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January 17th, 2018
Vumile Msweli

Vumile Msweli

Vumile Msweli, Hesed Consulting CEO

Vumile Msweli is the Chief Executive Officer at Hesed Consulting.

She is one of Africa’s leading businesswomen who has been awarded the Mail and Guardian Top 200 most influential Young South Africans, the Elle Boss of the Year in the Corporate Category as well as the Gauteng Premier Award for Excellence in Leadership.

She has previously worked for reputable multi-national institutions including Barclays, Investec, Nedbank, First National Bank and Vodafone.

She has corporate global teams in Africa(Nigeria; Kenya; Democratic Republic of Congo; Zambia; Lesotho; Ghana; Tanzania; Mozambique and South Africa) and Europe (Scotland; Isle of Man and England).

Msweli is an avid coach speaker having spoken in conferences, expos, workshops around the globe on topics such as leadership, women empowerment, finance matters and how to conduct business in Africa.

She is an entrepreneur who commenced her first venture at the age of 22 years old. Her business interests currently span across the property, retail, logistics and consulting sectors.

She has been featured in various media publications including The Thinker, Forbes Woman Africa, True Love Magazine, Destiny and Essays of Africa Magazine.

She has been featured on Ghana’s ETV, is regular contributor on SAFM (radio station) on business and women’s issues as well as the business anchor for Voice of Wits (radio station).

She is a passionate speaker, coach and workshop facilitator who specializes in leadership and finance.

Msweli is a firm believer in women empowerment, entrepreneurship and education being the keys to fundamentally change the trajectory of the African continent. She has been an entrepreneur for almost a decade has a passion for driving change.

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