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#InTheSpotlight – ULANDI EXNER – PRESIDENT OF THE INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS SOUTH AFRICA PRESIDE
Ulandi Exner has been in the ICT industry for almost 20 years. She is a Director and current President of the Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa. Ulandi holds a BCOM in Informatics and is also a CISSP and CISA. She is passionate about technology and is dedicated in helping people develop their skills and raise their professional standard. With an intimate understanding of both business and technology, she is fully aware that the field of ICT has moved beyond “keeping the lights on” and therefore must be regarded as one of the business’s key decision drivers.
Strategist and creative problem solver Sizakele Marutlulle has over 23 years’ experience in leadership, business architecture, brand building, innovation and people development. She is the CEO and Founder of Marutlulle & Co, a strategy and ideas lab that helps pro-Africa companies compete, win and prosper.
A dream, a heart and 19 years of sweat and toil is what took cosmetologist Sarinah Matema Morgans to clinch her biggest business deal yet in the latter part of 2017: supplying her own range of beauty and body care products to South Africa’s foremost retailer.
Bokang Montjane (born 5 May 1986 in Transvaal) is a South African model and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss South Africa 2010, becoming the official representative of her country to the Miss Universe 2011 and Miss World 2011 pageants? She also participated in Miss International 2009 and placed in the Top 16 at Miss Earth 2007, finished as one of the Top 7 finalists and named Miss World Africa at Miss World 2011.
Born in Mthatha, Advocate Sonwabile Mancotywa is the first and current Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Heritage Council (NHC) serving his third term. He is nationally acclaimed for his devotion to heritage matters.
Guest: Joan de Klerk – Head of The Department of Public Education and Information at The Commission for Gender Equality ; Mandla – Part of a programme with Alcoholics Anonymous South Africa ; CLARA MONNAKGOTLA - COMMUNITY DEVELOPER AND TRAINER AT SANCA NATIONAL (SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG DEPENDENCE (SANCA) , : Lebogang Ramofoko - CEO of the Soul City Institute for health
Guest: Dawn Weir- Head of kulula work There’s an old saying that there are only two ways to grow an enterprise: to lower your running-costs and to increase your profits. In a tight economic climate, growing a business can seem difficult. But Dawn Weir, Head of kulula work says that’s precisely when efficiency and resourcefulness are key.
Loyiso Madinga may be short but he is taking great strides on his comedy journey. He quickly became one of the hottest young acts to come out of South Africa, a title that ‘Newcomer of the Year2014’ at the Comic’s Choice Awards pays tribute to. . His dedication to the craft of comedy earned him a spot on the twice Emmy nominated show, Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola, and the hit sketch comedy show Bantu Hour with Kagiso Lediga.
My past, official corporate role as the “TCF Officer at AIG South Africa” has been a revelation into the dynamics of a truly global company. My sojourn here was brief but I believe I gained valuable insights into the changing landscape of insurance and the South African market appetite.
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