AFRICA: Changing the Narrative

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Creating A Pan-African Communications Consultancy Starts With The People

With unprecedented access to technology, the way in which we connect has rapidly evolved and revolutionized the work we are able to deliver to clients.

Harnessing the spirit of Pan-Africanism – which is rooted in the idea that we can operate collectively to achieve a shared goal, despite our differences – we are now, more than ever, able to work across borders to create impact at a local level.

However, in order to do this successfully, there a few things that need to be done correctly.

Jordan Rittenberry serves as the CEO of Edelman Africa. Based in Johannesburg, Rittenberry oversees the firm’s work across the continent. Supporting a number of blue chip brands and multinational corporations, Edelman Africa has executed programs in more than 30 countries across Africa over the last two years on behalf of clients including Deloitte, GE, HP, Mars, Nissan and Unilever.

This is the African Century

Group CEO of Standard Bank, Sim Tshabalala believes this is the African century and that Africans will be the ones driving the development of the continent. He spoke to Teresa Clarke of Africa.com at the World Economic Forum in Davos about making sure the African continent plays its rightful role in the world by driving economic, social, human, and environmental developments.

Simphiwe Tshabalala is joint Chief Executive of the Standard Bank Group and Chief Executive of Standard Bank South Africa. 

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