Raphael Hamunyela, the commissioner general of the Namibian Correctional Service, recently announced that commissioners Johannes Konjore and Michael Mulisa would be taking on new roles.
Konjore has been named the new deputy commissioner general (DCG) in charge of correctional operations, succeeding DCG Tuhafeni Hangula, who recently retired on medical grounds.
In a press statement, Angula said: “Konjore will now be responsible for the management of five directorates”.
These are security, healthcare, information communication technology, food production, correctional industries and capital projects.
He has approximately 35 years of experience and was trained in International Law Enforcement at the University of Rosewell in the United States of America. Deputy commissioner Michael Mulisa was also promoted to the rank of commissioner as the new head of human resources management.
Commissioner Mulisa previously led the corporate secretariat division under the directorate central staff.
Mulisa holds a bachelor’s degree in public administration from the University of Namibia, and served at the United mission in Liberia as corrections advisory for two years.
The appointments are effective from 1 November 2021.