Craig Moffat, PhD is the Head of Programme: Governance Delivery and Impact for Good Governance Africa. He has more than 17 years of practical experience working for government institutions and multilateral organisations. He was previously employed by the South African Foreign Service, where he worked extensively at identifying and analysing security threats towards South Africa as well as the southern Africa region. Previously, he was the political advisor for the Pretoria Regional Delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross. He holds a PhD in Political Science from Stellenbosch University.

Stuart is a Junior Researcher in the Governance Delivery and Impact programme at Good Governance Africa. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Security and Strategic Studies from the University of Pretoria. His dissertation explored the linkages between marginalisation and insecurity, looking at the securitisation of service delivery protests in South Africa. Before joining Good Governance Africa, He was a Junior Research Fellow with the Centre for Law and Society at the University of Cape Town. Before that, he worked as a research consultant at the Institute of Security Studies with the Justice and Violence Prevention Programme and as a Junior Lecturer for the Department of Political Sciences at the University of Pretoria.

Nompumelelo Mtsweni has over three years experience working for and with different companies in different sectors, focusing on web development, qualitative user experience, research, data and visualisations. She is  committed to the use of technology to maximize the efficient communication of information to the public and to policymakers. To this end, she has worked in collaboration with Afrimapr,  and the University of Pretoria’s Data Science for Social Impact group on collating datasets of health facilities and capacities in South Africa. She has participated, with support from Datastory in Sweden, in the C40 cities  against climate change challenge. Nompumelelo has done background research and writing for journalists, with support from OpenUp and the Journalismfund.eu. She has been shortlisted for Google’s Get Ahead: Top Black Talent programme, and has also taken courses in computer science and information systems at the University of Cape Town.