Africa’s future lies in the investment of developing effective, values-based and enlightened African leaders.
The Africa Leadership Initiative (ALI) was conceived as a Pan-African initiative and borne out of a belief that Africa’s future lies in the investment in and development of effective, values-based and enlightened African leaders. It was launched in 2001 as a collaborative effort of seven partner organisations in Africa and the United States.
Fellows are mobilizing their energies, skills and the resources at their disposal to address the foremost social and economic challenges around the world in a variety of sectors.
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Isaac Shongwe was the guest speaker at the FVZS Annual Lecture on the 22nd of April 2015, hosted by Stellenbosch University's Frederik van Zyl Slabbert Institute for Student Leadership Development.
Looking at SA today, one is forced to think about the events in Jerusalem many thousands of weeks ago, writes Rev Alan Storey
ALI Fellow Kuben Naidoo gets promoted to Deputy Governor of South African Reserve Bank
ALI Fellow Réjane Woodroffe and Bulungula Incubator Named 2014 McNulty Prize Winner
The Bloomberg Media Initiative Africa (“BMIA”) has partnered with ALI to establish the ALI/BMIA Fellowship Program in the media sector.