amandla .mobi is a small team of activists, campaigners and community organisers who's role is not to lead, but serve our members in building a more just Mzansi. amandla .mobi believes it is important that the majority of team members represent our core membership; Black women. amandla .mobi is currently raising funds for an internship program for Black women.
Koketso Moeti is the Founder and Executive Director of amandla .mobi. She is also the former National Coordinator of Local Government Action and serves as the Deputy Chairperson of the SOS Coalition. She has a long background in civic activism and has over the years worked at the intersection of governance, communication and citizen action. Koketso is an Aspen New Voices Fellow and is a regular speaker and writer on social justice issues.
Thuli Ngubane is a campaigner and brings with her many years of actively being involved in the black struggle as a Black woman. She is also responsible for translating campaigns to isiXhosa. Thuli has a background in Grant administration, elections and has worked closely with community organisations such as Siyaphambili Youth Pioneers, a community based organisation in Soweto and Education against Poverty is based in Katlehong both of which primarily focus on literacy in poor black communities. When she is not campaigning, Thuli is a single mother, a sister, a friend, an advocate for social justice in high and low places.
Nqaba Mpofu is a campaigner based in the Western Cape. He brings extensive experience as a youth facilitator and curriculum developer at Fort Hare University. Nqaba is the lead isiZulu translator at amandla .mobi, and prior to joining the team, he played a key role on the campaign to get the 'No fee Varsity' Report released to the public. Nqaba is a partner and father.
Paul Mason is the Operations Coordinator. He is the organisation's first and last white male.