eSwatini Thought Leadership Networking Panel Discussion facilitated by Stellenbosch Business School Alumni Association eSwatini Chapter
The Importance of Technology and Organisational Leadership to Unlock Economic Prosperity – A Reflection on the Financial Services and Manufacturing Industries
Stellenbosch Business School, Stellenbosch Business School Executive Development and the Alumni Association are partnering together to host a series of face-to-face Thought Leadership events from 31 October to 10 November with prominent and influential panelists in South Africa, eSwatini, Botswana and Zimbabwe.
This event promises to bring together a diverse and influential audience, fostering meaningful discussions and networking opportunities.
We look forward to hosting you.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Managing Director: Royal eSwatini Sugar Corporation
Nick Jackson has been the Managing Director at the Royal Swaziland Sugar Corporation since early 2009. He has had a long career in sugar, starting as a shift manager at the Tate & Lyle, Thames Refinery in London back in the late eighties. He has moved around the world with Tate & Lyle, first going to Scotland with Tate & Lyle Process Technology, Australia with Bundaberg Sugar and finally on to the United Sugar Company in Saudi Arabia as General Manager, Manufacturing. In 2004 he joined Booker Tate and spent a short time as a consultant before being posted to the Guyana Sugar Corporation in the Caribbean, where he was the CEO from 2005-2009. He has an honours degree in Biochemistry from the University of Lancaster as well as a wife, Vanessa and son and daughter aged 19 and 16 respectively.
Managing Director: eSwatini Electricity Company
Ernest Mkhonta is an experienced General Manager of Operations with a demonstrated history of working in the utilities industry. He is a strong operations professional skilled in Negotiation, Business Planning, Analytical Skills, Microsoft Word and Smart Grid.
Managing Director: eSwatini Bank
Group Public Affairs Manager: Royal eSwatini Sugar Corporation
Sifiso Nyembe is a business leader with an influence in the sectors of hospitality, eco-tourism, beef production, social investment, social facilities management and stakeholder engagement. He is the Stellenbosch Business School Executive Development SMDP alumnus. His reputation management experience spans across various sectors of the economy, such as telecommunications and agriculture in eSwatini and South Africa.