Tshokolo Nchocho

Tshokolo Nchocho

CEO Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)

Mr Tshokolo Nchocho has both academic qualifications and extensive experience in development finance and banking. He holds a B Com from the University of the North, a Master of Business Leadership from UNISA and a Masters degree in Development Finance from the University of London; and an Advanced Management Programme from the Harvard Business School. His experience in development finance and banking stretches over a 28-year period, including a lengthy period at the Development Bank of Southern Africa and as the CEO of the Land Bank.
 

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Tuesday 04/02/2020

From 16:40 To 17:40

02/04/2020 16:40 02/04/2020 17:40 Preparing For the Fourth Industrial Revolution: How Can African Mining Position Itself for Growth and Avoid the Shocks of Potential Automation?
  • How should labour and industry work together to ensure Africa’s mining sector doesn’t fall behind, while looking after employees?
  • The big debate: Should the country import highly skilled workers for this if each one of them creates another four jobs?
  • The African Union (AU) Agenda 2063 is a blueprint to support the continent’s accelerated growth, tech transformation, and to drive the benefits of a digitised economy. 
  • The AU agenda is aligned to South Africa’s own National Development Plan (NDP) 2030 vision of transforming the country into an inclusive and innovative digital society. 
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"Preparing For the Fourth Industrial Revolution: How Can African Mining Position Itself for Growth and Avoid the Shocks of Potential Automation?"

Deshnee Naidoo Dr. Nombasa Tsengwa Froydis Cameron George Gilchrist John Welborn Tshokolo Nchocho
Time and date

Tuesday 04/02/2020

From 16:40 To 17:40

02/04/2020 16:40 02/04/2020 17:40 Preparing For the Fourth Industrial Revolution: How Can African Mining Position Itself for Growth and Avoid the Shocks of Potential Automation?
  • How should labour and industry work together to ensure Africa’s mining sector doesn’t fall behind, while looking after employees?
  • The big debate: Should the country import highly skilled workers for this if each one of them creates another four jobs?
  • The African Union (AU) Agenda 2063 is a blueprint to support the continent’s accelerated growth, tech transformation, and to drive the benefits of a digitised economy. 
  • The AU agenda is aligned to South Africa’s own National Development Plan (NDP) 2030 vision of transforming the country into an inclusive and innovative digital society. 
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