TRANSNET chief executive Brian Molefe will address the Nelson Mandela Bay business community on "unusual business" next week.
In a public lecture on Thursday next week at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Business School's Bird Street campus, Molefe will share his views around forward-thinking, as well as "alternative and unusual approaches to business and leadership in times of fundamental change".
Earlier this month, Molefe challenged existing paradigms when he discussed the future plans of Transnet in diversifying South Africa's state-owned transport firm and pursuing "greener", more energy efficient locomotives in a front-cover story published by a South African magazine.
Molefe has been Transnet's chief executive since 2011 and has received several accolades from industry organisations and professional bodies, especially for his contribution to the South African economy.
He holds a Master of Business Leadership and a BCom degree from the University of South Africa as well as a postgraduate diploma in economics from the University of London.
Next week's lecture is open to all the stakeholder constituencies of the NMMU Business School – in business, management and leadership, including small- and medium-sized business owners, entrepreneurs as well as stakeholders from private and public sector firms.
For more information contact the business school at email@example.com visit the school's website, www.leadersfortomorrow.co.za