yes, Code 08

Nationality

South African

Religion

St. Engenas Zion Christian Church

Home language

Tshivenda

Other languages

English, Afrikaans and Northern Sotho


(Speak, read, write and understand)

Criminal offences

None

Health

Excellent

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Educational Qualifications
Last school attended

Mbilwi Senior Secondary School Sibasa, Venda


(1986 - 1987)

Highest standard passed

Matric (as private candidate) 1988

Higher Education
University of Venda (1989-1992)
Qualification obtained

B IURIS

Represented the University at the First Southern African Moot Court Competition in Harare,
1992
Majored in Private Law, Mercantile Law, Criminal Law, Sociology, Labour law, Administrative
Law, Constitutional Law

University of Pretoria (19931994)


Qualification obtained

LLB

Research assistant - Centre for Human Rights - UP


Legal Assistant - Hammanskraal Legal Advice Centre (Centre for Human Rights UP)
Majored in Private Law, Criminal Law, Mercantile Law, Human Rights Law, Medicina Forensis

University of South Africa (Part time) (19951997)


Qualification obtained

LLM in Constitutional (Labour Law)

Modules
Human Rights law, Constitutional Interpretation, Labour law and Medical Jurisprudence
Title of Dissertation: The Right to Die: Does the Constitution Protect This Right

Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College (1999-2000)


Qualification obtained

Postgraduate Diploma in Management Studies

Modules

Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, Strategic Management, Financial


Management and Operations Management

University of Free State (20012002)


Qualification obtained
:
Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Planning (CFP)
Modules
Financial Planning Environment, Personal Financial Planning and Corporate Financial Planning

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University of Cape Town (2003)


Qualification obtained

Certificate in Compliance Management in conjunction with


the Compliance Institute of South Africa

JT Frank Academy (2008)


Qualification obtained

Global Certificate in Knowledge Management (CIKM)

World@Work / South African Remuneration Association (2010)


Qualification obtained

Global Remuneration Professional (GRP)

Masters of Business Administration Wits Business School - 2013

Career History
1.

OFFICE OF THE PENSION FUNDS ADJUDICATOR (OPFA)


(1 July 2013 - Current)
Position Held Pension Funds Adjudicator
SCOPE OF DUTIES
Perform the duties of the Pension Funds Adjudicator as per the Pension Funds Act, 1956
Prepare, lead and execute the Strategic Plan of the OPFA
Promote measures and set standards to ensure the effective and efficient performance
and implementation of the OPFA Strategic Plan
Evaluate and monitor the implementation of all policies
Report to the FSB Board and its Committees on the day to day business of the OPFA
Manage the budget allocation and assets of the OPFA in line with the PFMA

2.

OFFICE OF THE PENSION FUNDS ADJUDICATOR (OPFA)


(1 June 2012 30 June 2013)
Position Held Deputy Pension Funds Adjudicator
SCOPE OF DUTIES
Same as per Pension Funds Adjudicator above

3.

MINISTRY OF STATE SECURITY, PRETORIA


(June 2011 May 2012)
Position Held Chairperson, Intelligence Services Council
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SCOPE OF DUTIES
Prepare, lead and execute the Strategic Plan of the Council
Advise and make recommendations to the Minister on the development of policies on
human resources and conditions of service
Advise and make recommendations to the Directors-General on alignment and
compliance of all human resources and conditions of service related
policies/directives with the Regulations and applicable laws
Review the salaries and benefits of employees and make recommendations to the
Minister
Promote measures and set standards to ensure the effective and efficient performance
and implementation of policies on human resources
Evaluate and monitor the implementation of policies
Report to the Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence and the Minister on the Strategic
Plan of the Council, output and any other request from the Committee
Manage the budget allocation and human resources and assets of the Council in line
with the PFMA
4.

