Ministry of State Security

Ministry of State Security

david mahlobo   Minister:  David Mahlobo

 

 

 

Ministry

PO Box 1037, MENLYN, 0077
Street: Bogare Building, 2 Atterbury Road, Menlyn, PRETORIA
012 367 0700
Fax: 012 367 0749
or
PO Box 51278, WATERFRONT, 8002
120 Plein Street, Floor 18, CAPE TOWN
021 401 1800
Fax: 021 461 4644

Website: www.intelligence.gov.za

Minister
Mr David Mahlobo

PO Box 1037, MENLYN, 0077
Bogare Building, 2 Atterbury Road, Menlyn, PRETORIA
013 766 6237
Fax: 013 766 8425
082 805 9429
ilsetlogolo@mpg.gov.za

Head: Communications and Ministerial Support
Brian Dube (Acting)
PO Box 1037, MENLYN, 0077
Bogare Building, 2 Atterbury Road, Menlyn, PRETORIA
012 367 0754
Fax: 012 367 0749
082 418 3389
bdube@nia.gov.za

 
Head: Ministerial Services
Dr Khaukanani Mavhungu
PO Box 1037, MENLYN, 0077
Bogare Building, 2 Atterbury Road, Menlyn, PRETORIA
012 367 0708
Fax: 012 367 0749
082 757 8899
khukanani@intelligence.gov.za

 

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