Leadership Lessons From Julius Malema in Lonmin Tragedy

Being discharged as the African National Congress’ (ANC) youth leader has not stopped Julius Malema from gracing platforms on what has been dubbed the Marikana / Lonmin Tragedy. According to Mail & Guardian and News 24, Malema blamed the government for the “massacre”. He is also said to be assembling a legal team to help free […]

Without These 6 People You’re Doomed!

Fact: we do not have everything within us to succeed. The truth is that we need people around us. We need help from other people to help us grow. We need people to help us accomplish anything. There is no such thing as “a self-made man”. A couple of weeks ago I was privileged to […]

Confidence For The Ministry Leader

Leadership can be challenging, especially in times where none of those we lead express confidence in us. What can be even a greater challenge is when you, as a leader, have no confidence in your leadership either! Those we lead can lose confidence in our leadership perhaps due to a series bad decisions. Perhaps from […]

Dominating From The “T”

One of my lessons from last week was on the squash court. I played one of the best games I’ve played this year! One of the fundamental lessons my coach taught me in high school was the importance of the “T”. Let me explain. The “T” on the squash court is sort of the (technical) […]