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INTERPOL RECOGNIZING OUR IIPCIC STUDENT: CAPT THIEMULI GRACE MUVHULAWA ‘TG’
2021/02/02      |  Written By:  Captain SC Naude   |   Province:  Head Office

INTERPOL hereby recognize Captain Thiemuli Grace Muvhulawa well known as TG. 

She is a ETD Practitioner at the South African Police Service Academy Rietondale.

She worked very hard after hours, weekends and in the early hours before work. Captain Muvhulawa have completed the following courses;

-    An Introductory course of professional studies on the investigation of Transnational and Organized Intellectual Property Crime.

-     An Intermediate Course of professional studies on the Investigation of Traditional and Organized Intellectual Property Crime.

-     An Advanced Course of Professional Studies on Investigating Online Counterfeiting and Piracy. 

She is currently busy with the fourth course which is about Investigating, Preparing and Prosecuting Criminal Intellectual Property Cases. 

When interviewing Captain Muvhulawa she replied by saying: "Online training with IIPCIC has opened my eyes with regard to Intellectual Property Crime. I am proud to have achieved these Certificates so far as it was not easy as a parent, as a UNISA student and as a Facilitator who is expected to prepare for the Interventions of the academy. I call myself an achiever. I would like to encourage my colleagues to start developing themselves with free online training in order to get knowledge and to align ourselves with the 4th Industrial Revolution."

Her words of inspiring is of Carl Rogers, "The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and grow or change"

Kindly note that INTERPOL notices will be circulated to all SAPS personnel for your interest and keeping you informed on warnings and successes by INTERPOL.

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Captain Thiemuli Grace Muvhulawa well known as TG.