Nelson Themba Godi (born 10 August 1966 in Matsavana) is a South African politician and a former member of the National Assembly. As deputy parliamentary leader of the Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania, he was suspended by PAC's president, Motsoko Pheko, in September 2006. He the former chairperson of Parliament's key public accounts (Scopa) committee.
He continued to serve as deputy leader of the PAC until the floor-crossing period of 2007, when he left the party with the PAC seat and formed the African Peoples' Convention on September 4, 2007. He was joined by Mofihli Dikotsi, the PAC's Chief Whip in parliament, and two MPLs: Eastern Cape MPL Zingisa Mkabile and Gauteng MPL Malesela Ledwaba. Godi was the first MP to cross the floor during the window period.
- Msomi, S'thembiso (20 April 2010) Scopa: It's David vs Goliath--Minister's snub can't go unchecked, The Times (South Africa), Retrieved November 11, 2010 ("The David, in this case, is the multi-party Standing Committee on Public Accounts, chaired by the straight-talking Themba Godi," includes picture of Godi)
- (8 May 2010) Gloves off for Scopa meeting, Daily Dispatch, Retrieved November 11, 2010
- Keet, Jacques (4 September 2007). Godi leaves PAC for African People's Convention, Mail & Guardian, Retrieved November 11, 2010