Lorraine Hlapolosa does a book review on Leadership In A Week by Carol O’Connor. If you were the first to achieve anything, would you want to be the last? Find out more about the fascinating and inspiring life of Mamokgethi Phakeng – Professor and Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research and Internationalisation at UCT. She was the first black woman to get a OHD in Mathematics, in South Africa, and is also the winner of the Businesswoman of South Africa 2016 Education award.

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Dawn Nathan-Jones is an entrepreneur, former CEO of Imperial Car Rental Division and Europcar SA, a ‘shark’ on M-Net’s Shark Tank show and mentor of young talent. The panel zooms in on her leadership journey.

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The team has a conversation with Yusuf Abramjee – an Activist Leader, Consultant, Ambassador for Interpol and GCOB (Grand Counsellor of the Boabab) and social cohesion advocate. He is also former Head of News and Current Affairs at Primedia Broadcasting.

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The panel zooms in on Athol Williams – from Executive to Poet. At the height of his successful international business career, he foregoes wealth and status to pursue his passion to use education… and his writing to enable and inspire others to thrive.

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The conversation continues around inspiring one another, but it’s with ordinary South Africans that are doing it as part of their lives.

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The team zooms in on Wilhelm Crous, the managing director of Knowledge Resources, a business he started in 1991. They are joined by Theo Veldsman from UJ in this in-depth look at Wilhelm’s leadership journey.

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The team reviews the interviews done by the mayors of Tshwane (Solly Msimanga) and Johannesburg (Herman Mashaba), just before they were Mayoral candidates.

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Adriaan and Louis chat to Founder and CEO of USN Albé Geldenhuys, about his leadership journey from salesman at a gym to international business owner.

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Adriaan, Louis and Ellis speak with Catherine Constantinides and Sibongile Khumalo about their recent trip to the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, in New York.

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