Former anti-apartheid activist; Chairman, GAIN
Jay Naidoo was an anti-apartheid activist and founding General Secretary of the most militant labour movement that was at the centre of the struggle for freedom. He went on to become the Minster of Reconstruction and Development and then Telecommunications under President Nelson Mandela.
He is today the Chairperson of GAIN a global foundation fighting malnutrition and hunger in the world.
He has recently returned to full time voluntary work, and publishes a blog at www.thejustcause.org. Jay’s recently published autobiography, 'Fighting for Justice', is available in leading bookstores.