Business Networking Breakfast: 17 March 2016: Speaker: David Grier

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David Grier – Extreme Athlete, Celebrity Chef, Inspirational speaker, Author.

After studying Hotel Management, David started a string of successful restaurants, with his most recent restaurant rated in the top 100 in SA. His success led to television and his own range of food products. David then made a name for himself when he became one of the first people to run the length of India, sending him into the record books, completing the run in 93 days. David then ran the entire length of the United Kingdom and then the great wall of China in 93 days and the entire coastline of South Africa in 80 days. He has paddled from Africa to Madagascar in 12 days and ran the entire Island of Madagascar in 67 days.

David has just launched a new project – AJUGA – a fire-resistant structure for the shack settlements in South Africa. David will be embarking on a series of journeys called ‘IGNITE HOPE’ to ‘plant seeds of hope in all these communities globally affected by fire. David is also a trustee and ambassador for Operation Smile. He has published books called Spices, Tea & Philosophy; Burnt Vanilla – A paddle to and a journey through Madagascar; Hope in Thyme – Running the Coastline of South Africa and Courage and Rice – Running the Great Wall of China.

 

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Business Networking Lunch, 28 January 2016 at 12:30, SPEAKER: FW De Klerk, TOPIC: Drawing on the past to build a future inclusive and united South Africa – my personal insights and experiences

 

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During his presidency from September 1989 until May 1994, FW de Klerk dismantled apartheid and initiated and presided over the inclusive negotiations that led to the adoption of South Africa’s first fully democratic Constitution in December 1993. Also in 1993, together with Nelson Mandela, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. After the election on 27 April 1994, Mr De Klerk served as one of South Africa’s two Executive Deputy Presidents until 1996, when his party withdrew from the Government of National Unity. He retired from active politics in September 1997. In 1999 he published his autobiography, “The Last Trek – A New Beginning” and established the FW de Klerk Foundation.

The Foundation upholds the Constitution through the work of its Centre for Constitutional Rights and promotes unity in diversity by working for cordial inter-community relations and national unity. Mr De Klerk is also the Chairman of the Global Leadership Foundation, established in 2004, whose panel of former presidents, prime minsters and statesmen provides discreet advice to heads of government on issues that concern them.

 

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