View from the top

 MHRP is the highest level of professional registration at SABPP. It signifies that the incumbent has arrived. However, it also means that once you are at the top you have a responsibility of looking down not just for the view but to help others come up. 

There are many reasons why we are showcasing our members, but I will restrict to the below two reasons.

  1. Networking opportunities You get to know members at the top echelon and see opportunities of networking and collaboration.
  2. Motivation The idea here is to ensure that young and upcoming professionals may find role models and heroes to learn from having seen that it is possible.
Help us  welcome and celebrate our MHRPs who are either existing members upgraded to MHRP, or new members who are registering as MHRPs. We welcome them to the official SABPP community and to the highest level of registration. Should you like to be connected to any of them please contact

Lungile Mtiya 


Ms Lungile Mtiya holds a Masters in Labour Law /Employee Relations qualification and is an accredited, exempted and appointed Part-Time Commissioner at the CCMA in the Johannesburg Office. She is the founder and owner of 100% woman owned and managed HR Consulting firm in operation since 2006, Lungile Mtiya and Associates. She currently sits on the Gautrain Management Agency Board as a Non-Executive Board Member, Deputy Chairperson of the Board and Chairperson of the Human Capital and Remuneration Committee and a member of Social and Ethics Committee.

Ronald Duki 

Ronald Duki has more than 25 years experience in the human resource field. During his career, Ronald has overseen mass recruitment projects and has had the privilege of facilitating training to thousands of employees and prospective employees. Ronald has also been involved in implementing a new performance management system in organisations. He currently serves as a District HR Manager in the healthcare sector in Durban, South Africa. Ronald possesses a master’s degree in commerce with specialization in human resource management. During his postgraduate studies in human resource management, Ronald received three merit certificates for outstanding performance. He is a registered assessor and moderator with several Setas for several qualifications. He is a certified Ethics Officer with The Ethics Institute and fulfills the role of Ethics Officer for his organisation. Ronald is enthusiastic about the evolving role of human resource management brought about by the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Covid-19 pandemic.

Linus Gwala

Seasoned HR leader/professional with over 30 years of HR experience in the mining, banking, energy, retail and transport (Port Operations) _ sectors. Generalist HR professional with in-depth knowledge, skills and experience in HR strategy design and implementation, professional leadership/executive and transition coach (ICF), collective bargaining and negotiations, performance management, change management facilitator, transformation leadership, employee engagement and retention strategies, human resource development, people risk and compliance, labour mediation, public speaking”

Nomsa Ntsoane

Nomsa Ntsoane is an African Female, currently in the position of a Manager: Education and training at the Estate Agency Affairs Board (The Regulatory Authority for the Real estate industry). Nomsa Ntsoane holds an MBA, a BTech in Human Resources Management, LLB and National Diploma in Municipal Administration and recently awarded a Professional Designation: Master HR Professional by the SABPP. Nomsa Ntsoane is passionate about education, learning and development and transformation which include policy and systems design within the HR landscape in order to positively impact and improve on organizational human resources metrics. Nomsa Ntsoane is an experienced and a certified and registered Skills Development Facilitator, an RPL Advisor, an Assessor, Moderator, Material Content Designer and a Qualifications Development Facilitator. Nomsa Ntsoane has over 15 years of experience in Education, Learning and Development, HR and Talent Management and driving transformation at middle to senior managerial levels. Nomsa Ntsoane has successfully implemented various education, training, learning and development, skills development and talent management, organizational design and organizational development including Leadership and Management development, Performance Management, Recruitment and Selection, and Transformation (BEE: Skills Development and Employment Equity pillars), HRD and Leaning Management Systems projects for various organization including private companies and public entities where she spent most of her career life. Nomsa Ntsoane has extensive experience in working closely with SAQA, the various Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs), the QCTO and she is currently serving/ has served in Boards, Board Committees and Working Committees of such bodies. Nomsa Ntsoane has initiated and managed partnerships with the various FET and HET institution in her quest to drive professionalization, transformation and continuing professional education and development for the institutions that she has worked with.

Dr John Mosamai Modise
Provincial Head of Training, SAPS

Modise’s career began in 1993 in the South African Defenceforce and in 1995, he was appointed as a police officer.
Currently a Provincial Head Training and development in the SAPS.
He has been in various environments in the police: operational- crime prevention, unit commander and station commissioner.
He has acquired three master’s degrees in policing, management, and education management.
He has two PhD degrees in philosophy-public administration and education management.
His key aims are constructing opportunities of advancement for all employees working under his command.

Mr Romeo Adams
Secretatry: Western Cape Provincial Parliament

Romeo Adams has been a career public servant and has been employed in government departments at national and provincial levels; in public entities and the legislative sector; currently being employed as the Secretary to the Western Cape Provincial Parliament.
He is currently working towards the completion of a PhD degree in the field of human resources, focussing on the link between the management of competencies of Senior Managers within government and service delivery.
He is currently a member of various governing structures (or their sub committees) of both public, private and community entities.
Two of the core values he strives to demonstrate continuously in his personal and work life are Respect and Trustworthiness.