STATE SECURITY AGENCY: MUSANDA, PRETORIA


(June 2007 May 2011)
Position Held General Manager Human Resources
SCOPE OF DUTIES
Implement and manage business objectives relevant to Chief Directorate Human
Resources (CDHR)
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Ensure the development of and regular review of HR polices, processes and


systems and the approval thereof
Ensure the effective implementation of HR policies, processes and systems,
oversee and monitor compliance thereto in the Agency
Manage and oversee the functional activities of all directorates within CDHR which
include:
Organisational analyses and development
HR development (career and performance management, training and
development, assessment centre)

HR administration (services benefits) and remuneration practices

HR planning and staffing (recruitment, selection and placement; HR planning


and staffing)

Employee assistances programmes

Organisational conduct (employment relations)


Facilitate and develop business plans for CDHR in alignment to the strategic plan of
the Agency
Facilitate the development, implementation and monitoring of an HR strategy in
the Agency

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Management the following resources -people, financial, assets within chief directorate
human resources in line with the PFMA
Contribute to the vision and strategic planning
Handle client liaison, ensure client service and service delivery on a strategic level

5.

STATE SECURITY AGENCY: MUSANDA, PRETORIA


(April 2005 to May 2007)
Position Held General Manager Research (Conditions of Service)
SCOPE OF DUTIES
Advise the Minister on matters related to human resources and Conditions of Service
including complaints from members
Advise and make recommendations to the Directors-General in the Intelligence
Services on alignment and compliance of all human resources and conditions of
service related policies/directives with the Regulations and applicable laws
Advise the Intelligence Services Councils Executive Management on new policy
development trends and practices on Conditions of Service, both nationally and
internationally
Ensure that human resources policies within the Intelligence Services comply with best
practice
Review the salaries and benefits of employees within the Services annually
Advise the Intelligence Services Council Executive Management on the development,
review, monitoring and evaluation of the Services policy priorities, strategies and
objectives
Prepare and make presentations to the Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence on the
Strategic Plan of the Council, output and any other request from the Committee
Manage research practices (Project Management)
Review the Strategic and Business plans of the Intelligence Services to ensure
alignment
Participate in the strategic planning process of the Intelligence Services Council and
ensure that the strategic plan is implemented
Forge strategic partnership with the Services and other relevant stakeholders (GEPF,
PSC, DPSA, GEMS etc) on research initiatives and other Intelligence Services Council
initiatives
Undertake human resources planning and implementation of human resources plans
within the Research Unit
Compile and manage the annual budget of the Intelligence Services Council (R15 million)
Ensure efficient and effective use of resources (Human and Financial within the
Intelligence Services)
Conduct and supervise annual compliance audits

Reason for leaving: Challenging opportunity to implement strategic decisions.


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6.

ESKOM PENSION AND PROVIDENT FUND: BRYANSTON, GAUTENG


(July 2003 March 2005)
Position Held Principal Officer
SCOPE OF DUTIES
Fulfill all the statutory duties required of a Principal Officer in terms of the Pension
Funds Act
Chair the Committee responsible for the distribution of death benefits in terms of section
37C of the Pension Funds Act
Member of Executive Management of Fund Administration
Implement and maintain a competitive incentive bonus scheme
Make recommendations to the Board of Trustees on conditions of service
Convert the funds employees to service benefits suitable to financial services
Liaise with pensioner and union representative trustees to ensure implementation of
Board decisions
Report to the Chairman of the Board on the management of personnel and resources
Draft and/or scrutinize all service level agreements between the Fund and its service
providers
Consult with the funds service providers
Liaise with the employer (Eskoms Board) on the management of the fund
Attend to all legal correspondences between the Fund and other stakeholders
Keep the Board of Trustees and the Fund abreast of all changes within the pension fund
environment and its implications on the Fund and its members
Ensure that the Fund Rules are in line with the Pension Funds Act and all other relevant
legislation
Ensure that Fund departments implement the Rules of the Fund in a uniform and correct
manner
Provide the Board of Trustees with legal opinions and support on governance
Provide the Actuary with Valuation data in the correct format
Supervise the completion of the annual valuation of the Fund and the Annual Report
Ensure ongoing communication with fund members and pensioners
Ensure that the Fund complies with tax legislation
Represent the Fund on industry bodies
Attend to the Pension Funds Adjudicator, SARS and FSB enquiries and requirements
Manage the personnel and resources allocated to the Unit

