Ndumiso is a South African Economist that has extensive experience in the areas of economic analysis, trade and investment research, public policy and corporate strategy.
He is a Contributing Author of a book titled 'Reflections on SA', the foreword of the book is written by the Presidency in the Republic of South Africa. He also serves as a Faculty Contributor in the Global Executive Programmes at GIBS Business School.
- Key Note Address on TED "Why Bad Leadership is a Good Thing"
- Budget 2023 Analysis on SABC News
- Judge for One Day Leader Season 7 on SABC 1
- Hosted the Sustainable Infrastructure Development Symposium SA Conference
- Business Connect Panel to focus on Economic and Financial Inclusion
- Key Note Address at GIBS Business School
Mr Ndumiso Hadebe, MBA is an experienced corporate executive who has served in management positions in the private sector and also as an advisor to the public sector. He is an award-winning economist with a decade worth of experience in the field and
has a proven track record of driving growth, improving financial performance, and delivering value to stakeholders.
Throughout his career, Mr Hadebe has made significant contributions and is a sought after after advisor and thought leader on publications such as Business Day, CNBC Africa and CNN amongst others. His expertise in strategy development, corporate governance and macroeconomic risk have been recognised by multinational companies such as AIG, Mastercard and Mazars inter alia. He has also received recognition by the Presidency in South Africa and the Premier of the Gauteng Province.
He has served in senior leadership roles such as on the Economic Management Sciences Faculty Board and Institutional Senate at North West University and serves on the board of The Da Vinci Business School and as the board committee Chairperson of the Finance, Audit, Infrastructure and Risk committee. Mr Hadebe is also an advisor to the Gauteng Province Cabinet whose work is accountable to the Gauteng Legislature and its sub-committees in terms of the constitution of the Republic of South Africa.
Mr Hadebe is committed to driving positive change. He believes that strong corporate governance is essential to promoting responsible business practices, creating value for stakeholders and building sustainable, thriving organisations.