Good Governance Africa (GGA) is an independent and registered non-profit organisation, established to
promote better governance in Africa. GGA opened its first centre in Johannesburg in February 2012 to
focus on the 16 countries in the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
Three years later, GGA opened an office in Accra for English-speaking West Africa: Gambia, Ghana,
Liberia and Sierra Leone. This office now also includes several Portuguese-speaking countries: Cabo
Verde, Equatorial Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, São Tomé and Principe. GGA opened its Lagos office in Nigeria
in November 2015 to represent Africa’s largest population and one of the largest economies. In 2019
they opened GGA-Z in Harare, a centre dedicated to Zimbabwe.
GGA will be setting up other centres across Africa, with each one responsible for managing and
developing its geographic and language region.
For more information please visit: www.gga.org