With less than two weeks to go until South Africa's General Elections on May 7, many of the politically-sussed Famous Faces will be involved with the election coverage before and after THE day. This includes: Siki Mgabadeli, Aubrey Matshiqi, Jeremy Maggs
, Iman Rappetti
and Justice Malala
Speaking of politically connected, the first public showcase for Zelda La Grange
- a speaker I predict will become globally-in-demand as a speaker, was held at Melrose Arch. Madiba's
right hand for 19 years gave an engrossed audience of event organisers, a taste of the story she is now willing to share. Her insights into the man whose life touched and affected hundreds of millions across the globe, is unique, moving, and full of the lessons so many want, and need to hear.
addressed the SAB M S & D Cape Town Conference to high acclaim and here's a typical comment after his presentation to Santam the day after: "You are an awesome public speaker. I only went to bed @ 4am that day, but when you started speaking I was very awake ! Your passion for your subject was felt. Thanks to God for blessing you so richly and thanks to you for accepting the gig and blessing us so richly"
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Ordinarily, a SONA that coincides with celebrations of twenty years of democracy should be an opportunity to inspire South Africans towards the greatness I know is in all of us. Well, I am not holding my breath.
13 February 2014
Statement by Herman Mashaba, Chairman, Free Market Foundation
22 July 2013
Does South Africa now have a labour government?
Date: 22 July 2013
I can come to no other conclusion. We now have a labour government in South Africa. In response to my criticisms of our country?s diabolical labour laws, which have caused 7.9 million people to be unemployed according to the latest statistics, I find myself confronted in debates by representatives of labour unions, not the Ministry, or the Department of Labour, or the parliamentarians in charge of the labour portfolio in parliament who are responsible for labour legislation.
Rich Mulholland, founder and CEO of Missing Link reminds that the speaker you select can make or break a conference.
5 May 2012