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Eskom leaders forum

Published: 20-MAY-04

13-15 October 2004 Sandton Sun Intercontinental Hotel Johannesburg

Your special invitation to join an exclusive group of African business and public sector leaders to define and construct a prosperous future for the continent.

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    Keynote address: A pre-recorded message from His Excellency, President Thabo Mbeki of South Africa

    Honourable Guest Speakers: His Excellency F. W. De Klerk Former President of South Africa; His Excellency Sir Ketumile Masire, former President of Botswana; Mr Osafo Mafo, Minister of Finance Ghana; Prof Anyang Nyongo , Minister of Planning Kenya; Ms. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Minister Minerals and Energy � South Africa;

    Distinguished Speakers: Reuel Khoza, Chairman of the largest electricity utility in Africa, Eskom Group Holdings Ltd;Thulani S. Gcabashe, chief executive , Eskom Holdings; ; Dr Yvonne Muthien, Group Executive: Corporate Affairs at MTN Group Ltd; Lemmy Abedule- Regional General Manager, Honeywell Process Solution Africa; Mr. Siyabonga Gama, CEO National Ports Authority SA; Mr. Stanley Subramoney, Deputy CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers; Mr Chris Kirubi, Chairman Haco Industries, Kenya; Professor Hellicy Ngambi, Doctor of Business Leadership UNISA; Dr Manu Chandaria, Chairman of Comcraft Group of Companies, Kenya; Mr Jonathan Cook, Senior Lecturer, Wits Business School; Ms Rose Umoren, President Global Money Ltd Nigeria; Ms Ndidi O. Nwuneli, Managing Partner Leadership Effectiveness, Accountability and Professionalism, Nigeria; Professor Adele Thomas, Wits Business School; Dr Herbert O. Orji, Chairman Summa Guaranty and Trust Company PLC Nigeria; Mr Ndung�u Gathinji. Chairman Nairobi Stock Exchange; Ms Nku Nyembezi-Heita, Chairman of the Bond Exchange and; Mr. Bryan Hatting, CEO of leadership solutions Group Cyan; Mr. Taroon Japal, Regional Manager, Oracle East and Mid Africa; Mr. Foluso Phillips, Founder, Phillips Consulting Nigeria

    On October 13-15 2004, Eskom, MTN and Business in Africa magazine will host a remarkable group of African business leaders in the public and private sectors to explore new challenges and opportunities confronting Africa.

    The Eskom African Business Leaders Forum will address leadership issues in Africa through creating a conference platform for proactive and practical responses to current challenges. The forum will examine African histories of leadership and mythologies.

    The Eskom African Business Leaders Forum is Africa�s premier event for enabling individuals and organisations to increase personal leadership skills, productivity, profitability and prosperity.

    Chief Executives, managing directors, chairmen, directorgenerals, government advisors, legislators, political and civil society leaders, entrepreneurs, legal advisors, senior and middle-level decision makers in public/private sector organisations in Africa.

    This high level forum is designed to give middle and senior level executives in African organisations the opportunity to learn from business leaders whose practical and tactical approaches have unlocked critical challenges. The Eskom African Business Leaders Forum is a great opportunity to engage some of the best-known African thought-leaders in an interactive platform to share lessons of experience. The two-day event creates a chance for candid discussion and debate of mutual difficulties confronting policy makers in Africa�s public and private sectors.

    The inaugural event in 2003 brought together a truly remarkable group of business leaders from 19 African countries. This gathering of Africa�s top decision makers in Johannesburg is an ideal platform for business interaction.



    07:30 Registration & Refreshment
    08:30 Grand Opening
    08:45 Opening remarks
    09:00 Keynote address: Thabo Mbeki (pre-recorded)
    09:15 SESSION ONE: Presidential Presentations
    10:00 Presidential Forum/ Discussions/ Q&A;
    10:45 Media Interviews/ Refreshment
    11:05 SESSION TWO: Confronting leadership theories
    11:55 Panel discussions on leadership theories/ Q&A;
    12:45 Media Interviews/ Lunch
    14:00 SESSION THREE: Leadership for transformation
    14:45 Leadership for Transformation panel discussions/ Q&A;
    15:30 Media Interviews/ Refreshment
    16:00 SESSION FOUR: Leadership case studies
    16:35 Leadership Case Studies panel discussions/ Q&A;
    17:10 Media Interviews/ Interval

    09:00 SESSION FIVE: Leadership in Business
    09:45 Leadership in business discussions/Q&A;
    10:30 Media Interviews/ Refreshment
    11:00 SESSION SIX : Leadership by example
    11:40 Leadership by example discussions/Q&A;
    12:35 Media Interviews / Lunch
    14:00 SESSION SEVEN: Leadership tools
    14:25 Leadership tools discussions/Q&A;
    15:00 Media Interviews/ Refreshment
    15:20 SESSION EIGHT: Business Opportunities workshop
    16:00 Presentation of Communiqu�
    16:20 Closing remarks
    20:00 Eskom African Business Leaders Banquet

    09:00 Start of organised tours and site visits for non-golfers
    10:00 Eskom African Business Leaders Golf Day

    South African delegates: R 4,995
    International delegates: US$ 800
    (Fees include VAT where applicable)

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