“We don't believe in arguing, when arguing is actually a brilliant thing provided it is done in a healthy way.”
– shares Comedian and Social Commentator, John Vlismas, during this month’s LikeMind session
The Lighter Side of the Guptas, Corruption, and Hate Speech with John Vlismas
Jon Foster-Pedley enjoys a conversation with Nigel Casey, British High Commissioner to South Africa
📻 [LISTEN]: Nigel Casey, 🇬🇧 British High Commissioner to South Africa, shares insights around his time in No. 10 Downing street working for David Cameron, his international exposure and possibilities for South Africa 🇿🇦 #HenleyAfrica #HenleyBusinessRadio #AskAnExpert #PodcastPosted by HenleyAfrica on Monday, 5 March 2018
Henley Business School – Africa MBA scholarship recipient John Vlismas puts a comical spin on the week’s news – from the Public Protector taking on the Reserve Bank to state capture, and hate speech.
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While the Dean welcomes the present response to bribery, corruption and State capture, he asserts, “Sooner or later it will be business as usual and the onus is on us as teachers and mentors to ensure that our next generation of leaders don’t become complacent and slip back into the bad old ways. Just as corruption becomes systemic, we need to be educating our future leaders in a way that good governance becomes systemic.
Henley has designed the Creative MBA and actively seeks out creatives who may not had the opportunity to join in this journey.