FULL Member South African Institute of Management. (Fellow)
Freedom or Youth Day in South Africa resembles a host of activities around the country where not much happiness are seen among our youth and we need to question ourselves as many of us come out of the oppressive apartheid era.
It is humiliating to call any of our youth as an affirmative action (AA) or an employment equity (EE) appointment in any position in commerce and industry especially when such appointments are done in management and leadership positions, notwithstanding the fact…Continue
A number of variables require attention if we really want to get Sustainable Economic Growth & Development on track here in the Cape Metro region.
* We need to adopt a firm stand and commitment against racism, xenophobia and discrimination as these practices by government, labour, business sectors and civil society stifles economic growth
* The Beyond Leadership Programme is a must for all who are willing to accept that we have made little progress in finding and developing…Continue
I remain committed in portraying Cape Town City as the No. 1 Tourist attraction City in the World only when the branding of the City focus on the people who have slaved through decades apartheid, and now we are faced with so much racism, xenophobia and discrimination.
It is my Vision that Cape Town City will really aspire as the true and trusted Mother City once we acknowledge the contributions of so many of our forefathers, mothers, fathers brothers and sisters, uncles and aunts who…Continue
Call it what you like, it remains government with a strong nationalist foundation equal to that of an oppressive and discriminatory National Party government. Nationalism breeds discontent and justice and freedom are compromised.
Xenophobia is at the core of a fragmented government that tells the world of a democracy constitution when in fact most minority South African groups are disadvantaged through various discriminatory government policies and regulations that result in practices…Continue