Ethical Foundation for Leadership Excellence
Rev. Mautji Pataki
Chairman of the Board
A South African based Non-Profit Initiative set up to contribute to the creation of quality leadership. This is an effort to create a society governed by ethical values and the commitment to uphold excellence as a virtue. This ideal is achieved through:
Mentoring | Training | Conversations
Creating a Society that is Free
from corrupt and unethical culture
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“THE LEADERSHIP SOUTH AFRICA REQUIRES,
DESERVES AND DESIRES: BEYOND 2019”
2nd Biennial Conference 2018
20 September 2018 @ 08h00
68 Biccard Street
Former State President Kgalema Motlanthe
Ms Cathy Mohlahlana
A CALL TO SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT TO REQUEST
THE AMBASSADOR OF ISRAEL TO LEAVE SOUTH AFRICA.
“The Ethical Foundation for Leadership Excellence finds the act of killing and injuring so many Palestinians by the Israeli Defence Force both distasteful and deplorable; and therefore inexcusable.
In as much as the South African Government has correctly withdrawn its Ambassador to Israel, it would send a moral message if the Israeli Ambassador to South Africa was to leave with immediate effect”.
Rev. Mautji Pataki Chairman of the Ethical Foundation for Leadership Excellence.
NEWS - MEDIA - RESOURCE
18 July 2018
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Gala Dinner May 2018
In the wake of the ANC’s Nasrec resolution on the land question followed by the subsequent decision by the National Assembly to look into the possibility of amending the Constitution to allow the expropriation of land without compensation, the Ethical Foundation for Leadership Excellence convened a public conversation on the subject of Land Reform in South Africa.
This gave the Foundation an opportunity not only to raise awareness but to share knowledge and insight into how the land question can be handled in South Africa. The choice of Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, Advocate of the SA High Court and Author of “THE LAND IS OURS” as a Keynote Speaker afforded the audience an opportunity to be exposed to the dynamics and developments around the land question in SA.
The Conversation was attended by people from
Political Parties, Judiciary, Faith Communities, Business,
Traditional Leadership and NGOs.