Changemakers, Changemakers 2018

4th Annual Lead SA Changemakers conference hosts a stellar line-up

The 4th Annual Lead SA Changemakers conference will take place on Saturday 20th October at GIBS in Illovo, Johannesburg.

LEADSA supports, inspires and enables leaders who stand FOR something. This event aims to inspire citizens to be changemakers in their communities and the country. The conference brings together an exciting mix of motivation, activism, inspiration, innovation and entrepreneurship, on one stage.

The theme for this year’s event is ‘Overcoming’, where Changemakers will profile individuals who have overcome obstacles to achieve their goals and be the best version of themselves.

This year’s panel of speakers includes, keynote speaker Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, inventor and Technovera founder Neo Hutiri, journalist, television presenter and radio personality Xolani Gwala, author, media personality, motivational speaker, social activist and entrepreneur, Itumeleng Sekhu, Community Chest CEO, Lorenzo Angus Davids, multi award-winning director, coach and shamanic facilitator Heinrich Reisenhofer plus co-founder and CEO of Nova-Pioneer Education Group, Chinezi Chijioke.

Date: Saturday 20 October 2018 Time: 09h30 to 13h30 Venue: GIBS, Melville Road, Illovo

Tickets are limited to 150 can be purchased from www.ticketpros.co.za and cost R75 per person.


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