PHUMLANI M. MAJOZI

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Phumlani speaking in Nairobi, Kenya, on the historical failures of centrally planned economies in June 2016.

Phumlani is a public speaker, and has given 9 talks since August 2015. Below is the list of his talks:

  1. Panelist at the South African Institute of Race Relations’ event on youth issues: Constitution Hill, Johannesburg, August 2015
  2. Guest speaker on entrepreneurship at South African Institute of Welding: South African Institute of Welding, Westville, Durban, October 2015
  3. Guest speaker in the Tuck Business School (from New Hampshire, Unite States of America) Program on the key challenges South Africa faces moving forward: Sandton, Johannesburg, March 2016
  4. Guest speaker on the historical failures of centrally planned economies at East Africa Students For Liberty Conference: Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya, June 2016
  5. Guest speaker on my journey to success at the Accenture Education Trust Workshop: Sandton, Johannesburg, August 2016
  6. Host at the launch of Professor Jonathan Jansen’s book Leading For Change: Race, Intimacy and Leadership on Divided University Campuses: Auckland Park, Johannesburg, May 2016
  7. Guest speaker at the Tuck Business School (from New Hampshire, Unite States of America) Program on the key challenges South Africa faces moving forward: Sandton, Johannesburg, March 2017
  8. Speaker and panelist on how black South Africans perceive South Africa’s Jewish community: Holocaust and Genocide Centre, Johannesburg, April 2017
  9. Speaker and moderator at Property Point’s To The Point Session on South Africa’s economy and small businesses: Hyde Park, Sandton, Johannesburg, July 2017

To invite Phumlani to speak at your event, send an e-mail to politics.majozi@gmail.com. Please note that Phumlani is only available for weekend and weekday-evening events. He’s more interested in speaking on matters of the South African economy, politics, and entrepreneurship; as well as challenges faced by South Africa’s youth.

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