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August 30th, 2017
Johnny Muteba

Johnny Muteba

Johnny Muteba, Pan African Chamber of Commerce Founder and CEO

Johnny Muteba has an ability of connecting entrepreneurial vision, creative passion and innovative problem solving.

His enthusiasm and experience provide for compelling insights, interesting ideas and refreshing approaches.

He offers a broad range of professional services for artists, corporations, universities and government across all he does.

Muteba taps into the power of creativity to innovate lives, bottom lines, organizations and communities which sustain us.

He specializes in building capacity and creating change with a focus in creative engagement, project management, leadership development and social innovation

Muteba has been using entrepreneurship as a tool for change for over 10 years.

He has worked with migrants and refugees in Southern Africa, youth and business development organizations and all levels of government to develop sustainable entrepreneurial projects in recreation, the arts, and environment and business sectors.

He has a special passion for working with young entrepreneurs.

He is also an active volunteer and human rights activist.

He is the founder of Creative South Africa, Kwame Nkrumah Institute, The Pan African Chamber of Commerce, the South African Film and Television Academy and overseas the Africa council for social enterprise and sits on a number of national and continental committees to further develop the policy environment and capacity for growth.

He has acted in, directed and produced more than 11 films for both local and international markets and has seen his work featured on Mzansi Magic,Africa Magic, SABC, Soweto TV.

Muteba’s work is driven by a passion to understand how cultural identity influences our experiences and perceptions of the world around us.

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