Henry Malinga is the chief director for supply chain policy at the National Treasury of the Republic of South Africa. He is responsible for the procurement reform process of the South African Government. His other responsibilities are to develop policies for Supply Chain and determine best practices in line with new developments in procurement. Prior to joining the public sector, he spent 11 years with South Africa’s largest gold mine, Anglogold, as Procurement Manager. He has also served three other organisations in various positions: Agricultural Corporation as Accountant, City Council as Auditor, and at a bank as Financial Advisor. He has spoken at numerous platforms on Supply Chain Management in Government, both in South Africa and in other countries. He represented the South African Government at the World Bank/DAC/OECD Roundtable, and is currently spearheading a project to create a cadre for Supply Chain Management both in the national government and local government (municipalities) in South Africa. He is a Fellow of the second class of the Africa Leadership Initiative-South Africa and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.