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Listen to Dudu Msomi - The long road SA’s women face by POWERFM987

Monday, 1 May 2018

 


Post SONA reflections podcast on Kaya FM

Sunday, 18 February 2018

 


Interface on SABC 2: Racism

Sunday, 10 January 2016

Racism against black people, the extent to which white people continue to benefit, unfairly, and what solutions we should be focusing on especially in corporate SA.

 


SABC Morning Live: South Africa’s Growth Strategy - need to prioritise and re-emphasise manufacturing

8 June 2015

 


Dudu Msomi interview with Thami Ngubeni on Radio 2000

Thursday, 21 May 2015 

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Power FM: South Africa Losing its Competitive Edge?

29 April 2015

 


Newsroom, SABC News: Women in Business

21 April 2015

 

 


Morning Live, Channel 404: The Wisdom of Mentorship

14 March 2015

 


Dudu Msomi on Power FM in anticipation of SONA 2015

Thursday, 12 Feb 2015

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SABC Morning Live Interview

1 January 2015

 


Networking

10 October 2013

Bruce Whitfield chats to Dudu Msomi, Busara Leadership Partners about the value of networking.

 


SABC3: Interface

6 November 2013

 


SABC2: Morning Live

6 November 2013

 


ABN Television Interview: Advancing Women in Leadership with Dudu Msomi

06 February 2013, Beyond Markets

 

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