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Desirée M. Cormier 2h
The incredible Graça Machel challenging us to identify what the challenges of the next 100 years will be and how we can use the example of Madiba to address them.
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Global Citizen Impact 2h
A special Impact Update from . Nelson Mandela Children's Fund has received R5 million as part of 's commitment of R5 million a year for the next three years.
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Lindsay Long 15m
Great moment with : was a shining light in so many ways, and we must keep repeating what he did and what he brought to the world. We must remember the legacy of those who are great so we do not have to live with those who are not.
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NelsonMandela 27m
Tricia Primrose: a strategy for growth at all levels is to create opportunities with low barriers to entry, and then you train and grow with skills. Especially important for engaging women and youth.
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Elizabeth Bradley 24m
“Corruption is the cancer of democracy” Secretary Albright at
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Dan Hilton 38m
It's an honor to hear from our first female Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright. Thanks to for putting this together & continuing to look for different ways to connect the American business community w. Africa. , ,
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Desirée M. Cormier 44m
It was really the terrible things happening around me that made me want to make a difference in the world. - at Business Forum
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Linda Thomas-Greenfield 34m
Fireside Chat: Lessons Learned from Madiba. Former Secretary Albright with Exec VP . Democracy has to not only be about voting but promoting the rule of law.
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NelsonMandela 24m
Consistent message from the panel today, you must be invested in the place, committed to it, part of the community. Education and skills are essential, but also supporting the economy at all levels to elevate the community as a whole.
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Desirée M. Cormier 11m
People are talking to their governments on 21st century technology, governments are responding on 20th century technology, and providing 19th century solutions. - sharing a Silicon Valley assessment of the current disconnect btwn people & govts.
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NelsonMandela 54m
Replying to @NelsonMandela
Mrs Machel said that dismantling apartheid seemed impossible, but succeeded bc of commitment to work together. Poverty, inequality & unemployment are apartheid of today, but also not impossible to tackle if we work together
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EBR 1h
Great panel chaired by at Business Forum discussing how to reduce poverty, Inequality and unemployment.
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JosinaZMachel 1h
With inspiring and gigantic women and at the celebrating
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U.S. Chamber 43m
Watch Now: Our EVP and Head of International Affairs Myron Brilliant interviews Former Secretary of State Secretary Albright at the Centennial Business Forum
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AnnMaura Connolly 1m
Madeline Albright: “We are stronger when we do not exclude anyone.” Exactly. Thanks for this incredible Mandela Centennial Business Forum
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NelsonMandela 26m
Tim Murphy: Business can do its part to build small and medium enterprises by extending micro loans and opportunities for growth through the supply chain.
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NelsonMandela 56m
Ambassador Donald Gips facilitated a panel discussion with panellists Isaac Shongwe (Letsema), Tricia Primrose (Marriott International), Tim Murphy (MasterCard) & Julie Benadie (Bank of America Merrill Linch) at today’s discussion.
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NelsonMandela 1h
Scott Eisner, President: US-Africa Business Center opens saying that Nelson Mandela laid the fundamental groundwork for growth following apartheid. Rest he was one of the most important advocates for economic freedom the world has ever known
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AnnMaura Connolly 51m
Thanks for highlighting the great work of at the Mandela Centennial Business Forum at the this am Scott Eisner!
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Karen Sherman 55m
Almost as good as being here. Follow along via livestream from
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