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21 July 2022 | Newsletter


In Conversation with Trevor

Over the weekend I watched the Oprah Winfrey, Viola Davis Conversation on Netflix. In her new book, “Finding Me” Viola Davis writes about the impact that the Covid-19 lockdown had on her mental state. I identified with her sentiments as this time last year I found it hard to believe that humanity would be where it is now.Like Viola Davis, l felt as if life was closing in and I battled to make out what a world without Covid, if at all possible, would look like. My father, mother and niece had succumbed to Covid in a week. But as many of our guests have reminded us, this too shall pass – it appears the worst of the Covid season is behind us. Dark and dry seasons visit us often but we must remember they are not here to stay. Tough times are seasons and valleys we walk through towards our lofty purpose. They can’t stop our march towards our purpose.Last week the South Africa Reserve Bank deputy governor, Kuben Naidoo, indicated that the bank would introduce new regulations around trading in cryptocurrency in the next 12-18 months. He said the idea was to regulate cryptocurrency as a financial asset and not a currency and to balance the hype around crypto with protection of investors. Most central banks have decided not to fight digital currencies but to learn and see how it can be used.

This reminded me of Stafford Masie’s views that we need to study and understand Bitcoin before plunging in headlong as some have done with disastrous financial consequences. Perhaps the most powerful point made by Stafford is that the GenZ humanity is what gives momentum to blockchain technology and thus can not be ignored. The price of digital currencies will rise and fall but it appears it is here to stay.

In Conversation with Sim Tshabalala

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Last week’s episode with Sim Tshabalala had a lot of nuggets and l loved his book recommendations . My biggest take away from Sim was the importance of knowing yourself in order to be yourself. He said this takes spending time with yourself each morning before you meet the world. Ralph Tendai Mupita MTN President and CEO also echoed this wisdom in our conversation. My first hour of the day is spent with myself in Bible reading, prayer, meditation and journaling. I grow each day, thanks to these habits.

Watch the conversation here.

Gloria Zvaravanhu MasterClass

The Gloria Zvaravanhu Masterclass

Many in the ICWT community have been raving about the Gloria Zvaravanhu MasterClass for a good reason. Lovejoy Masumbukera had this to say on YouTube, Key take aways – Surround yourself with people that are better than you, failure is not final but instead its an opportunity to learn and to also take time to connect with your source. Thank you so much Gloria.

Follow the Masterclass here.

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Upcoming – In Conversation with Thebe Ikalafeng

Thebe Ikalafeng

Watch this space for the upcoming conversation with Founder and Chairman of Brand africa, Thebe Ikalafeng.

Upcoming – MasterClass with Nyasha Zhou

Nyasha Zhou

Watch this space for the upcoming conversation with finance and Administration Manager for Zimre Properties, Nyasha Zhou.

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in conversation with trevorZimbabwean entrepreneur and newspaper publisher Trevor Ncube sits
down with various high-profile guests in a series of candid,
conversations that seeks to go beyond the headlines
and beyond the sensational.

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