Mzukisi is co-author of The Fall of the ANC: What Next? Published by Picador Africa

 

He offers insights to corporates and other organisations on the theme of leadership, covering Transformational Leadership; Africa’s Rise and Global...

 

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He has worked with clients in the mining industry and the financial services sector.

 

He offers advice on regulation and stakeholder engagement; as well as on reputational leadership. His recent benchmark study...

 

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Mzukisi is an expert on political risk and international business

 

 

Previously, he worked at the Department of Trade and Industry where he was chief director responsible for developing South Africa’s...


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Thought Leaders

 Leadership, Emerging Economies, and Global Change.

 


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An Analyst

Political Risk, Investment Climate, Government-Business relationship.


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Author

The Fall of the ANC: What Next?" and currently writing a book on "The New Contours of Transformational Leadership in South Africa".

 


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Keynote Speaker

Transformational Leadership, South Africa's Political Trends, and Africa Rise: Myths and Realities.

 

Recent Articles

  • What's Next for ANC?
    What's Next for ANC? President Jacob Zuma’s recent cabinet reshuffle is confirmation  of the end of rationality in our politics. The firing of the finance minister Pravin Gordhan and other cabinet ministers at a time when the country needs responsible and effective leadership in the economy shows the extent to which…
  • Op-Ed: The long road to cleaning up state-owned enterprises
    Op-Ed: The long road to cleaning up state-owned enterprises The resignation of Brian Molefe as Eskom CEO last week leaves more questions than answers. It is still not clear that he is aware of the magnitude of the damage that his leadership has caused to the state utility’s reputation and morale. What about the rest of…
  • South Africa can’t compete globally without fixing its attitude to maths
    South Africa can’t compete globally without fixing its attitude to maths South Africa is not producing enough school leavers who are competent in maths and science. This is a fact borne out by international assessments such as the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMMS) and the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report. These show that South…
  • SOUTH AFRICA’S BUDGET HITS RIGHT NOTES BUT WON’T STAVE OFF DOWNGRADE
    SOUTH AFRICA’S BUDGET HITS RIGHT NOTES BUT WON’T STAVE OFF DOWNGRADE In times of crisis budget speeches are usually a lugubrious affair. The first by finance minister Pravin Gordhan since his return to the post is somewhat cheerful.   He did well to highlight the tough economic times we are in, but did not compound the gloom with…