Liberty Vuka Knowledge Summit not to be missed

The Liberty Vuka Knowledge Summit takes place at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg on Wednesday and Thursday this week.

The gathering will see local and international leaders from various fields deliver talks on leadership and innovation.

Business mogul Russell Simmons, playwright and poet Wole Sonyika, and electrical engineer Kimberly Bryant are among the international speakers participating in the summit.

702's very own Azania Mosaka will co-host the summit with Timothy Maurice Webster.

Stephen Grootes spoke to Thembeka Saleshando, director for Group Marketing & Brand at Liberty on what more to expect.

We want to appeal to your inquisitive insightful innovation drivers, people who are like minded to basically exchange incubate and walk away with that knowledge shared and use that as a catalyst to change the societies they live in.

Thembeka Saleshando, Director for Group Marketing & Brand at Liberty

We know that it is a challenging economic times, I think for me on a personal note it is just a great time of refreshing and recharging on a personal power bank note.

Thembeka Saleshando, Director for Group Marketing & Brand at Liberty

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