Pushing The Envelope On Leadership Literacy With UDM Leader General Bantu Holomisa – 11/10/17

Pushing The Envelope On Leadership Literacy With UDM Leader General Bantu Holomisa – 11/10/17

On Wednesday 11 October 2017 The 1873 FM was blessed to have the interview with UDM Leader General Bantu Holomisa Pushing The Envelope On Leadership Literacy. General Bantu Holomisa who has been in politics for a very long time share with us on his life during the struggle in South Africa. Click on the soundcloud link below and listen to what went down.

 

Leadership is not a quick 100m race, it is a lifelong marathon.

Leadership is not a quick 100m race, it is a lifelong marathon.

What is leadership? What is expected from a leader? Do leaders really exist or humans do?

In your leadership journey, it may at times feel tiring, and you may feel like you’re ascending those 5164 steps of the Great Wall of China. At times it may feel lonely and cold, as if you too are running from Tomtor to Oymyakon. There may be times where it’s a lot of fun, and you feel like you’re doing the Walt Disney World marathon. Other times, it may be scenic, and you will feel like you’re beating against the cool Cape Town breeze as you take part in the Two Oceans marathon. No matter where you are in your leadership journey and no matter what it has felt like in the past or how it feels like at the present moment, you must build up your endurance capacity so that you may run and run well. #Leadership #The1873Network #The1873FM #The1873TV

Tune in on www.the1873fm.com if you want to understand and learn about leadership.

By Raphael C Moyo

21 AUGUST 2017 – A DAY TO REMEMBER

21 AUGUST 2017 – A DAY TO REMEMBER

Today we met to review and explore how best the radio program entitled Shifting The Paradigm on empowerment could be best structure.

What is a paradigm? When people talk of empowerment it is clear what mindset informs most of the ideas around it. We talk of presumed humanly created impediments that are alleged to military against the delivery of the promise of life to all.

We learn that the inequality that characterises human life could possibly be a result of some form of human engineering.

We need your views of the idea of empowerment. What is it? Why is it necessary?

Do you think empowerment and other forms of social engineering speak to the true human spirit?

 

The 1873 Mentee Circle – Mentorship Framework Episode 2

The 1873 Mentee Circle – Mentorship Framework Episode 2

Literacy Shows On The Continental Sunrise Lessons From Wendy Appelbaum – 22 May 2017

Literacy Shows On The Continental Sunrise Lessons From Wendy Appelbaum – 22 May 2017


One of the 99 Points of Light whose life journeys have lessons for any who aspires to climb the steep mountain of opportunities that Africa offers.
Wendy Donna Appelbaum is a Non-Executive Director of Sphere Private Equity. In this role, she brings a wide range of experience and expertise to the firm through several significant positions held during her career. Ms. Appelbaum is the Chair of the De Morgenzon Estate, a wine farm and agricultural business in Stellenbosch, a Director of the Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre and a Director of Victory Enterprises (Pty) Limited. She has many years of experience as a Board Director and a business woman, enabling her to make a significant contribution to the affairs of the firm. Previously, Ms. Appelbaum was the Deputy Chairman of Women’s Investment Portfolio Limited; the Deputy Chairperson of Connection Group Holdings and a Non-Executive Director of Liberty Investors Limited. She is a Trustee of The Tribune Trust; the Donald Gordon Foundation; Children’s Haemophilia and Oncology Centre; the World-Wide Fund for Nature South Africa; and the Helen Suzman Foundation. She is a Member of Harvard University’s Women’s Leadership Board and the Global Philanthropists’ Circle. Ms. Appelbaum is also a Member and sits on the committee of the International Women’s Forum. For many years, Ms. Appelbaum was a Director of Business Arts South Africa. She was honored as one of the Leading Woman Entrepreneurs of the World in 2006 by Leading Woman Entrepreneurs of the World.

Literacy Shows On The Friday Morning Rush With Isabel Dos Santos – 19 May 2017.

Literacy Shows On The Friday Morning Rush With Isabel Dos Santos – 19 May 2017.

One of the 99 Points of Light whose life journeys have lessons for any who aspires to climb the steep mountain of opportunities that Africa offers.
ISABEL DOS SANTOS born 20 April 1973 is an Angolan investor considered by Forbes to be the richest woman not only in Angola, but the whole of Africa. In 2013, according to research by Forbes, her net worth had reached more than three billion US dollars, making her Africa’s first billionaire woman. She is the daughter of Angola’s President José Eduardo dos Santos, who has ruled the country since 1979.

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Literacy Shows On The Continental Sunrise Lessons From Folorunsho Alakija – 18 May 2017

Literacy Shows On The Continental Sunrise Lessons From Folorunsho Alakija – 18 May 2017


One of the 99 Points of Light whose life journeys have lessons for any who aspires to climb the steep mountain of opportunities that Africa offers.
FOLORUNSO ALAKIJA is a Nigerian businesswoman born on July 15 1951 in Ikorodu, Lagos, one of the richest African women and also one of the richest black women in the world, In 2014 she unseated Oprah Winfrey as the richest woman of African descent in the world. She is a business tycoon involved in the fashion, oil and printing industries. She is the group managing director of The Rose of Sharon Group which consists of The Rose of Sharon Prints & Promotions Limited and Digital Reality Prints Limited and the executive vice-chairman of Famfa Oil Limited. Alakija is ranked by Forbes as the richest woman in Nigeria with an estimated net worth of $2.1 billion.

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Literacy Shows on Continental Sunrise Lessons from Irene Charnley – 17 May 2017

Literacy Shows on Continental Sunrise Lessons from Irene Charnley – 17 May 2017


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Irene Charnley (born 6 May 1960) is a former trade unionist and businesswoman from South Africa. Charnley first made her mark on the African business community as a negotiator for South Africa’s National Union of Mineworkers where she spent 13 years co-ordinating various divisions of union operations, She went on to become an executive director for the MTN Group, which is Africa’s largest telecommunications company.

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