Kingdom Leadership Meetings
A Leadership Conference was held from 24 to 26 July 2018 hosted by the Standerton4Jesus Pastors Fraternal in the Standerton City Hall.
The purpose of the conference was to strengthen and inspire, to build unity and promote collaboration between the different spheres of leadership in the Lekwa municipal area with one goal to bring transformation to our town and region.
We were honored to have a special guest speaker, Dr. Pearl Kupe addressing the four different spheres of leadership namely: Church Leaders, Political Leaders, Business Leaders and Business Women.
More about Dr Pearl Kupe
Dr. Pearl Kupe earned her LLB, Bachelor of Laws degree from University of Botswana (in conjunction with Edinburgh University), and her LLM, Masters of Law (Advanced Labour Law), (with distinction) and PGD in dispute Resolution (with distinction) from the University of Cape Town. Dr. Pearl Kupe is also a certified Business coach qualified through the University of Berkley, USA.
Dr. Kupe has lectured to LLM students at the University of Pretoria, University of Port Elizabeth, and University of Cape Town in labour law and to the Botswana Institute of Accountants (BIAC) in the field of Mercantile Law. She has also lectured and coordinated a regional ILO sponsored PGD dispute resolution programme that was developed for SADC (Southern Africa Development Community) mediators, conciliators and officers working in the dispute resolution field from Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland and Botswana.
Pearl Kupe is a frequent commentator on radio and television in South Africa and internationally. She has hosted and continues to host educational, current affairs and TV programmes on South African national television and is a regular columnist for a number of magazines in the Southern African region.
She has served as Senior State & Principal State Counsel in the Botswana Attorney General Chambers and was also as the first appointed Registrar to the Botswana Industrial (Labour Court).
She worked as a Social Dialogue Specialist with the ILO, International Labour Organisation, a UN agency that deals with labour law reform and social dialogue issues for six years as a Social Dialogue Specialist with the ILO Office in Pretoria with the mandate to advance and promote labour peace in eight of the SADC (Southern African Development Community) nations. After working with the ILO, Ms. Kupe worked as corporate executive for Transnet Ltd, the biggest transport and Logistics Company in Africa....
It seems like the time for Standerton has finally come and we say Ke Nako – It is Time!
THE PROGRAM WAS AS FOLLOW: