Khwezi Kondile
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G8 & G20 Youth Summit - Day 1

 Day 1, 188 delegates from 145 universities representing 28 nationalities gathered in George Washington University Morton Auditorium for the openimg ceremony of the G8 &G20 Summit, where each and…Continue

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Started Jun 5, 2012

The Influence of Social Media on Leadership

Tribal leadership has been touted by academics as the 21st century trend of gaining influence. Those young individuals that can effectively use social media to instigate such influence will be at the…Continue

Started Jan 25, 2012

 

Khwezi Kondile

Profile Information

What Country are you from?
South Africa
What is your gender?
Minister of Trade and Industry - G8 and G20 Youth Summit, Washington 2012
Business Analyst in Management Consulting - Accenture South Africa
How do you want to get involved?
Connect with other global-minded leaders, Start/Join a IYC Chapter, Contribute Knowledge and/or Resources, Learn about Best Practices for Development
What other organizations are you involved with?
Masinyusane Development Corporation.
South East Africa Climate Consortium.
Black Management Forum
What issues are important to you?
Poverty, Education, Environment, Sustainability, Youth Empowerment, Leadership, Policy
What is your favorite quote?
Be the change that you want to see in the world.
Mahatmar Gandhi

Khwezi Kondile's Blog

G8 and G20 Youth Summit - Washington 2012: South Africa Minister of Trade and Industry

Posted on June 6, 2012 at 9:38am 0 Comments

The 2nd day of the G8 and G20 Youth Summit has commenced, with the official ceremony having been opened yesterday, with panel discussion from the United States Department of State and President of the Young Professionals on Foreign Policy and Associate at Booz Allen Hamilton Gary Barnabo, where he specifically highlighted the importance of foreign policy and the leadership qualities that a future leader requires to effect change and influence within the sphere.

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MANAGING LEADERSHIP AND HUMAN CAPITAL IN AFRICA

Posted on January 5, 2012 at 2:30pm 1 Comment

2011 will be a year to remember for many Africans when reflecting back on the conflict that emerged as a result of the resilience to rescind power by those that were once the inspirational leaders and change agents of our beautiful land.



We as young leaders have witnessed and even went as far as to study first hand the dethrone of parliaments and eruption of civil wars that buried cities in rubble, from up North with Muamar Gaddafi's fatal defiance and Hosni Mubarak's disbelief to… Continue

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At 1:14am on January 21, 2012, SONE HENRY KWENE said…

Dear khwezi, this is Henry from cameroon. How is South Africa and managing leadership and human capital in Africa? Please  i am appealing to youths from Africa to put up the African Youth Council. From National Youth Council, African Youth council to International Youth Council. Cohesion of activities will be enhance and we shall reach out to the needy even in the interior areas of our communities. We should contact  and encourage other fellow countries to be part of this idea.

At 12:33pm on January 5, 2012, James Koryor said…

Hi Kondile, really appreciate your friendship and hope that we can share ideas in helping this continent in various areas like youth empowerment, health and education.

once more thanks for the friendship

 
 
 

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