BRICS Council

The BRICS Council is composed of 25 of the most prominent business entrepreneurs from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. These individuals represent various industries and sectors within the BRICS nations. Dr Iqbal Survé was appointed as a South African delegate of the BRICS Council by the President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma.
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Clinton Global Initiative

The Clinton Global Initiative was founded in 2005 by President Bill Clinton as an initiative of the Clinton Foundation. The Clinton Global Initiative brings together global leaders to create innovative solutions to the world’s most serious issues. The executive of the Sekunjalo group, Dr Iqbal Survé is a founding board member of the foundation.
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B20/G20 Taskforce

The Business 20 (B20) outreach group is an influential platform bringing together business leaders from G20 economies, and advocates for critical issues for enterprises.

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World Economic Forum (WEF)

Dr Iqbal Survé has been appointed as the Vice-Chairperson of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Emerging Multinationals, and is a member of the Global Growth Companies Board. Sekunjalo has also previously been invited by WEF to join a number of countries in the Green Growth Alliance (G2A2) where Sekunjalo and various other members of WEF and the G20 group have supported initiatives to limit the impact of climate change.

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Young Presidents Organisation (YPO)

YPO (Young Presidents’ Organization) is the world’s premier peer network of chief executives and business leaders. Founded in 1950, YPO today provides 23,000 peers and their families in more than 130 countries with access to unique educational and networking experiences designed to support their business, community and personal leadership.
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China Development Bank and the China Africa Development Fund

The China Development Bank and the China-Africa Development Fund (CADFund) is one of the “Eight Measures” for China-Africa cooperation announced by the Chinese government. The China-Africa Development Fund was established to encourage and support Chinese companies to invest in Africa.
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From far left: Dr Iqbal Survé, Patrice Motsepe and Maite-Nkoana Mashabane at 2013 BRICS Summit in Durban