The rise of the right… We haven’t seen levels of extremism such as this since World War Two.— Vusi Thembekwayo
In 2016 Julius Malema went from being overweight to being underweight.— Vusi Thembekwayo
We should never give politicians unwavering loyalty.— Vusi Thembekwayo
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed public speaking guru Vusi Thembekwayo.
Thembekwayo is glad 2016 is almost over.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
(Also read "How to master public speaking (even if you’re terrified of it)" by Vusi Thembekwayo.)
What Brexit means… it’s alarming!— Vusi Thembekwayo
I’m still flabbergasted by the relationship between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.— Vusi Thembekwayo
Robert Mugabe tried to block the internet then discovered you can’t do that.— Vusi Thembekwayo
I’m just glad 2016 is over!— Vusi Thembekwayo
You can no longer afford to sit on the side-lines! You have a responsibility to get involved! This is the time for active citizenry.— Vusi Thembekwayo
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