In conversation with Nolitha Fakude on her memoir Boardroom Dancing

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Corporate activist and business woman, Nolitha Fakude, has spent her 29-year career focusing on the development of women and marginalised communities in the workplace and society. A passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion, she is best known for driving transformation. In her memoir, Boardroom Dancing, Nolitha tells the story of her corporate life - from her childhood as a shopkeeper's daughter in the Eastern Cape, to her very senior positions at JSE listed companies, including Woolworths, Nedbank and Sasol. She is currently the chairwoman of Anglo American SA. Boardroom Dancing is her personal journey, as well as a lesson for South Africans committed to the transformation of boardrooms and the economy.


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south africa, Nolitha Fakude, women, workplace