Vusi Thembekwayo speaks LIVE about "The Black Sheep". 2

Vusi Thembekwayo speaks LIVE about “The Black Sheep”.

Vusi Thembekwayo speaks LIVE about "The Black Sheep". 3

Vusi Thembekwayo speaks LIVE about "The Black Sheep". 4

Vusi is an accomplished expert! On and off the stage. He doesn’t just talk about business – he lives it. Seriously, he walks, talks and breathes it! You see, he not only inspires the revolution, he is the one who initiates it.
He was the catalyst for change in companies around the world through expertise in strategy, leadership and sales.

Vusi has experienced an astonishing 21 world cities. Oh and add New York, London, Paris, Lagos, Jersey, Guernsey, Rio de Janeiro, Dar es Salaam, São Paulo, Buenos Aires, Colombo, Nairobi, Kampala, San Francisco to the list.

You get that when you talk about things that make perfect sense.

So let’s start … Vusi is a jammer.
At the age of 25, he led a 400 million division in a 17 billion division for multinational corporations and is now widely regarded as one of the most disruptive forces in venture capital in Africa. He was one of the youngest directors of a listed company in South Africa and today serves on several boards of directors.

He is currently CEO of a boutique investment and consulting firm in Africa. By setting a good example, his company drives medium-sized, large and listed companies into urgently needed, often painful, and always lucrative new directions.
After gracing the cover of Entrepreneur Magazine with contributions to Forbes and Inc500, his social engagement often reflects that of a rock star. ,


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24 thoughts on “Vusi Thembekwayo speaks LIVE about “The Black Sheep”.”

  1. WOW, thank you so much , this reminds me of what one of my mentors(stock market trader) said, he said when the 99% is selling the stock/ shares due to fear the 1% buys at the low price where everyone has assumed it chaos and has concluded the market is falling , the 1% is always going against the tide because they look at the market in a bigger picture , while the 99% view it in short time frames, thank you so much again

  2. This is very true. It is not just applicable in the organisational context but also in the context of personal success. Everyone has the potential for greatness but what separates high achievers from those that remain average is their disposition in the face of crisis. Are you going to slow down because of challenges or are you going to push harder because of them?

  3. Your harsh advice really gave me a different perspective to business and most black businesses really need to abandon the mentality of thinking the government owes them something. The opportunities are not only limited to government tenders, one can also approach the private sector. You are an inspiration and please keep bringing that thruth we don't want to hear. Thanks Vusi

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