Today the board of Corruption Watch announced that Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane has stepped down as chair after three years in that position, but will remain on the board. Mavuso Msimang, a board member since 2012, will take over as chair with immediate effect.
“We are incredibly grateful to the Archbishop for his inspiring leadership and integrity and for his singular contribution to the work of Corruption Watch over these past years,” said David Lewis, executive director of Corruption Watch. “We are also delighted that someone of the calibre of Mavuso will assume this position, particularly at this extremely critical time in South Africa as our work becomes ever more urgent.”
Msimang is currently the CEO of the Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Foundation, and is a distinguished ANC veteran.
For more information:
Moira Campbell – 083 995 4711
David Lewis – 082 576 3748