Let entrepreneurship reign - less government and more entrepreneurship

Sikonathi Mantshantsha - Deputy Editor Financial Mail and Writer at Business Day
29 May 2019
17h45 – 18h45 (Registration & eats and nibbles)
19h00 – 20h30 (Presentation + Q&A)
Free Market Foundation, Block 5 Bryanston Gate, 170 Curzon Road, Bryanston (opposite Sandton Medi-Clinic)
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Less government
  • Good governance
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Sikonathi Mantshantsha is Deputy Editor Financial Mail and Writer at Business Day in Johannesburg. A well-known Public Speaker, Sikonathi is a qualified stockbroker and a graduate of the Management Advancement Programme at Wits Business School. He started his journalism career at Finweek and Fin24.com in 2005, before joining Bloomberg News briefly.



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