The Wits School of Governance is hosting a number of events in August to give women a platform to “take up space”. We want to use these forums to learn from women, we want our guests to share their knowledge, wisdom and leave us feeling more inspired and on a trajectory for healing, growth and creativity. Our all women panels throughout the month will cover issues around women in business, leadership, crisis communication and gender-based violence (especially during COVID-19).
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The Wits School of Governance hosted the book launch of Land Matters – South Africa’s Failed Land Reforms and the Road Ahead by Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi. Why has land reform been such a failure in South Africa? Will expropriation without compensation solve the problem? What can be done to get…
The Rebuilding of African Economies During and After COVID-19 and the Opportunities Women Should Leverage for Their Advancement. A public lecture by former Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry in Botswana and African Economist, Ms Bogolo J Kenewendo.
The Wits School of Governance and the National School of Government hosted the launch of The Political Economy of Vaccines: Access, Equity, and Africa’s Manufacturing Prospects Series, a series of conversations on the political economy of vaccines. A sharp spotlight on global inequalities and the interplays of power between the…
Odile Mackett from the Wits School of Governance speaks to Dr Judy Dlamini, Business leader and Chancellor at Wits University, Economic Analyst and Change Maker Dr Thabi Leoka and Busisiwe Mavuso who is the CEO of the Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) about the role of women in leadership positions…
12 Aug 2020
1 hr 01 min
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