SPEAKER: Bonang Mohale
TOPIC: Business Unusual : the role of business and government post Ramaphoria
DATE: Wednesday, 28 August 2019
TIME: 08:00 for 08:15 till 10:00
Bonang is a non-executive Director of Bidvest, previous CEO of Business Leadership SA, Vice President Upstream & Chairman of Shell South Africa. Prior to that he spent 6 years as CEO of Drake & Scull FM SA and held two CEO positions at Sanlam: Corporate Marketing and Shared Services & Associated Companies and alternate director of Sanlam Limited main board; chairman of the board of TASC; a director of Innofin; Gensec Property Services and Fundamo. He was Executive Vice President at SAA until Aug 2001 and before that MD of OTIS (Pty) Ltd.
Bonang acquired Business and Management experience by spending more than 10 years in the pharmaceutical industry in various positions, including product management and new business development management – culminating in being appointed Export Manager at Logos Pharmaceuticals and Head: Public Affairs and Communications at Sandoz Products (Pty) Ltd.
He has facilitated numerous strategic planning workshops for corporates, shared a stage with international speakers and authors such as Dr. Stephen Covey, delivered numerous papers around the world and been a guest on numerous International TV, radio and magazine programmes. He regularly runs Life-Skills and Motivational Seminars for students and has been awarded Honorary Membership of Technikon Northwest Alumni Association.
His awards include ‘first RSA Nation Building Champion’, ‘Titans – Building the Nation ” CEO Magazine Awards, Honorary Professorship in Marketing Management by University of Pretoria, where he serves on their Advisory Council, IPM CEO of the Year, South African Facilities Management Association ‘Personality of the year and President’s Award, Top 300 Companies Award, Most Transformed Supplier Standard Bank, Black Management Forum’s Manager of the year and Presidential Award for his “Servanthood in South African Industry & the Economic Empowerment of Previously Disadvantaged Individuals”.