Angie holds a BA (Social Work) degree from the University of the North, a Management Certificate from Arthur D Little Management School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and an SMME Management Certificate from Galilee College in Israel.
Mr. Mphomela has strong business and corporate governance experience; active in community arts related to governance.
Employed as senior Consultant at Zama Bhengu Consulting and also Managing Member of Vukusebenze Investments, a property company.
Acknowledged as one of South Africa’s leading arts administrators, Shadrack Bokaba is the Managing Director of the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra (JPO), Chief Executive Officer of the South African Music Education Trust, as well as founding Chairperson of the Association of Professional Orchestras of South Africa.
She’s a co-founder and Board member of Opera Free State. She is currently a Chairperson of Correctional Supervision and Parole Board.
She is the Executive Director of the Cape Craft & Design Institute which she was employed to establish in 2001 following research commissioned by the provincial government in to the economic potential of the craft and design sector.
Artistic Director and co-founder of the Sibikwa Arts Centre in Benoni. Phyllis has been involved in development theatre and training for over thirty years.
Advocate Lidovho is currently appointed as a Legal Advisor to the Vice Chancellor and Principal at the University of Venda.
Joined the NAC on April 2004 as the Board Secretary, she previously worked for the HSRC for 10 years as an Administrator. Mary Anne studied Public Relations, Communications and currently pursuing her path Corporate Governance.
Johnny Masilela is a journalist (former editor at Sunday Sun), author, screenwriter and active member of Ijima Letuthuko, a collective of intellectuals and traditionalists spearheaded by Ndebele monarch King Mayitjha III, with its main objective being to preserve and record Ndebele art and oral literature.
Ms Mavuso is a member of Imbumba Yamakhosikazi Akomkhulu (IYA), an organization of Queens and Wives of Traditional Leaders of the Eastern Cape Province.
Dandheni Andrew Nhlangwini is best known for his interpretative works that reflect traditional African narratives and oral histories, an area in which George Pemba was a pioneer.
He has strong leadership and governance orientation; deep understanding of the potential of arts and culture in nation building, social cohesion and the role of the NAC; committed to rebuilding the integrity and image of the NAC and demonstrates understanding of required governance measures.
Mr Ntshangase is currently doing M.A. (Zulu): University of KwaZulu-Natal (PMB) and serving few non-professionals boards and is also serves the following professional boards: National Arts Council (NAC), NAC Sub – Committee: Audit Risk Committee, Cebisa Co-operative Bank, Board Sub – Committee: Education and chairperson of KZN Provincial Arts Council: Dept. of Arts, Culture (KZN).
Ray Phiri is the Honorary Head and Guitarist at Ray Phiri Arts Institute in Mpumalanga.
Nakedi Ribane is a South African actress and author. She was fashion and beauty editor, co-owner of a modeling agency and former model. She anchored/hosted SABC talk shows Motswako, Opposite and Equal and Eva.
Bongani Tembe has received international recognition as one of Africa’s leading arts administrators.
UCT Diploma in Education and Educator /Organiser since 1996 till 2009 in SAMWU and EDUCATOR /ORGANISER in COSATU from 2009 till today was a Board member of LGSETA(Local Government SETA), Provincial Skills Committee in DOL(Department of Labour) Provincial DOL UIF APPEALS Committee member presently.
Dominic Thorburn is Professor and Chair of Fine Art at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa.