Contributors
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Contributors

Leadership edition 401

Contributors

Robbie Stammers

Stammers was the Editor of Leadership for over 100 editions and won numerous awards across many titles, including BestEditor of the Year on no less than three occasions, Best Business Magazine of the Year with Leadershiplocally and Best Business Magazine of the Year internationally. He is alsothe founder of The Intrepid Explorer magazine, Cape Etc and he launched the award-winning local edition of the USA magazine, Fast Company.

Shannon Manuel

Manuel is a Journalism and Film graduate from UCT and a self-described ‘earth child’. Her heart lies in Spain and her ultimate dream is to relocate to Barcelona and become an Author. Her other interests include music, which she absolutely cannot live without, and obsessively collecting and reading Stephen King books

Regine le Roux

Le Roux is a Corporate Reputation Specialist and completed her Communication Management Honours degree Cum Laude at the University of Pretoria. She is currently a Fellow Member of the Institute of Directors of Southern Africa (IoDSA) and is on the advisory committee for the Western Cape branch. She founded Reputation Matters in 2005.

Professor Owen Skae

Skae has been an Associate Professor and the Director of Rhodes Business School since 2010, which has ‘leadership for sustainability’ as its essence. His areas of interest are business analysis, ethics, finance, governance and leadership and strategic management. He is often called upon to provide analysis and commentary on governance matters.

Johan van Zyl

Van Zyl is a Partner of the Stonehage Fleming Group and Chief Executive Officer of Stonehage Fleming in South Africa. In addition to his duties of managing the South African business, he serves as an adviser to a number of ultra-high-net-worth South African families and acts as an independent trustee to several family and charitable trusts.

Tavonga Jacqueline Manyonga

Manyonga graduated from the University of the Free State,with a BA in Governance and Political Transformation. The Editorial Assistant for Reignmakers believes words have the power to inform and transform. Her creativity radiates in her work as a storyteller, SocialMedia Content Creator and her various outfit choices. She is a creativewriter with a fiery energy and deep passion for fashion

Chris Waldburger

Waldburger is a writer, teacher and political analyst. He has been writing for the South African media on sport, politics, culture and business since 2007. His work can be found at chriswaldburger.com.

Susan van Aswegen

Van Aswegen is a Qualified Professional Accountant (SA) and spent 17 years in an accounting and audit practice environment, handling multifaceted engagements across various industries. She headed up the BEE department verifying entities on the Codes of Good Practice and the various sector codes.

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Professor Pieter Steyn

Cranefield Principal, Prof. Steyn comes from a long line of Industrial Engineers, most notably, Steyn’s great-great-grandfather, Douwe Gerbrandtz Steyn, who designed the Castle of Good Hope in 1679. “I think project management will always play a role and is probably one of the oldest professions that exist.”

 

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Thembinkosi Maduna

Maduna, a Coega Development Corporation Operations Executive, holds a Master’s Degree in Commerce and is currently a PhD Business Management Research Candidate at the Nelson Mandela University and was the winner of the overall best paper award at the SA Institute for Management Scientists Conference.

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Isabelle Chaboud

Chaboud is an Associate Professor at Grenoble Graduate School of Business. She teaches auditing, management accounting, international accounting, advanced accounting, creative accounting and financial communication in French and English.

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Thabo Owen Mokwena

Thabo Owen Mokwena serves as Chairman of the Leago Group and is a specialist in Economic Development, Finance and Strategy. Mokwena holds various degrees and qualifications from the University of Cape Town and Durban Westville, London School of Economics and Oxford University.

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Mashupye Herbert Maserumule

Maserumule is the Professor of Public Affairs, Tshwane University of Technology and has twenty years of teaching experience at various universities in South Africa. His areas of research interest include historiography, ontology and epistemology of public administration to name a few.

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Izak Odendaal

Odendaal serves as an Investment Strategist at Old Mutual Multi-Managers (OMMM). OMMM is a R100-billion multi-management business that invests across retail and institutional strategies and is part of Old Mutual Wealth.

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Gift Lubele

Lubele is a young South African entrepreneur who is currently studying towards a BA (Hons) Business Management degree at the African Leadership University in Mauritius. Gift is passionate about youth entrepreneurial innovation in Africa; he is also a business speaker, corporate MC and blogger.

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Alwyn Viljoen

Viljoen is the Transport Editor at The Witness, a regular contributor to News24 and the Publishing Editor at The Driver. His mission is to improve the quality of lives in southern Africa, broadly by promoting literacy levels, sustainable transport modes and local food production.

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Monique Jacobs

Monique regards herself as a writer and grammar nazi—a creative by design and a versatile wordsmith who frolics in the playground of ideas on a daily basis. Her goal is to, one day, see her award-winning screenplays with emotive, fantastical undertones grace the silver screen.

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René Carayol

René is a business and leadership speaker, broadcaster, broadsheet columnist and author. René’s focus is on inspirational leadership, culture and business transformation, bound together with a compelling philosophy founded on his own board level experience. René is the CEO of The Inspired Leaders Network (www.inspiredleaders.com)

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Christelle Colman

Christelle Colman is the Chief Executive Officer of Europ Assistance South Africa (EASA) . Prior to her role at Europ Assistance, she was the CEO of MUA Insurance Acceptances and was one of the very few women to lead a South African underwriting management agency. Here she became well recognised as one of the leading players in her industry.

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Karin Ireton

Ireton is an international expert on corporate sustainability who has travelled to more than 30 countries for her work and has contributed to international, national and local policy development and the management systems required by companies in mining and finance. She has held executive sustainability portfolios at Standard Bank and Anglo American.

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Briony Chisholm

Briony Chisholm has been an information pharmacist at the Medicines Information Centre and National HIV & TB Hotline, based at UCT, for 19 years and, as such, has written a range of pieces from those aimed at lay people through to published medical papers. She recently metamorphosed that role into it being part-time and is exploring the adventurous realm of travel writing.

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Emily Gray

Gray was diagnosed with an osteosarcoma at 11 years old, which resulted in her having her left leg amputated through the hip. She then went on to represent South Africa at three Paralympic Games, and now helps amputees and cancer patients reintegrate back into society by looking at their physical and mental wellbeing.





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