A world class team

Our people are leaders themselves and who come from all over Africa and the world, bring with them unique, diversified and professional expertise, accompanied with passion and compassion and a seamless blend of creativity, integrity, the ability to collaborate with people at all levels and an eagerness for problem-solving. 

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Anil Naidoo

Anil is the co-founder and Managing Director of the Indiba-Africa Group. The Indiba-Africa Group is a sought after partner by leading institutions, corporations and organisations in Africa and Asia. Anil has nineteen years of significant professional experience in human rights, the rule of law, strategy and organisation development.

Armand Perry

Armand is an Associate of Indiba-Africa Group and its National Representative in Swaziland. Armand is a U.S. educated and licensed attorney, also admitted as a Solicitor in England & Wales and is expected to be admitted as an Attorney in Swaziland in May 2014. Armand’s work focuses on human rights and good governance, with a particular interest in expanding access to justice by strengthening justice delivery mechanisms, enhancing court systems, and supporting rule of law initiatives.

Chiane Esther Maluleke

Chiane has widespread experience and understanding in the area of Child care.  She is a professional social worker with 8 years of experience as the Director of the National Department of Health’s Gender Focal Point. She is a member of the South African Women in Mining Association (SAWIMA) and has worked extensively on human rights and gender policy. Chiane has successfully established Gender Focal Points in all nine provincial Departments of Health with full and permanent staff compliments.

Ishara Bodasingh

Ishara is an Advocate of the High Court with extensive criminal law and litigation experience. She has played a leadership role in the spearheading South Africa’s national anti-corruption work, focussing on policy, monitoring, evaluation and international anti-corruption co-operation. She has a well-developed knowledge base on a range of developmental issues, including poverty reduction, public service reform, and governance,and has a solid track record as an effective public sector manager.

Maria Nassali

Maria is from Uganda, currently furthering her studies in South Africa. She is a consultant and an expert in governance, human rights, resource material production, gender and development discourse, constitutionalism and regional integration. Maria is a persuasive individual possessing strong oral, written communication and listening skills. She also has expertise in contract and relationship negotiations.

Michelle Odayan

Michelle is the Co-Founder of the Indiba-Africa Group. She is an Advocate of the High Court of South Africa, a social activist and entrepreneur with 15 years multisectoroal (government, private sector, donor agencies and civil society) professional experience in the areas of employment law, organisation development and change management, alternative dispute resolution, strategy development, policy formulation, project and programme management and process facilitation.

Monica Bowen-Schrire

Monica is from Guyana and lives and works in Sweden. She is a management and communications consultant and social science researcher based in Sweden. She works with strategic communication and research within corporate social responsibility for the energy industry in Sweden and has also worked on a number of occasions as a freelance consulting expert, evaluating information society technology projects for the European Commission.

Mpiwa Mwangiro

Mpiwa is a Zimbabwean, based in South Africa. She has a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) Degree,and has undergone intensive human rights training on the use of International and Regional Human Rights Mechanisms for the Advancement of Human Rights in Southern Africa. She has worked as Research Assistant for UNDP.

Professor William Kosar

Prof. William Kosar, CITP/FIBP, is a senior legal & regulatory advisor, trainer, project manager and institutional development professional. He has worked throughout the world assisting governments and private sector entities with legal reform, legislative drafting and capacity building. His special interests include Regional Trade Agreements, commercial law, PPPs, energy and water.

Prof. Kosar has taught in Kuwait as well as at numerous universities and colleges in Canada where he has delivered courses in International Trade Finance in addition to numerous courses on Commercial Law and International Business Management. In addition, over the past dozen years, Professor Kosar has taught the entire Forum for International Trade Training curriculum.

An author of two legal textbooks and numerous legal articles, he has worked in Sub-Saharan Africa, Afghanistan, the Middle East, the Balkans and Viet Nam.  Prof. Kosar is a Candidate Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and is a Certified International Trade Practitioner.

Rina M. Alluri

Rina has been working in the field of business, conflict and peace for over 8 years. She is currently an independent Peacebuilding Consultant and Associate Expert with Indiba-Africa and the Swiss Peace Foundation (swisspeace).

She offers advisory and consultancy services for businesses interested in corporate social responsibility, business and human rights, conflict sensitive business practices and company due diligence mechanisms. She supports NGOs in establishing safe space dialogue processes, raising awareness on issues such as natural resource conflicts and war economies and providing resources on company-community mediation processes. She advises governments in their development of research and policy on business and human rights, the implementation of the UN Guiding Principles and the role of embassies in engaging with company practices. She holds extensive assessment and qualitative field research experience from contexts such as Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Ethiopia and Rwanda.

Rina holds a MA from the Institute of Social Studies in The Hague (Netherlands) and a PhD in Political Science from the University of Basel (Switzerland). Her doctoral research focused on the role of local economic actors in contributing to peace and conflict in Sri Lanka. From 2011-2012, she was an associated doctoral student at the University of Colombo (Sri Lanka).

Sam Mwaura

Sam is a Kenyan and lives in South Africa. He specialises in evaluating financial aspects of evaluations and has conducted many European Commission assignments. His expertise lies in assessing the qualitative and quantitative aspects of Direct Budget Support.