YOUTH SPEAK LEADERS
LOOKING BACK TO PAVE THE WAY FORWARD
WATCH OUR ECONOMICS SESSION
Active Citizenship in partnership with Servant Leader presents Youth Speak Leaders Session 6.
Dr. Reuel Khoza and Bonang Mohale suggest servant leadership involves a principle-centered leader and people first, the planet and then profits, respectively.
Join us as #firsttimevoters who discuss Reuel and Bonang's business and economic approach, what kind of leaders they are, and what we can learn from them today.
EPISODES TO DISCUSS
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ABOUT OUR PANELISTS
Law and Politics at University of Cape Town
"I’m an advocate for equity and equality... I’d like to contribute to both my local and international communities through justice work, and working with women and children based organisations."
University of Cape Town
" I enjoy having conversations and debates concerning political, societal, environmental and economic factors and how they impact different people in different ways. I feel it is important to listen and learn from other people with differing backgrounds and experiences. I believe this creates a more holistic understanding of these issues and spheres of life to allow us a more intersectional approach to addressing them."
Second-year BSocSci majoring in Politics, Gender Studies and Media and Writing at UCT
"I am a passionate black woman who strives to contribute to the progressive change of my community. When I complete my studies, I’d like to use writing, communication, and entrepreneurial thinking to empower and make a difference in the lives of the marginalised in my country."
BCom FInancial Accounting at University of Cape Town
"I would like to focus and cont-ribute to the financial and economic sector of South Africa and inspire a code of ethics within the operations of the sector."
BA In Theatre & Performance at University of Cape Town
"I believe that as the future leaders of this country it's imperative that we should learn more about our history, art and its prominent figures so we can best shape our destiny as an inclusive and accepting country."
Second-year Theatre & Performance UCT
"I currently serve as the Treasurer for Rainbow UCT, our queer student organisation on campus. I aim to use theatre to clarify and enhance our collective and individual understanding of Queerness is a South African context."
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Youth Speak Leaders is an ongoing dialogues series