NWU alumni to debate the future of South Africa beyond 2025

Belinda Bantham -- Mon, 07/23/2018 - 11:35

NWU alumni to debate the future of South Africa beyond 2025

What might the future of South Africa look like beyond 2025? Where will the consumers of the future be located? How will smart cities evolve? Can inequality be overcome? And, how will technology alter commerce and development?

These will be the topics of debate during an alumni gathering on 3 August 2018 of graduates from the North-West University’s (NWU’s) Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences on the campus in Vanderbijlpark. (On this campus the faculty was previously known as the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Information Technology.)

The event will start at 18:00 and will be hosted at the Emerald Resort and Casino in Vanderbijlpark.

The discussion will be facilitated by Stefan Olivier, alumnus and chairperson of the Golden Triangle Chamber of Commerce (GTCOC) and all BCom graduates are invited to join in the debate.

More about GTCOC

The GTCOC is a multi-sectorial business organisation that has won several innovation and governance awards over the years. One of these being awarded as the Best Business Chamber in South Africa for three consecutive years.

As two of the pro-active sectors of the community, both the GTCOC and the alumni fraternity constitute important stakeholder groups of the NWU.

Book your seat today

Interested alumni should confirm their attendance by sending an email to Zanele. ngobese@nwu.ac.za or by phoning her on 016 910 3250. The costs involved are R700 per table of ten guests, R140 per couple or R70 per person.



Stefan Olivier