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Mbewu Movement is proud to invite you to our next Mentor Session with Guest Mentor, Fred Swaniker:

Fred Swaniker is passionate about Africa and believes that the missing ingredient on the continent is good leadership. In line with this, he has founded two organizations that aim to catalyze a new generation of ethical, entrepreneurial African leaders: African Leadership Academy and African Leadership Network

Swaniker’s work as an educational entrepreneur has been praised by U.S. President Barack Obama and other prominent global figures. He has been named a TED Fellow (2009) and a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader (2012). He was named one of the Top Ten Young Power Men in Africa by a 2011 Forbes Magazine online feature.

In the spirit of Africa Month and Youth Day, at this Mbewu Movement Mentor Session,  Fred Swaniker will address the development of great African leadership in YOU and the YOUTH.
What does Generation 4 have to do to ensure greater prosperity for the continent? What do you have to do?
Date: 11 June 2015
Time: 7pm
Venue: The Capital Empire, 177 Empire Place,
(Cnr Rivonia Road), Sandhurst
Johannesburg
Tickets: R100
To purchase tickets please click here
Please note: Refreshments will be served. Seating is limited!!
Email mbewu.events@gmail.com with any queries.
Watch Fred’s Ted Talk below to find more about Fred Swaniker and Generation 4
 (wikipedia)
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