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

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