At the Ziwani Gauteng Connect event, Kerryne discussed maintaining faith during difficult times. She highlights the significance of living out your calling, practicing integrity, pursuing excellence, and embracing generosity. She draws from her own experiences to illustrate how her faith in God supported her through business challenges, and she urges leaders to view difficulties as chances for personal development and positive outcomes.
Watch the inspiring account of how Robert Bayigamba survived the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. Robert became CEO at Manumetal a few months before the genocide started. Shortly after taking up the job, he and his family had to escape the country for their safety. They narrowly escaped with their lives, but Robert later returned to Kigali and used his business to contribute towards the reconstruction of the country and a source for good in his community. *NOTE: contains some disturbing footage of the genocide. Not for sensitive viewers.
A successful career demands deep commitment – the kind of dedication that can easily take over your life. Especially when the husband is an award-winning architect, and the wife is a CA travelling all over the world. Yet James and Valentine Gitoho mastered the art of doing excellent work, without becoming slaves to it. Be encouraged by their remarkable story!
Nola Dlamini is an electrical engineer with 24 years’ experience in the ICT sector. As a corporate professional and a single mom, she believes there is great comfort in surrendering to God sovereignty. Though some moments seem insignificant at the time, when we look back we can see God has been working out his plan and purpose for our careers all along.
Balancing our professional and private lives is tough in today's busy world. Irrespective of what industry we're in, most of us struggle to strike a healthy balance between working long hours and running a household and managing a family. This is especially true of Christian business leaders in Africa. Listen to Almero Strauss, Abella Bateyunga, Jacob Zikusooka and Phillipa Geard at the Ziwani "At the Lake" webinar as they discuss how to tackle this challenge.
Few people remember the 2014 demise of African Bank as acutely as Sam Houlie. Overnight, he was no longer celebrated as an icon of success, but shunned as a marked man with no future. Yet there is much more to this story than personal resilience in the face of public failure. This is the powerful testimony of how God used the despair and ashes of one family – to bring hope and beauty to many.
Hope. Hard work. Not handouts. This is Nelson Ashitiva’s plan for a prosperous Africa. Rising from a one-man band in a notorious Nairobi slum, to an award-winning advocate and founder of a Top Ten law firm in Kenya – he knows what it takes. Passionate about creating opportunities for others to scale their businesses from kiosk to corporate, he illustrates an inspired way of loving your neighbour.
Meet the remarkable minds behind The Monday Christian podcast series – Paul Kim and Sibs Sibanda – who believe that the Bible has a lot to say about work. Over 28 episodes, they explore the ways we can practically, thoughtfully, faithfully, and fruitfully connect the dots between Sundays and the rest of the week. (Listen to the first episode here: https://lnkd.in/dxKBpxB7)