Political Analysis South Africa (Pty) Ltd is a consulting firm and news publication that provides authoritative research, analysis, training and intelligence on political, economic, social and governance issues in South Africa and the African continent. We provide political consulting services to political and policy decision makers, interest groups and political parties, as well as as non-governmental organisations and businesses that operate in the South African and African political and economic environment. If you would like to get hold of us, please use one of the contact methods listed below.
Email: email@example.com (General Enquiries and Consulting), firstname.lastname@example.org (Articles and Press Releases)
Tel: +27 (0) 11 083 7768 or +27 (0) 76 429 2426 (available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
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Bernard Owusu-Sekyere possesses postgraduate qualifications in Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies and Theology and Development from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Bernard has over 15 years’ experience in development consulting and conflict resolution training, and previously worked for the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Political Science Department. He has published extensively on governance, monitoring and evaluation, leadership development, peace and security issues on the African continent, and he currently heads all training and consulting related to leadership development and conflict management at Political Analysis South Africa.
Faraaz Mahomed holds postgraduate qualifications in International Relations and Clinical Psychology from the University of Witwatersrand and the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Faraaz is an adept researcher specialised in a number of areas, including International Development, Policy Development and Analysis, Mental Healthcare and Human Rights, Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods. Faraaz previously worked for Amnesty International, the Gauteng Department of Health, and is currently responsible for analysis and intelligence at Political Analysis South Africa.
Libongo Ndabula possesses postgraduate qualifications in International Relations and Law from the Rhodes University. Libongo is an accomplished tactician and strategist, an ability that sees her heading the Strategy and Corporate Development function at Political Analysis South Africa and for all client training and consulting in Corporate Governance, Public Governance and Political Party Management.
Papa Saint Molakeng holds postgraduate qualifications in Journalism and Media Studies from the University of Witwatersrand. Papa Saint is a highly experienced journalist with competencies in copy editing and journalistic reporting in politics, labour law and business. Papa Saint previously worked as a Chief copy editor, layout subeditor and book reviewer for Media 24’s Real magazine. Papa Saint Molakeng has also previously worked with almost all of South Africa’s mainstream news publications, including Business Day, the Citizen, The Times, the Sowetan, and Sunday World, as well as entertainment publications such as Drum Magazine and the Sunday Sun. At Political Analysis South Africa, Papa Saint Molakeng deputises Roger Martins in content production, editorial services, quality control and communications.
Roger Martins holds postgraduate qualifications in English and Marketing from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Roger is a multitalented individual and oversees all content production, editorial services, quality control and communications at Political Analysis South Africa. Roger has extensive experience in marketing, copywriting and corporate communications, and he takes the lead for our flagship Political and Economic Risk Briefing and all open source analysis provided on the Political Analysis South website.
Tiffani Wesley holds graduate qualifications in International Affairs and Law from George Washington University and William & Mary School of Law. Tiffani is an admitted attorney and specialises in legal aspects associated with development objectives, parliamentary monitoring and advocacy, international law, public participation and public governance. Tiffani previously worked for the South African Human Rights Commission and the HOPE Fair Housing Center in Wheaton, Illinois. Tiffani takes the lead on all non-governmental organisation (NGO) projects at Political Analysis South Africa.