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13
MAR

In the Spotlight - NKULI BOGOPA - PRESIDENT: SA INSTITUTE OF BLACK PROPERTY PRACTITIONERS

Nobenguni Nonkululeko (Nkuli) Bogopa is currently serving her 2nd term as President of SAIBPP. Her mission is to ensure that all of Africa benefits from the real estate sector. A dynamic, hard-working professional, Nkuli has more than 12 years’ experience in the corporate real estate sector. Her extensive knowledge of the property field is enriched by her architectural studies and practical experience of handling a wide spectrum of portfolios in financial, petrochemical, retail, commercial and mining sectors. She is a former Group Property Manager at Rio Tinto for Africa Region. Nkuli is a registered professional architect with the South African Council for the Architectural Profession and holds a B-Tech degree in Facilities Management from Tshwane University of Technology.
In 2014, Nkuli completed the 2014 Archbishop Desmond Tutu Fellowship Leadership Programme at the SAID Business School at Oxford University.
13
MAR

Legalising dagga creates a minefield in the workplace

GUEST (STUDIO): Dr. Richard Malkin - MD of Workforce Healthcare

South Africa seems to be following the trend in the United States to legalise cannabis. Last year, Judge Dennis Davis ruled in a full bench decision of the Western Cape High Court, that the use and cultivation of cannabis by an adult in a private home is constitutionally legal. While this decision needs to be confirmed by the Constitutional Court before taking effect, it does cast a spotlight on the adequacy of company policies regarding the use of legal and illegal substances including dagga in the workplace.
12
MAR

In the Spotlight - SALAMINA MOSESE – AWARD WINNING ACTRESS AND FILM PRODUCER

Salamina Mosese (née Mphelo) is a South African actress, model and television presenter best known for taking over the role of drama lecturer Keketso Chaka from Katlego Danke on the e.tv soapie Backstage, from April 2006 to June 2007.
Born in Zebediela, a small village in Limpopo, Salamina got into acting by accident when she took her brother for an audition. She was asked to audition and landed a part.
She received a Matric Exemption with distinctions in English, Afrikaans and History and later studied Corporate Communications at the University of Johannesburg (RAU).
She was a presenter for e.tv's kids' programming block CRAZe for five years, and also acted on the SABC1 youth drama series Soul Buddyz, from 1999-2002. In 2008 she won a Top Billing presenter search and began presenting the show in the same year.
12
MAR

WHAT CONSITUTE HATES SPEECH?

The flag has previously been displayed at various demonstrations including a march against farm murders in October last year.
The foundation says the displays compound the pain experienced by millions of black South Africans who suffered under apartheid and continue to struggle under its legacy.

Guest (STUDIO): John Jeffrey – Deputy Minister: Justice and Correctional Services
Guest (STUDIO): Dr. Dan Roodt - Director of PRAAG
GUEST: Sello hatang CEO of The Nelson Mandela Foundation
09
MAR

In the Spotlight - NTOMBIZODWA MHANGWANI - HEAD OF WOMENS FORUM AT ACCENTURE

When you know yourself and you believe in yourself, the world is your oyster. Ntombizodwa Mhangwani is my name. People call me Ntombi.
Continual learning is important to me because I come from a background where it was difficult to get even the basic foundation and training. I grew up in apartheid South Africa. Black people were not even considered important to get an education. To be the best where I come from, you have to keep on studying, keep on improving yourself.
My role model is my mother. My mother raised five girls, She put all five of us through private school because she was determined to get the best education South Africa could give for us. My mother taught me to be assertive. I am who I am because of her. My mother taught me about the value of education and what I would get if I went all the way with it.
08
MAR

In the Spotlight - ALEC JOANNOU

NEWLY APPOINTED CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICER OF SASOL – PRIOR WAS THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER OF SASOL AND WINNER OF THE VISIONARY CIO OF THE YEAR AWARD 2017
Alec Joannou was born in Johannesburg and attended Wits University where he completed his BSc with majors in Archaeology and Computer Science. Alec joined Price Waterhouse’s consulting division – later to become PwC Consulting – and decided to specialise on a relatively unknown system at the time called SAP. He quickly rose up the ranks of PwC being promoted from consultant to senior consultant and associate director. In 2002 at age 33 Alec was appointed as a Partner to head up the SAP practice for PwC across the African, Middle East and Turkey. At the time Alec was the youngest person to be appointed as a Partner at PwC. With the Enron crises PwC Consulting was sold to IBM where Alec became an Executive.
08
MAR

YOUTH PARLIAMENT: HOW DO WE OUTLAW THE OLD SOUTH AFRICAN FLAG?

South Africans have taken to social media to voice their opinion on AfriForum's disagreement of banning the old South African flag after the Nelson Mandela Foundation applied to the Equality Court to declare the flag as hate speech. How do we outlaw The Old South African Flag? Should it be banned?
Guest: Orediretse Masebe – President of Wits SRC (Student Representative Council )
Guest: Bernard Pieters - Afriforum Youth Coordinator
Guest: Tshepo Mohlomi – SASCO Treasurer General
06
MAR

In the Spotlight - Ndileka Mandela, FOUNDER & CEO OF THEMBEKILE MANDELA FOUNDATION

Ndileka Mandela, grand-daughter of the Nelson Mandela, has an academic profile that began with a Diploma in general nursing, followed by a Diploma in Midwifery in the Eastern Cape formerly known as Transkei. Following her education, she worked in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at St Aidan’s. Hospital for 6 years. During her career at St. Aidan’s Hospital, she trained and qualified as a renal ICU nurse at King Edward VII. Later, she left nursing to work as a pharmaceutical representative with Sandoz and Scherag

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