Reason for leaving: The Fund is a defined benefit fund and when I was recruited, the Fund
was to be converted to a defined contribution arrangement (or at least a parallel defined
contribution fund was to be established by the employer). With that not taking place and the
fact that the Fund did not have a surplus to apportion, the work left became mundane in
that it was just the maintenance of the DB fund

7.

LIBERTY PERSONAL BENEFITS: REGIONAL OFFICE CAPE TOWN


(July 2002 June 2003)
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Position Held: Legal Consultant, Sales Development and Accreditation


SCOPE OF DUTIES
Conduct training workshops for the Healthcare School, the Fundamentals of Financial
Planning School and the Corporate Financial Planning School for intermediaries and
managers (Agency and Franchise)
Provide advice and support to consultants on salary structuring especially for senior
management to take advantage of tax provisions
Provide advice and feedback on the employment conditions of intermediaries
Conduct training workshops for intermediaries enrolled for the Postgraduate Diploma in
Financial Planning (CFP)
Run legislative update workshops and industry trends update workshops
Conduct training workshops for newly appointed intermediaries on products and the
legislative environment
Provide legal support for intermediaries and managers
Resolve legal complaints and enquiries for both individual life and corporate benefits
Conduct ongoing compliance audits of intermediaries and managers
Provide material for the in-house Legal and Technical website
Participate in the initiation and improvement of products (medical scheme, group
scheme, individual health and life policies)
Develop additional training materials to address any identified training need
Provide the required support in dispute resolution processes between managers and
intermediaries / clients
Monitor the accreditation levels and needs of intermediaries and managers
Provide individual coaching to team members, managers and intermediaries
Reason for leaving: The Eskom Pension and Provident Fund presented me with an
opportunity to advance my career and move to Gauteng (closer to family)
8.

SANLAM EMPLOYEE BENEFITS: HEAD OFFICE - CAPE TOWN


(May 2001 June 2002)
Position Held: Legal Advisor - Law Service (May 2001 June 2002)

SCOPE OF DUTIES
Ensure that pension fund rules, group scheme conditions are legally correct
Product development (focus on products affected by the Pension Funds Act, Income Tax
Act, Insurance law, Law of Contract)
Provide legal information and its implications to the business (e.g. on new legislation,
court cases, adjudicator determinations and directives)
Prepare materials for publication in Legal Focus - the monthly Legal Services publication
and Insight - the quarterly Marketing publication for trustees
Assist with implementation and compliance with regard to new legislation and
amendments to legislation
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Respond to queries from Consultants and other departments


Respond to complaints reported to the Pension Funds Adjudicator
Liaise with legal counsel on matters pending before the High Court
Develop material for use by trustees and members of retirement funds and medical aid
schemes
Maintenance of the Consulting Services intranet site
Secretariat for the Consulting Board
Project manage all the activities of the Consulting Board

Reason for leaving: Sanlam Employee Benefits was restructured and merged with Sanlam Life
which was a much bigger entity. Scope for growth was limited as the bigger entity tended to
dictate the companys strategy and focus
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SANLAM EMPLOYEE BENEFITS: HEAD OFFICE - CAPE TOWN


(February 2000 April 2001)
Position Held: Research Consultant, Consulting Services (Feb 2000 - April 2001)
SCOPE OF DUTIES
Carry out the research that is aimed at equipping consultants with the latest information
and skills to enable them to provide cutting edge services in the retirement fund industry
Develop material for use by trustees and members of retirement funds
Make sure that new developments with regard to product offerings are in line with
applicable laws, best employment practices and the Constitution
Assist with the process of making funds administered by Sanlam more equitable and fair
as far as legislation and member expectations are concerned
Provide advice and support on the setting up of top hat funds as a retention strategy for
senior managers within companies
Maintenance of the Consulting Services intranet site
Secretariat for the Consulting Board
Prepare agendas and correspondence for the monthly Regional Development Days
Project manage all the activities of the Consulting Board
Prepare presentations for Consultants on employee benefit trends and opportunities

10.

