DURBAN - The 2019 Forbes Woman Africa Leading Women Summit welcomes top Chief Executives from government and the private sector to participate in this year’s panel discussion entitled ‘The Future Economy: How Chief Executive's Can Lead Value Creation’.
The discussion forms part of an extensive summit programme – taking place at Durban’s Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre on Friday, 8 March – that is set to welcome influential women in the business, sports, science, entertainment and leadership space.
"The panel discussion is always a highly-anticipated segment of the Forbes Woman Africa Leading Women Summit," said Methil Renuka, Managing Editor of Forbes Africa and Forbes Woman Africa, and this year’s host.
She added "It affords women, with a wealth of experience and insight, the opportunity to share their views on how to impact society and the economy while engaging with others on ways to make this possible. This year’s panel is certain to bring varying perceptions on how Chief Executives are able to lead value creation".
Basani Maluleke, Chief Executive of African Bank; Grace Harding, Chief Executive of Ocean Basket and Nozipho Sithole, Chief Executive at Transnet Port Terminals will lead the 2019 panel discussion, which will seek to answer various economy-related questions, including: