Grant runs McNulty Consulting and is an experienced researcher and project manager. He focuses on making cultural content in African languages available online. He has held various positions at University College London and the University of Cape Town (UCT) including a post-doctoral research fellowship at the Archive and Public Culture Research Initiative. He has an MA in Zulu (University of KwaZulu-Natal) and a PhD in Social Anthropology (UCT).
Niall McNulty is a digital specialist, publisher and author with experience in the academic, local government and tourism sectors as well as the educational publishing industry. He is a publishing manager at Cambridge University Press. He is at the forefront of researching and developing technologies for creating interactive e-books, websites and apps to enhance teaching and learning. Read more at: niallmcnulty.com
Siboniso Mbongiseni Langa is a Zulu content generator, researcher and practising poet. His work focuses on Zulu oral and material culture, its promotion and preservation. In 2018 he completed an internship programme at the National Heritage Council under the Living Heritage Unit. He holds Bachelor’s and Honours degrees in Community and Development studies from the University of KwaZulu-Natal and is currently enrolled in Master of Social Science in the same field.