Acting Secretary

Mosoro Appointed as DJAG Acting Secretary

Minister for Justice and Attorney General Pila Niningi announced the decision today.

“This has provided clarity now for the DJAG to function as it should and has restored staff morale. We would like to reaffirm the government’s commitment to providing the highest standards of legal and justice services to the agencies of government and the people of PNG,” said Minister Niningi.

He said the acting appointment was required to allow DJAG Dr. Eric Kwa to take paid leave pending the outcome of the alleged criminal charges laid against him for dangerous driving causing death.

Declared public holidays for Easter period

Acting secretary, Taies Sansan, says this is further to circular instruction No.30 of 2018 on public holidays for this year.




Good Friday


Public servants ready to uphold core values

The group included public servants from central agencies and provincial representatives from Gulf, Milne Bay, Northern (Oro) and Western provinces.

Taies Sansan, Acting Secretary for the Department of Personnel Management, said all public servants can be leaders in effectively delivering services at the national, provincial and district levels.

“To shape the future of our nation we need leaders in the public service that are ethical, capable and values-based,” she said.

Senior public servants sworn in

The signing took place before Governor General Sir Bob Dadae and Acting Secretary for the Department of Personnel Management, Taies Sansan.

Five senior public servants had their employment contracts executed by Sir Bob Dadae today at the Government house.

Gulf and Morobe provincial administrators, Marc Orisuru Avai and Bart Ipambonj, will be the provincial heads for the next four years.