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Clem Sunter: The World in Hard Times and South Africa at a Tipping Point

1.5 - 2 hour Talk including Question and Answer time

Johannesburg 27 November 2013

Will South Africa, in the foreseeable future, see growth or further decay? 

Clem will share his thoughts and knowledge, highlighting the economic and political warning flags that are going up around us in South Africa and the world, and the impact of these on our businesses as well as our daily lives as people living in South Africa. 

This event is aimed at people who are determined to "stay ahead of the curve" amidst the political and economic turbulence that we are finding ourselves in today - for those who want information with which to plan and strategise in order to survive and prosper.

Date: Johannesburg 27 November 2013 - 12h30 to approx. 14h30

Venue: Bryanston Country Club, Johannesburg - BOOKING ESSENTIAL

Cost: R695.00 pp including VAT.  Tea and coffee will be provided.
 

Clem Sunter has been voted by leading South African CEO's as the speaker who made the most significant contribution to, and impact on, best practice and business in South Africa in 2004. In April 2006 Clem was invited to give a presentation on scenario planning at the Central Party School in Beijing, a very rare experience for a foreigner. The strategy conversation model Clem uses has been tried and tested in Australia and Europe to great acclaim.

Speaker profile

Clem Sunter was born in Suffolk, England and was educated at Winchester College. He went to Oxford where he read Politics, Philosophy and Economics before joining Charter Consolidated as a management trainee in 1966.

In 1971, he moved to Lusaka in Zambia to work for Anglo American Corporation Central Africa. From there he was transferred in 1973 to the Head Office of Anglo American Corporation of South Africa in Johannesburg. He spent most of his subsequent career in the Gold and Uranium Division, serving as its Chairman and CEO from 1990 to 1996. At the time it was the largest gold producer in the world. He is now Chairman of the Anglo American Chairman's Fund, which in a recent survey was rated the premier corporate social responsibility fund in South Africa.

In the early 1980s, he established a scenario planning function in Anglo with teams in London and Johannesburg. Two members were Pierre Wack and Ted Newland who previously headed up the scenario planning department at Royal Dutch Shell and then acted as consultants to Anglo for over a decade (after their retirement from Shell). Using material from these teams, Clem put together a presentation entitled 'The World and South Africa in the 1990s' which became very popular in South Africa in the mid-1980s. In it, two scenarios were offered for South Africa: the 'High Road' of negotiation leading to a political settlement and the 'Low Road' of confrontation leading to a civil war and a wasteland. South Africa took the High Road. Two highlights for Clem were a presentation to FW de Klerk and the Cabinet in 1986 and a visit to Nelson Mandela in prison to discuss the future just before his release.

Since 1987, he has authored 13 books some of which have been bestsellers. His other main interest is seeking to mobilise the private sector in the war against HIV/AIDS.

He was recently awarded an Honourary Doctorate by the University of Cape Town for his work in the field of scenario planning. He was also voted by leading South African CEOs as the speaker who made the most significant contribution to, and impact on, best practice and business in South Africa in 2004.

In April 2006, he was invited to give a presentation on scenario planning at the Central Party School in Beijing, a very rare experience for a foreigner.

Clem married Margaret Rowland in 1969 and they have one daughter and two sons. His hobbies include music and golf.

 
 
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