Changemakers, Changemakers 2018

LeadSA ChangeMakers 2019: Breaking through to excellence

The fifth LeadSA ChangeMakers conference will take place on Saturday 2 November 2019 at Primedia Place, Johannesburg.

This event celebrates individuals who have made a positive contribution to building South Africa and seek to inspire those that wish to have a similar impact.

The theme for this year’s event is "Breaking Through To Excellence."

The conference will profile individuals who will unpack their breakthrough journeys.

This year’s lineup includes keynote speaker, Minerals Council South Africa vice president and Anglo American South Africa executive head Andile Sangqu. He will tell his inspiring story.

Alongside him will be: Author, activist, poet, and African spiritual healer Mmatshilo Motsei; Comedian, former Network BBDO art director, MC and TV host Donovan Goliath; Miss South Africa 2019 Zozibini Tunzi and Dancer, choreographer and producer Musa Motha.

The Palaeontological Scientific Trust (PAST) will perform a theatre piece titled Walking Tall I See You. The piece teaches shared origins of humankind and the shared origins of all living things. Brenda Mtambo will open the event with an afro-jazz ensemble.

LeadSA ChangeMakers conference aims to inspire citizens to be changemakers in their communities, the country and even the world.

The conference brings together an exciting mix of motivation, activism, inspiration, innovation, entrepreneurship, music and poetry on one stage.

Beyond the presentations, the event is also an opportunity for those who see themselves as changemakers or aspire to create change to come together, network and hopefully find collaboration with each other.

Date: Saturday 2 November 2019 Time: 09h30 to 13h30 Venue: 5 Gwen Lane, Sandown, Primedia Place Tickets are limited to 120 and cost R75 per person. Buy the tickets from ticketpro For media enquires contact Ziyandam@primedia.co.za / 011 506 3315


This article first appeared on LeadSA : LeadSA ChangeMakers 2019: Breaking through to excellence


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