Lindiwe Ndlela

Lindiwe Ndlela

Acting Head of GTAC

Lindiwe Ndlela has dedicated her career to supporting democracy and governance in government. Lindiwe has worked in local government policy research and programme management since 1995 and she has expertise in knowledge management, monitoring and evaluation, inter-governmental relations, strategic planning, policy research and analysis and capacity development in government. She has worked at all levels of government with organisations including South African Local Government Association (SALGA), Institute for the Democratic Alternative (IDASA) and Palmer Development Group (PDG).

Lindiwe holds a BA in Law and Industrial Sociology and a Master’s Degree in Local Governance and Development from the University of the Witwatersrand. She joined GTAC in May 2017.

Ronette Engela

Ronette Engela

Deputy Director-General: Public Expenditure and Policy Analysis

Ronette Engela has extensive experience in the South African government. For the past 20 years she has led a number of key change initiatives at the centre of government to improve programme planning, monitoring and evaluation. She has worked in the Treasury budget environment and in the policy analysis space in the Presidency.

Before joining GTAC, Ronette was a Deputy Director-General at the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation in the Presidency. 

Ronette has a background as an activist and an MA degree from the University of the Witwatersrand.

Boitumelo Mashilo

Boitumelo Mashilo

Chief Director: Capital Project Appraisals unit

Boitumelo Mashilo is the Chief Director overseeing the Capital Project Appraisals unit. Boitumelo holds a Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Pretoria, amongst other qualifications. He has been in the public sector for more than 10 years and worked for the erstwhile Umsobomvu Youth Fund, the National Treasury and Transnet before joining GTAC in 2015.

Emmanuelle Gille

Emmanuelle Gille

Chief Director: Institutional Development Support unit

Emmanuelle has worked in project management internationally and joined the National Treasury in 2011. She has lived in South Africa since 1995 and she holds a Master’s Degree in Public and Development Management from the University of the Witwatersrand.

Tumi Moleke

Tumi Moleke

Chief Director: Transaction Advisory Services and PPP unit

Tumi Moleke has been with National Treasury’s PPP unit since 2005. The unit provides technical assistance and support to institutions undertaking large and complex transactions. The functions include planning support, feasibility studies, procurement and negotiation support. Project management and commercial project structuring are areas of specialisation.

Elaine Venter

Elaine Venter

Acting Chief Director: Strategy, Management and Communication

Elaine holds a double Master’s, her first is International Law from the University of Johannesburg and the second in Development Studies from Cambridge University. She has 25 years’ experience in international development and has held leadership positions in a range of government and global institutions including the South African Police Service, National Treasury and well as at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP): The Reginal Service Centre for Africa.

She joined GTAC in 2019 and is responsible for strategic partnership and the Public Economics Capacity Building Programme(PECBP).

Ntuthuzelo Gobozi

Ntuthuzelo Gobozi

Acting Chief Director: Professional Service Procurement

Ntuthuzelo Gobozi holds a B. Juris, LLB degrees from Fort Hare University, Certificate in Compliance Management from UCT, and Post Graduate Diplomas in Forensic Investigation (UJ) and in Public Management and Administration (Potchefstroom). His earlier positions include Professional Assistant: Legal Aid South Africa, Deputy Director: Financial Governance and Deputy Director Contract Management at Eastern Cape Provincial Treasury. He is registered on a roll of non-practising attorneys with the Legal Profession Council of South Africa.

Ezré van Wyk

Ezré van Wyk

Director: Human Capital Management and Corporate Services unit

Ezré van Wyk holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Industrial Psychology and HR Management, and a Bachelor of Commerce Honours Degree in Business Management from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, and Master of Commerce degree in Business Management from the University of Johannesburg.  She has extensive HR experience and has worked as an HR Specialist: Organisational Development in the National Treasury. Ezré joined the National Treasury as a Graduate Intern in Human Resources Management in 2012. She is a registered member of the South African Board for People Practices (SABPP) and a certified Ethics Officer with the Ethics Institute of South Africa.

Markus Rautenbach

Markus Rautenbach

Chief Director of the Finance unit

Markus Rautenbach oversees the financial and management accounting functions in GTAC. He joined the National Treasury in 2008. Markus passed the qualifying examination of the Public Accountants and Auditors Board in 1996, where he obtained his CA(SA). He completed his articles with Kessel Feinstein in 1997.

Najwah Edries

Najwah Edries

Deputy Director-General Employment Facilitation and manages Jobs Fund

Najwah has worked extensively in the public sector in key executive management roles focussing on organisational transformation and promoting inclusive economic growth. She currently heads up the Jobs Fund, a multi-year R9 billion fund established by the government to encourage innovation and support initiatives with the potential to generate sustainable employment. The Jobs Fund co-finances interventions that will significantly contribute to job creation and partners with public, private and non-governmental organisations to achieve these objectives.

Johnson Matshivha

Johnson Matshivha

Acting Chief Director: Municipal Finance Improvement Programme (MFIP)

Johnson Matshivha has worked extensively in various government departments and municipalities as well as having worked for government agencies like the Competition Commission and the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA). He is also currently the Director of Technical Support responsible for SCM & Municipal Support within the MFIP. The overall objective of the MFIP is to facilitate sustainable improvements in local government financial management through the provision of targeted technical support to National Treasury, Provincial Treasuries and Municipalities.