The Road to 2024 – What Needs to Happen for South Africa to Survive and Thrive?
Hybrid Event – 4 August 2022, 15:00 for 15:30 start – 16:30
We are delighted to announce that Wayne Duvenage from the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) will be addressing us on “The Road to 2024 – What Needs to Happen for South Africa to Survive and Thrive?” This event will be hosted by our esteemed member, The Da Vinci Institute on Thursday the 4th of August at 15:00. Please arrive at 15:00 for a prompt 15:30 start and we will end at 16:30.
The Da Vinci Institute
16 Park Avenue
You may register for this event by clicking on the RSVP button below. Please note we are only able to accommodate 40 people. Therefore this will be a hybrid event and you may either attend in person or participate via our live streaming facility. Please indicate in your RSVP which option you choose.
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Much of his working life was spent at Avis, where he was the Chief Executive between 2007 and 2012, whilst also fulfilling board member roles at the SA Vehicle Renting and Leasing Association (SAVRALA) and the Tourism Business Council of SA (TBCSA).
Wayne chaired the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA) initiative since its inception in March 2012, which later became the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse and expanded its mandate to tackle broader issues related to public sector maladministration and corruption. Today, OUTA is regarded as a leading civil activist organisation in the fight to address the abuse of authority within the public sector.
Wayne schooled in Kwazulu Natal and is a B.SC graduate of the University of Natal. He describes himself as a realist, activist, writer, speaker, change agent, entrepreneur, and family man all harbored in one restless soul. His favourite quote is by Tyree Scott who once said: “You can’t leave those who created the problem, in charge of finding the solution.”