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#LWOL: A discussion with Yunus Suleman on the impact of Africa’s Education system on our society and corporate environment

#LWOL: A discussion with Yunus Suleman on the impact of Africa’s Education system on our society and corporate environment






With International Literacy Day just around the corner, we invited Yunus Suleman to host yesterday’s ‘Lunch with Our Leaders’ discussion on our LinkedIn forum. The topic was ‘Africa’s Education System: the impact on our society and corporate environment.’

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LWOL: Dinesh Kumar discusses the topic ‘What’s trending in Procurement?’

LWOL: Dinesh Kumar discusses the topic ‘What’s trending in Procurement?’











Associate Director at KPMG Dr Dinesh Kumar recently joined the Lunch with our Leaders (LWOL) forum on LinkedIn to chat with anyone having a question on the subject of procurement.

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Famous Brands, the owner of brands such as Debonairs and Steers, has ambitious expansion plans for oil-rich African countries such as Nigeria, Ghana and Angola.

Lunch with our Leaders: Effective Procurement Models











Procurement departments and stakeholders are notorious for a myopic focus on savings. But how do successful procurement organisations drive top-line and bottom-line value to the businesses that they serve?

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LWOL. A discussion with Mark Barnes on ‘Industrial Manufacturing: Africa versus other high growth markets’











This past Thursday we invited our LinkedIn contacts to present Mark with any questions they might have on the topic of ‘Industrial Manufacturing: Africa versus other high growth markets’ during a Lunch With Our Leaders (LWOL) session.

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Gold price and tax reform to mould state of mining sector

LWOL: A discussion with Michael John Hastings on global manufacturing and its impact on Africa’s economy











“The challenges of the past five years have resulted in massive changes to the manufacturing landscape and there is every indication that these macroeconomic winds of change will continue to blow,”

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The primacy of manufacturing in unlocking Africa's potential

Join Lord Michael John Hastings for ‘Lunch with our Leaders’ on LinkedIn











This Thursday by 14:00 CAT, KPMG Africa will be facilitating a Q&A session on our LinkedIn platform – KPMG Africa Lunch with our Leaders. The theme for this weeks’ ‘Lunch’ is Global Manufacturing and its impact on Africa’s Economy.

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Emerging Trends in the Nigerian Power Sector

Emerging Trends in the Nigerian Power Sector











All is set for todays “lunch” with Segun Sowande, a power sector expert and partner in the Management Consulting unit of KPMG Nigeria. He will be providing insights and facts on the emerging trends in the power sector of Nigeria.

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The potential of telemedicine in developing countries

The potential of telemedicine in developing countries











In absentia healthcare has been around for a long time, utilising methods such as smoke signals, the post and two-way radio, but with the help of telephony (in particular mobile telephony), the internet and other IT technology such as satellites the possibilities for medical professionals and healthcare staff to communicate with one another and with patients at great distances…

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Lunch with our Leader talks to Sheel Gill











In 2013, KPMG Africa Lunch with our Leader – a weekly LinkedIn discussion group creating an opportunity for you to engage in meaningful discussion with our leadership – featured one of KPMG Africa’s finest, with 20 years of experience: Sheel Gill, Director of KPMG Kenya.

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‘Lunch with our Leaders’ talks: Moses Kgosana, Chief Executive at KPMG in South Africa











KPMG’s Lunch with our Leaders (LWOL) aims to create a platform for like-minded business individuals to interact with KPMG’s leadership. Membership is open to any LinkedIn user and members of the group are encouraged to ask questions pertinent to business in general.

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