“We are kicking off the first Destiny Forum
with a bang,” says Khanyi Dhlomo, founding editor of Destiny
and managing director of Ndalo Media. “Guests can expect to see the likes of South African folk rock singer-songwriter Louise Carver; Kaizer Chiefs marketing director Jessica Motaung; the country’s first female cricket commentator, Kass Naidoo; radio presenter Redi Tlhabi; and established businesswoman Wendy Luhabe.”
Dr Iyanla Vanzant and Marcus Buckingham will be the international speakers at the event and they will be joined by South African speakers and thought-leaders Thebe Ikalafeng, Phuthi Mahanyele and Kuben Naidoo. The speakers will share their strategies for achieving our destinies as individuals, professionals, a continent and as a nation.
“We have purposefully sourced high-calibre industry leaders to speak at the forum to ensure that this inaugural conference is an indicator of what guests can expect in years to come,” says Dhlomo.
The full-day interactive conference will take place at the Sandton Convention Centre and will be followed by a cocktail event for guests to network with like-minded business people.
Tickets cost R1 700 (including VAT) per person for the full-day conference, which includes lunch and networking opportunities at the post-event cocktail party. For more information or bookings, please go to www.destinyconnect.com
The Destiny Forum
is being held in association with Metro FM
, M-Net and City Press