SADC-WIB Connect series #3 – SPEAKERS
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN THE HEALTH SECTOR
The webinar will assist women to understand available opportunities in the health sector from the experts who are successful business women and man, and the best in the industry. They will share information on available opportunities in the Health Sector and how entrepreneurs can access these opportunities.
Dr. Anna T Mokgokong
CHANcELLOR Nwu, AfroCentric Health Group and SADC-WIB patron
about Dr Mokgokong
Chancellor Dr. Mokgokong is a co-founder and Executive Chairperson of Community Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd a 100% black owned company founded in 1995.
She was appointed Honorary Consul General of Iceland in Pretoria (2017). The North-West University (NWU) installed Dr Anna Mokgokong, as its third and first female chancellor (November 2019).
A renowned business figure in South Africa and globally with widespread experience in Healthcare, Academia and Commerce. She is recognized as a Senior Director of Companies on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange as she serves on five listed companies namely: Non-executive Chairperson of Afrocentric Investment Corporation, Rebosis Property Fund Limited and Jasco Electronics Holdings Limited and non-executive Director of Companies and first female Director of Shoprite Holdings Limited the largest retailer in Africa and in 2019 appointed as a non-executive lead independent director as well as Adcock Ingram Holdings Limited, a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer. She also serves on numerous non-listed entities, including Seriti Coal which she chairs and is the second largest coal supplier to Eskom utility. She has received numerous local and international.
She is a social activist and passionate about women empowerment transformation to bring about equality in the economy of Africa.
Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe
Chancellor UCT, sA entrepreneur and philanthropist
About Dr Precious
Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe is the co-Founder of the Motsepe Foundation and the Founder of Africa Fashion International (AFI) and is the Chancellor Elect of the University of Cape Town (term commencing 2020). She is a businesswoman and philanthropist who started her career in medicine at Wits University and worked in various public hospitals in South Africa as well as the Medical College of Virginia in the USA. Together with her husband, Dr Patrice Motsepe, she founded the Motsepe Foundation in 1999, and in 2013 they became the first couple from Africa to join the Giving Pledge. Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe founded one of the first Women’s Clinics in Johannesburg
Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe holds an MBBch and Dch from Wits University and a diploma in Women’s Health from Stellenbosch University.
She serves on Harvard Kennedy School – Women’s Leadership Board, Centre for Public Leadership Council, World Economic Forum – Global Agenda Council ,Maverick Collective (USA) – Co Chairman
Cancer Association of South Africa – Past President ,Chancellor Elect – University of Cape Town (UCT) 2020, International Women’s Forum of South Africa
Dr Nomonde Mabuya
Chairman: Health Squared, founder/CEO: Ntombizomonde Health Care Solutions
About Dr Nomonde
Dr Nomonde Mabuya is the Chairman of Health Squared medical scheme board of trustees and founder and CEO of Ntombizomonde Health Care Solutions (Pty) Ltd. Dr Nomonde started her medical career at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital. She went into private practice as a GP for an number of years and thereafter became an Occupational Health and Safety Consultant for a number of large corporations and unlisted companies, including Vodacom, Deloittes, Standard Bank of SA, Telkom and the South African Reserve Bank. She holds a Medical degree, an Honours degree in Aerospace Medicine and a post-graduate diploma in Occupational Medicine. She also holds an MBA (cum laude), specialising in Strategic Marketing.
She is the Chairman of Armcoil Afrika (Pty) Ltd, Non-executive Director RAF, Non-executive Director SKF South Africa
President of SADC-WIB (Co-Host)
Shiphra Chisha is the President and Co-Founder of the SADC Women in Business, a company set to create wealth and unify the voice of women-owned businesses in the SADC region.
She is a Social Entrepreneur and Director of MKT Investments, a 14 year consultancy firm established to ensure sustainable economic development of mining communities through collaboration with mining companies, government, MSMEs, traditional leadership and other partners to shape an impartial and sustainable continent.
She is a member of the South African BRICS Skills and Manufacturing/Mining Working Groups, a member of the IWF Global, Institute of Directors South Africa (IODSA), Women in Mining South Africa (WiMSA) and Advisory Board Member of AWEaP.
Her previous roles include the Executive Head of the BRICS Institute, CEO of the Sishen Iron Ore Community Trust, NED of the Anglo American Coal and Chairman of the Anglo American Inyosi Coal Trust.
She holds a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), a Management Development Programme with UNISA, a Bachelor of Commerce in Economics and SLP from GIBS.
Mr Josue Waffo
Co-founder and group CEO at InsurAfrica
Mr Waffo is MSc Eng, Investment Banker and serial Entrepreneur with extensive international experience in Financial Services, Lean Startup/Agile/Design Thinking & Management Consulting.
Josue is Ms Eng. of Polytechnic University of Yaoundé, Cameroon, Certified Property & Casualty Underwriter from CNPP, (Paris, France), Alumni of Citibank School of Banking (London, UK), Certified Private Equity Professional from Breaking Into Wall Street Institute (BIWS), USA, OpenExO Certified Consultant (Singularity University), USA
He is the Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of InsurAfrica, an InsurTech platform with a vision of empowering communities to live an inspiring life by providing Digital Insurance, Quality healthcare through an extensive network of happy providers, and for healthy Communities. InsurAfrica is on mission to make Africans happier, healthier, and performing at their best.
Co-Founder of Renewable Biomass Group (“RBG”), a Adel, Georgia (USA) midstream Renewable Energy company.
Co-Founder of the African Receivables Exchange (“AfRX”), a Fintech platform for working capital tied up in Receivables of SME’s balance sheet. AfRX was introduced to NasdaqOMX (Stockholm) in 2014.
Previously, Financial Institutions Group Head with Citibank from 2001 to 2009.
Prior to that, worked 6 years for AXA Assurances as Senior Property & Casualty Underwriter for Industrial Portfolio from 1996 to 2000
Josue has advised and consulted for a dozen of Insurance and reinsurance companies in Africa in digitally transforming their business model and corporate culture including OGAR Gabon, Chanas Assurances Cameroun, Colina Group (now SANLAM), SONAR Burkina, AREA Assurances Cameroun and Africa-RE.
chapter head SADC-wib ZAMBIA (host)
Inutu Zaloumis-Kalumba is a Zambian born property consultant who serves as Managing Director of Pam Golding Properties Zambia. Zaloumis – Kalumba served as Managing Director of Two Rivers Development Limited from 2018 TO 2019,
Serving as Managing Director of Pam Golding Properties Zambia a company she co-founded in 2008. She serves as a member of the working group and a member of the Africa List – a select group of the top 100 CEOs in Zambia who are playing a role in driving economic growth. She also serves as a founding member of the Zambia Green Building Council. Previous member of the Regulatory Bodies Working Group for the Kenya Property Developers Association. She also continues as a Director for Pam Golding Properties Zambia. She has recently been appointed as a Non Executive Director for Sanlam Life Insurance Zambia and serves as a member of the Investments Committee. In 2018, she was named one of the top 10 female influential business leaders in Zambia. She holds a Bachelors in Business Administration from the Copperbelt University, a Post Graduate Certificate in Mechanics of Real Estate Finance from Middlesex University, and is currently pursuing her Master’s in
Business Administration with the African Leadership University. She is married with three children.