BRIDGING THE DIVIDE, SOUTH AFRICA AND NIGERIA.

BRIDGING THE DIVIDE, SOUTH AFRICA AND NIGERIA.

The Division for Internationalisation in partnership with the Guild of Nigerian Professionals – South Africa, the Transformation Office at the University of Johannesburg and the Library, invite you to the dialogue.

Date: 27 September 2017
Time: 13:00 – 15:00
Venue: Auckland Park Kingsway Campus Library, Chinua Achebe Auditorium ( 6th Floor )

RSVP: ismailb@uj.ac.za or WhatsApp to Tunji
083 584 0694 or call 011 559 2303

Panelists
Ndileka Mandela – Founder and President of the Thembekile Mandela Foundation

Nana Gassenewe – CEO Towela Investments

Bukky Enuha – CEO MJF Travels

Nonye Mpho – Business Director Africa, Vuma Reputation Management.

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