The dti: Angie Ontong
Angie Ontong, director: human resources development at the dti, joined the department in 2014.
Before her tenure at the dti, she worked as the director for the South Africa National Treasury from 2012 to 2014, and human resources: HRD specialist from 2010 to 2012. Prior to this, she served in various roles at Old Mutual Group, First National Bank Home Loans, Damelin Academy of Banking & Financial Services College, Barclays Bank, Stanbic, and Standard Bank South Africa.
2014 - Present Director: Human Resources Development, HR, the Department of Trade & Industry
2012 - 2014 Director: FMIO III Project & Programme Director: Capacity Building in Financial Management Improvement, South Africa National Treasury
2010 - 2012 Human Resources: HRD Specialist, National Treasury
2009 - 2010 Associate Director, Training & Development for LMI (Leadership Management in the UK).
2007 - 2008 Human Resources: Senior Learning & Development Manager, Old Mutual Group, RMM
2003 - 2007 Human Resources: HR & Talent Specialist, Training Manager, First National Bank, Home Loans
2003 - 2003 Human Resources and Financial Lecturer, Damelin Academy of Banking & Financial Services College
2002 - 2003 Pan African Procedures Manager, Barclays Africa, Barclays Bank PLC, United Kingdom (additional)
Pan African Service Delivery Manager, Barclays Africa, Barclays Bank PLC, United Kingdom
1997 - 2002 Bank master/Branchpower Training Officer in Africa, Auditor, Project Manager, Stanbic
1987 - 1997 Bank Official, Business Systems Analyst, Standard Bank of South Africa
2019 - Present PhD Human Capital Development Management, University of Johannesburg
2014 - 2016 MBA, Business Administration, MANCOSA
2004 - 2007 BCom, Banking Management, Oxford University
2001 - 2003 Associate Diploma, CAIB
2001 - 2002 Diploma, Advanced Marketing, The Institute of Bankers
1990 - 1992 National Higher Diploma, Teaching, ML Sultan Technikon
1984 - 1987 National Diploma, Executive Secretaries, ML Technikon
About The DTI: The Department of Trade Industry and Competition (the dti) was established after the merger of the Department of Trade and Industry and the Economic Development Department. The dti is a dynamic industrial, globally competitive South African economy, characterised by inclusive growth and development, decent employment and equity, built on the full potential of all citizens.