UNIVERSITY OF VENDA
(January 1995 to January 2000)
Lecturer in Private Law 100, Mercantile Law 300, Broader Street Law, Commercial Law,
Street Law 500, Labour Law, Matrimonial Property and Divorce Law, Medical
Jurisprudence, Constitutional Criminal Law & Procedure and Introduction to the Theory
of Law
Co-ordinator of the Street Law Project, a Community Outreach programme on Human
Rights and Democracy
I co-lectured Gender and the Law for a post graduate diploma in Gender Studies

SCOPE OF DUTIES
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Manage all administrative and academic aspects of my courses including queries and
developing appropriate teaching materials
Supervise dissertations for senior law students
As Street Law Co-ordinator, prepare the annual programme including a budget and
special projects, promote the project in the media, raise funds for the special projects,
take care of the day to day administration of the project and furnish annual financial
statements to funders
Liaise with the following government departments on implementation of programmes
and policy formulation: Safety and Security, Correctional Services, Justice, Education,
Health and Welfare
Train welfare officials and community police forum members on related human rights
issues and court procedures
Host a radio talk show aimed at improving legal awareness
Training of trainers mostly teachers to implement other programmes
Publication of easy to read brochures on topical legal issues and rights. These were
translated into Tshivenda
Host annual workshops on Youth and Gender issues for NGOs and CBOs within the
surrounding area
Supervise candidate attorneys at the Universitys Legal Aid Clinic
Organize and implement workshops on public interest law issues for the community
Liaise with national organisations such as the Human Rights Commission, POWA,
Agisanang Advice Centre etc. on public interest law matters
Participate in law reform initiatives within the Department of Justice
COMMITTEE REPRESENTATION ON CAMPUS

Member of Senate
Executive member of NTESU, the Academic Staff Union
Member of Academic Liaison Committee
Represent NTESU on Selection Committees
Serve on internal disciplinary hearings as Chairperson or Legal representative
Executive member of the Broad Transformation Committee 1997-8

RESEARCH UNDERTAKEN
Co-ordinator and researcher of a multi-disciplinary research into the Situation of the GirlChild in the Northern Province on behalf of NIPILAR and UNICEF in 1997
Co-ordinated and conducted public hearings in the Northern Province on the Equality
Legislation on behalf of the Equality Legislation Drafting Unit
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Member of the Regional Planning committee of the Dept of Health and Welfare, 1997 1999
Elected first Chairperson of the Northern Regional Consumer Forum - 1998
Served as a professional assessor at the High Court of Thohoyandou
Member of the National Consumer Education Task Team set up in the National
Department of Trade and Industry in 1999
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Provision of mediation services to maintenance office at the local Magistrates Offices,


1998 - 1999
Hosted a legal advice programme on the then Radio Thohoyandou 1996-1999
Reason for leaving: Presented with an opportunity to join the Private sector.

Professional Societies

Admitted as an Advocate of the High Court of South Africa in 1995 Practised on a part-time
basis when still at the University of Venda

Strengths

Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written


Strong strategic planning ability
Very service oriented
High level presentation skills
Policy development, analysis and management skills
Work well under pressure
Assertive and Enabling
Courageous leadership qualities
Collaborative
Focused urgency
Excellent with planning and handling high volumes of work effectively and efficiently
Maintain high standards in quality and quantity of work output

General
Outside interests:

Watch sports on television, movies, gym and read

References

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