As part of a wide-scale effort by the One Young World African Network to change the world's perception of Africa, Ambassadors and Delegates for One Young World 2011 write for the esteemed South African 'Mail & Guardian: Thought Leader' blog on what drives them as young leaders, inspiring debate and taking their leadership aspirations to the next level.
The One Young World African Network of Ambassadors and new 2011 Delegates write weekly posts on Africa, leadership, social and economic development, business, youth engagement and other opinion-driving issues, lead by Nobukhosi Ngwenya, Zimbabwean 'Convening Ambassador'. This blog is a major achievement for the African network as they seek to implement various media projects as part of a wider effort to change the world's perception of Africa, for Africans, by Africans.
"Thought Leader" is an editorial group blog of quality commentary and analysis.
Its aim is to provide a platform for thought-provoking opinion from Mail & Guardian [South Africa] journalists and columnists as well as other writers, commentators, intellectuals and opinion makers across various industries and political spectrums. Thought Leader is not only a platform for some of [South Africa's] established writers and personalities but is home to some of the country’s up-and-coming writers.
Thought Leader is all about debate, offering readers the opportunity to comment and discuss issues raised by contributors."
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