SAVE THE DATE: Our first event is on February 21st at the Norton Rose Fulbright Auditorium. Wayne Duvenage, CEO of OUTA, will be speaking on OUTA’s role as a civil intervention organisation, plus an overview of the State Capture issue and why their role / challenge was (and remains) important. Click on our News page for articles on this topic, with statements from Wayne Duvenage. More information to follow.
Our 2018 events include:
- Our March event is an exciting interaction between Jay Naidoo and Kumi Naidoo and invited delegates on the topic ‘African Leadership’. Not to be missed! Full details out soon.
- In May we will be hosting a panel of key financial figures (to be confirmed: Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng; Jay Naidoo; Ms Magda Wierzycka; Pravin Gordhan) discussing corruption and State Capture under the heading ‘The role of Civil Society and the Judiciary in rooting out corruption’. Additionally, under the spotlight will be ‘Why corruption doesn’t pay, and have any lessons been learned from the current consequences?’ This is a high-level invitation-only event, with a lively debate expected!
- Dr Mamphela Ramphele introducing ‘Re-imagine South Africa’ in conversation with industry leaders
- 2 dinners hosted by our Patron for selected CEOs
- The hosting by Annie Lennox of a 30% Club function
- For the golfing enthusiast, ‘The Ambassadors Cup of Nations’ in September hosted by Nedbank Private Wealth
- 3 Thought Leadership lunches hosted by Nedbank Private Wealth in their Executive Dining Room
- The possibility, depending on his availability, of a presentation by Murad Al-Katib, Executive Chairman of AGT Foods and this year’s winner of World Entrepreneur of the Year
- Various interactive workshops facilitated by Dr Morne Mostert, Professor Arnold Smit and other leading figures
- Trade commissions are being planned between Nigeria and South Africa, participating SADC countries and South Africa, and Canada and South Africa.