André de Beer
With more than 20 years experience in enterprise ICT engineering, and more than 15 years of experience in the leisure property market as Chairman and CEO of the Golden Oak Group, André de Beer has the ability to delegate and manage the entire workforce of a business and to motivate the people around him to be as passionate about the business as he is. His extensive knowledge of the regional market enables him to identify emerging “niche markets” and develop new investment opportunities, ahead of his competition. His practical approach to business has brought tangible and successful results in each of his businesses. André is well educated and holds a number of degrees and diploma’s in various disciplines. He is well versed in education and training, life skills development, programming and communications and business management.
Prince Cedza Dlamini
Prince Cedza Dlamini is an international public speaker (as a UN Millennium Development Goals spokesperson and activist), a humanitarian and a social entrepreneur. He was born into the Royal Family in Swaziland and founded the Ubuntu Institute as an organization that would benefit youth and provide education on how the Millennium Development Goals could be achieved in Africa. He has a degree in International Relations and Political Science from Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts, in the USA. His strategy is to focus on four key goals: eradication of poverty; gender and women empowerment; education; and eradication of HIV/AIDS. As the CEO of the Ubuntu Institute, he promotes a values-based approach (looking at the role of heritage, indigenous knowledge systems and culture) in achievement of the UN Millennium Development Goals and is responsible for providing strategic direction for the organization.