Makgale Mohlala joined the Commission in 2000. He is currently the Divisional Manager of the Cartels Division. The Division is responsible for the investigation of cartels cases and the administration of the Commission’s Corporate Leniency Policy. Prior to that, he was a Principal Cartels Investigator in the Division and a Principal Analyst at the Enforcement and Exemptions Division from mid-2008 to July 2014. He has previously held the position of Principal Merger Analyst at the Mergers and Acquisitions Division, a position he occupied from early 2007 to mid-2008.
Mr Mohlala is credited for the establishment of the Cartels Division of the Commission, a division he oversaw at its early stages until it was formally launched. He led teams of investigators in some of the high profile cases investigated by the Commission such as the Cement Cartel investigation and the Construction Fast Track Settlement Project, including the 2010 FIFA World Cup Stadia investigations.
Mr Mohlala has a bachelor’s degree in Law (BProc.) from Vista University and an LLM degree in Corporate Law from the University of Pretoria. He is currently pursuing an MBL degree with the University of South Africa