Sekoetlane (they/them) is a development worker and activist with over 10 years’ experience advancing information and communication rights in Africa. Early in their career, Sekoetlane worked with the Save Our SABC Coalition where they led social accountability campaigns and litigation which turned the tide of political interference and trenchant corruption at the South African Broadcasting Corporation. They have since worked at the intersections of information and communication rights, technology and human rights, leading policy advocacy initiatives on these topics in Africa at the Association for Progressive Communications and, subsequently, with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung as Program Manager for the Foundation’s regional media program for Africa fesmedia Africa. Sekoetlane’s track-record as an organiser and policy advocate on integrity and good-governance saw them being appointed to South Africa’s  Presidential National Anti-Corruption Advisory Council (NACAC).