Mr. Imtiaz ABDULLA, Vice President


Place of Birth: Kwa Zulu Natal

Postal address: PO Box 324 Bruma 2026
Business Address: 230 Louis Botha Ave, 1st Floor Selboune House, Orange Grove, Johannesburg.
 
Work Phone: 011-6152538
Mobile: 0829045450
Fax: 0866723506
email: iabdulla@netactive.co.za

Qualifications background

  • Corporate Wellness Qualification from the Institute of Aerobic Research in Dallas TexaCorporate Texas
  • Sports Rehabilitation Diploma from the American College of Sports Medicine
  • Gym Management Diploma from the University of Pretoria.
  • Diploma in Fitness Leadership from ITC College
  • Small Business Management Diploma from the Wits Business School.
  • Currently studying through The South African Institute of Financial Markets for the International Investment Advice Certificate (IIAC) and completing an MBA through Business School of Netherlands. Also awaiting enrolment into the Robert Gordon University – Scotland (correspondence)
Sports background
  • 7th Dan Black Belt Karate, 6th Dan Black belt Kobudo, 6th Dan Black Belt Taekwondo
  • Past President of the Karate Association of South Africa, the controlling authority for Karate in South Africa.
  • President Union of African Karate Federation, a Confederation of Karate in Africa. It has 52 affiliated countries and 4.5 million members.
  • Past President Martial Arts Authority of South Africa President World Karate Promotion Foundation (Africa) and Vice President World Karate Promotion Foundation
  • Vice President World Karate Federation International Federation of karate with 167 member countries and 50 million members
Experience
  • 1980-1982 Workshop Production Director, Interiors International - Responsible for the production of specialist furniture manufacturing. Included managing a staff of 60, developing budgets, and operating and expanding the business. This is a family business.
  • 1983-1985 Electronic Telecommunication Technician, Teltech- Quality control and manufacturing and testing of SA128 telephone exchanges.
  • 1985-1989 Health and Fitness Consultant, including implementating and managing of health and wellness centres for the Altech Executive Program.
  • 1993-1997 Founder and CEO of IKKO Health and Wellness systems, a consultancy dealing with all matters on health and wellness.
  • 1998 - 2000 General Manager of the 7th All Africa Games. This included managing – 
                         - a procurement budget of R179 million,
                         - a human resources, games services and capital projects budget of R 70 million,
                         - the building of the All Africa Games village to the value R 200 million.
  • 2000 - 2002 CEO of African Legends Financial Services (Proprietary) Limited, a financial services subsidiary of the African Legends Limited.
  • 2002 – 2003 Executive Director of ENF Strategy Advisors (Proprietary) Limited, the public sector consulting arm of Nedcor Investment Bank Limited
  • 2000-2006 Executive Chairman Avalanche-SA a consulting and Investment Company founded by Mr. Abdulla and Dr. Pather. CEO Veterans Holdings (Pty) Ltd
  • 2006 to current Chairman Ukubona Holdings (Pty) Ltd Chairman Securelink (Pty) Ltd Executive Director Sky Petroleum Ltd Chairman yorkshire Oil and Gas SA (Pty) Ltd Vice President Yorkshire Petroleum Ltd - Nigeria
Political background
  • Treasurer ANC Johannesburg regional
  • Founding member of the Non Racial Sports Movement that created the National Sports and Olympic Sports Congress
  • Founding member of the National Sports Council Founding member of National Olympic Committee of South Africa
  • Assisted in drafting the white paper on Sports in South Africa.
  • President Union of African Karate Federation
  • President African International Bodyguard and Security Association (IBSSA)
  • Vice President International Bodyguard and Security Association (IBSSA)
  • Vice President World Koshiki Karate Federation (Tokyo, Japan)
Deals involved in
  • Total SA BEE
  • Harmony Gold African Legend Bid
  • Epiuse Ukubona / Edison Merger
  • Stanlib BEE

Extraordinary 60th Session of UNODC CND in Vienna

The Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) was established by Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) resolution 9(I) in 1946 to assist the ECOSOC in supervising the application of the international drug control treaties. In 1991, the General Assembly (GA) expanded the mandate of the CND to enable it to function as the governing body of the UNODC. ECOSOC resolution 1999/30 requested the CND to structure its agenda with two distinct segments: a normative segment for discharging treaty-based and normative functions; and an operational segment for exercising the role as the governing body of UNODC.

Executive Protection course in South Carolina, USA between 9-15 April 2017

Executive Protection course in South Carolina between 9-15 April 2017

Report of the IBSSA President ANNEX 1

My dear Friends, honoured IBSSA members, Since our last meeting in October 2015 / Budapest a heavy Year is over, and as You may know we planned this Congress already in November 2016, but due to the Election Campaign and changing the President of US it was necessary to postpone the event to February 2017!

This will be the 3rd time that we have our Congress in the USA, but since the last one we had a very dynamic development and IBSSA is growing day-by-day, many new members join us, new cooperation and activities!