The six members of our board guide our mission and vision.
The board’s tasks are many: ensuring Corruption Watch meets its legal requirements; making sure the organisation is well run and is on a sound financial footing; and that all its constituencies are represented.
At the bottom of each board member’s profile is a link to a signed declaration of their interests outside Corruption Watch. For security reasons, personal details such as identity numbers and residential addresses have been blackened out.
Karam Singh spent the last 10 years or so in senior management for various leading public organisations and a global philanthropy. Previously, he held leading positions with the South African Human Rights Commission with particular expertise in the area of socio-economic rights and most recently, led OSF-SA’s access to justice initiatives.
Dr Mzukisi Qobo
Author, thought leader, political risk analyst and public speaker, Dr Mzukisi Qobo advises organisations on mitigating political risks and helps them to capture opportunities from regulation. He previously worked at the Department of Trade and Industry as chief director for trade policy, and drafted the current South African trade policy and strategy framework.