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GUEST PRESENTER – PREETESH SEWRAJ

Our Guest Presenter was Preetesh Sewraj – incoming CEO of The Loeries,
Brand Strategist, Keynote Speaker and Chief Innovation Analyst. He spoke about The Loeries, brand marketing & reputation management in SA.
His chosen guests were Edith Venter - Chief Executive Officer at Edith Venter Promotions and Lindi Tshabangu – Account Director at Headlines PR.
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THOUGHT LEADERS, STORYTELLERS AND GRIOTS

Our Thought Leader was Kathy Munro, Chair of the Johannesburg Heritage Foundation who spoke about the Lesotho Prime Minister facing charges of murdering his former wife. Our second Thought Leader was Melithamba Chris Mnguni – Secretary General of the e-taxi body’s Interim Committee, talking about ride-hailing drivers planning a second protest this week.
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FEB

INTERVIEW – BOXA

Anthony Lewis, founder of construction technology company BOXA spoke about the company, founded with architect Frank Böhm in 2019.

Together with their technology partners, architects, builders and furniture makers, their aim is to shift mindsets from traditional ‘brick & mortar’ construction methods to high performance solutions that are quick to build, low-impact and resource efficient.
22
FEB

INTERVIEW –VUMA LEVIN

Jazz musician Vuma Levin, spoke about launching his new album Antique Spoons on Saturday 29th February at Wits Theatre Johannesburg. Antique Spoons explores the black, post-apartheid South African self, this time through the prism of the everyday story.
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FEB

FEEDBACK– MINDFUL EATING

Izelle Hoffman, author of the book Mindful Eating, encourages people to rethink what they put in their body in a fun, healthy way, and demonstrates that living a healthy lifestyle doesn’t mean that your diet needs to be boring and restricted.
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INTERVIEW – SELF-CARE

Haji Mohamed Dawjee, Author and columnist at Sunday Times spoke about when self-care is just self-ish. At the end of last year there were a total of 22.68-million posts marked with the ever-popular self-care hashtag, with an average of 29,700 posts per day.
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INTERVIEW – GOETHE INSTIUTE

Klaus Krischok, Director Goethe-Institut South Africa & Regional Director Subsahara Africa, spoke about the the Goethe-Institute South Africa turning 25 years.
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INTERVIEW – CO-WORKING SPACES

Mia da Camara of Perch Offices spoke about co-working being touted as an economic game changer. According to the latest coworking statistics, the number of shared workspaces has grown by more than double in just the past five years.
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GUEST PRESENTER – TUMI SOLE

Our guest presenter was Tumi Sole Corporate Attorney and Founder of #CountryDuty. He spoke about being a social activist who uses social media for good, to ignite conversations and come up with practical solutions that encourage South Africans to put their #CountryDuty first. His chosen guests were student activist Kanya Cekeshe and Advocate Thembeka Ngcukaitobi
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INTERVIEW – INFORMAL BOOKSELLERS

Griffin Shea, owner of Bridge Books spoke to us about the important role played by book sellers on South African streets . A number of informal booksellers have taken to the streets and pavements of downtown Johannesburg.

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