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“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

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Posted 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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