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Diversity critical for transformation in SA

Diversity critical for transformation in SA: March being International Woman’s Month, we look at leadership in the context of the benefits of diversity. Our guest is of the view that diversity is a critical component of transformation in South Africa especially for African women. As far as she is concerned, where do we start….

Guest: Dudu Msomi (CEO: Busara Leadership Partners)

Beyond Politics: Dr Mathole Motshekga

Dr Mathole Motshekga is a South African politician and lawyer. A member of South Africa's Parliament, Motshekga was formerly the African National Congress parliamentary chief whip. He was also the 2nd Premier of Gauteng province. Outside politics, he is a lecturer in the department of law at the University of South Africa. On Jun 2017, Mathole said, ANC can remove Zuma without opposition and supported Cyril Ramaphosa for the next presidency:

GUEST: Dr Mathole Motshekga (Politician and Lawyer)

Is the middleclass overburdened?

The unfriendly, anti-middle class budget and its effect on all of us…Is the middleclass overburdened? Are we being squeezed too much?...we get an explanation of the effects of the new VAT, the burden the black middle class carries as they also have to worry about black tax:

GUEST: Dudu Msomi (Founder & CEO: Busara Leadership Partners)

The Grape Vine2

Great need for palliative care services. According to World Health Organisation, there are an estimated 40 million individuals worldwide who are in need of palliative care. Majority of them live in low and middle-income countries. What are some of the reasons and why is there a need for palliative care?
Guest (phone): Jacqui Kaye, CEO at Hospice Wits

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