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12 Oct 2011 11:02
The Gordon Institute of Business Science (Gibs) and the Mail & Guardian are running six dialogues among 180 movers and shakers in society to uncover the five questions that every South African must answer in order to build the country.
How will the Qiniso Dialogues work?
There will be six dialogues of six hours each. Each dialogue brings together a select and carefully invited group of 30 vibrant and dynamic leaders.
They represent the next generation of talent and ideas, and come from the vast diversity of our broader Johannesburg landscape, from Diepsloot to Dainfern, Sandton to the Inner City.
What is the objective?
The series will produce, through honest and transparent engagement, a set of key questions that every South African must answer in order to secure a better future for our country. This will be published and debated in the M&G and shared through the Gibs community.
It is also our intention to build relationships across diverse sectors and leaders in our society. We want to develop a clear illustration of the key dynamics which are taking place in South Africa today, based on personal experience.
What we are looking for?
There will be online discussion of the key questions and a debate on what we need to ask ourselves in order to build a better country. We want your involvement in terms of posting questions and engaging in the debate. Here’s how:
Use the form below to send us your nominations.
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