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Networking Breakfast: 17 March 2017, Speaker: Adv Thuli Madonsela, Topic: Why ethical leadership will help us create the Africa we want

 


Adv. Thulisile (Thuli) Nomkhosi Madonsela is the Chief Patron of the Thuli Madonsela Foundation and a Harvard Advanced Leadership Fellow for the year 2017. Upon her return to South Africa, she will take up a chair in social justice at the Law Faculty at Stellenbosch University (SU).

Adv. Madonsela is the former Public Protector of the Republic of South Africa serving as the head of this Chapter Nine Institution for a seven-year term. In that time she was conferred with four honourary doctorates of law from Stellenbosch University, University of Cape Town, Rhodes University and the University of Fort Hare.

Adv. Madonsela has received various awards and recognition during and since her time in office as the Public Protector. She was also named amongst Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the world in 2014 and as Forbes Africa’s Person of the Year in 2016. She received Transparency International’s Integrity Award in 2014, the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) inaugural Truth and Justice Award, and recently, the Satyagraha Award at the Mahatma Gandhi Awards and the Commonwealth Lawyers’ Association Rule of Law award.

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REMINDER : Business Networking Breakfast THIS Thursday 11 April TOPIC: “The Strengths Revolution” SPEAKER : Dr. Michael Mol. Please see attached list of attendees.

  

Michael Mol is a medical doctor, an executive television producer, presenter, international speaker, business consultant, company director and most notably – a husband and father of three.

He started his multi-faceted career as a medical doctor with interests in Emergency medicine and HIV management.

Fifteen years ago, whilst continuing in the medical fraternity, he carried his charisma from the casualty room over to the small screen and anchored Top Billing, South Africa’s longest running prime time television magazine program for more than a decade. He has spoken to the stars, travelled the world and shared his experiences in a personal and endearing way with a captive audience, scooping up along the way numerous critically acclaimed media awards – from scriptwriting to presenting, the most recent of which is a People’s Award for the Best TV Presenter, and the Best of Joburg’s Award for most popular TV personality (twice). A former Mr. South Africa, he is also a Red Cross Children’s Champion and a patron of SA Cares for Life and Living Hope.

Michael's passion for understanding the world around him led him to make a subtle shift in emphasis by co-founding the futurist consultancy TomorrowToday.  A shift that allowed him to devote more time to working with individuals and organizations, helping them to understand the way the world works, trends that will affect us in the future, and what to do today to be ready for them.  In particular, Michael has a passion for helping people find true significance and a holistic, balanced approach to the world they live in.  This combines his medical training, his life experiences and his business skills in a truly unique blend that sets him aside from the average motivational or inspirational communicator. He has spoken to leading companies around the world, has been nominated by South Africa’s foremost CEO’s as one of the country’s top business speakers, and was awarded a Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Speakers Association of South Africa in April 2011.

In October 2006, Michael was appointed as CEO of the Sportron International group of companies, a group focused on providing and promoting health and wellness, through ongoing education and the provision of a new generation of nutritional supplements (FoodState) that are as yet unsurpassed the world over.

In October 2010 he signed up for a new challenge – 40 hours of LIVE television a month, as anchor presenter for SABC’s latest morning show, Expresso. Then as Executive Producer and presenter he melded his passion for medicine and media into a new TV series called “Hello Doctor” which launched in April 2011 with a vision to educate, entertain and inspire South Africans to live their best life, by being the healthiest they can be. The show was renamed as “The Dr Mol Show” in April 2012 and currently has an average viewership of well over a million people.

He’s a writer and speaker that suffers from an incurable addiction … an insatiable thirst for adrenalin! From sky-diving out of a hot-air balloon, to running the bulls in Pamplona, to scuba diving under an frozen lake, to wing walking on a bi-plane, to surfing the great Zambezi white waters on a body board and bungi jumping off the highest bridge in the world backwards … there’s nothing that he would shrink back from – yet!

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