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Leader’s Angle: The search for equality in our economy

usb econimic equality event

  Online event   07 May 2020


Intersections of economic strategies, social justice and NPOs

How can South Africa move towards a more equal business infrastructure? Will we ever create a system based on fair distribution of assets, resources and wealth? Most importantly, where do we start?

Join us for lunch from your self-isolation station for a special online Leader’s Angle event, where esteemed speakers Dr Armand Bam and Dr Nthabiseng Moleko visualise an inclusive, equal and sustainable path for growth in our country.

Thursday, 7 May 2020
13:00 – 14:30
Online event
RSVP: Tuesday, 5 May 2020

Please note: Zoom, the online event platform used for this event, has a meeting limit of 300 participants. You may view the event’s simultaneous livestream on YouTube once this capacity has been reached.


Dr Armand Bam

Head of Social Impact and Senior Lecturer in Business and Society at USB

Executive Director at League of the Friends of the Blind (LOFOB) and member of USB MANCO, Armand Bam is responsible for leading USB’s Social Impact (SI) philosophy and strategy while overseeing the execution of SI processes, programmes and projects.


Dr Nthabiseng Moleko

Development Economist and Senior Lecturer at USB

Nthabiseng Moleko is a faculty member at the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) where she teaches Economics and Statistics. She is passionate about development economics and development finance, and her mission is to alleviate poverty and bring about positive social and economic change.



Dr Njeri Mwagiru
Senior Futurist at the Institute for Futures Research (IFR)

Njeri Mwagiru is a Senior Futurist at IFR, focused on African Futures. She has a master’s in International Relations, and a doctorate in Business Administration. Her research interests include leadership, organisational performance, knowledge, gender, diversity, and transformation. Her work supports long-term, integrated strategic planning, and facilitates organisational initiatives to maximise on potential and mitigate risks, towards desired futures in/for Africa.


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Tags  Covid-19, Equality, NPOs


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