Come and listen to Pancho Ndebele talk about the utilisation of South Africa’s solar resources for the generation of sustainable energy, and the rolling out of concentrated solar power plants in South Africa and the SADC region.
Friday, 5 November at 07:00 for 07:30
University of Stellenbosch Business School
When and where
Venue: Lecture hall 210, USB, Bellville Park Campus, Bellville, Cape Town
Programme: Finger breakfast from 07:00, talk from 07:30 – 08:45
(including question time)
Cost: Free of charge
Register: by Monday, 1 November 2010, by clicking here
Enquiries: Annemarie Olivier at LeadersAngle@usb.ac.za
Upcoming events: www.usb.ac.za/events
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More about the speaker
Pancho Ndebele holds an MBA and a number of other degrees from UK universities. He has worked for leading corporations in South Africa (SABMiller) and the UK (3M, Hosiden) where he was responsible for the development and management of energy, water, wastewater, environmental and sustainability projects. He has held various chairmanship positions on global bodies and served on advisory bodies to government ministers in South Africa and abroad.
About the USB’s Leader’s Angle series
The Leader’s Angle talks were started in 2005. Since then, more than 60 events have been hosted by the USB. The Business School has also taken Leader’s Angle presentations to Gauteng and elsewhere in South Africa, and even to other African countries. Leader’s Angle is one of the ways in which the USB builds relationships between USB stakeholders and the business community. It is also used as a forum where knowledge is shared and debate is encouraged.