26-28 June, 2010 - Cape Town, South Africa

Preliminary Agenda

The 2010 Global Forum will bring together Fortune 500 CEOs, heads of state, and selected members of the TIME 100—the world’s most influential people from diverse fields—to tap into the extraordinary promise of the developing world. The editors of Fortune, TIME Magazine, and CNN will join with distinguished experts to lead the discussions using innovative formats to ensure a purposeful dialogue.

Africa—with its youthful and growing population of more than 900 million consumers—will be at the heart of the discussions, but our purview is global in scope. For companies, emerging markets are more than just frontiers for growth; they are the wellsprings of new ideas, approaches, and business models that can be applied worldwide. We will look beyond the immediate commercial potential to explore the changing nature of globalization—in which sustainable growth is an obligation—and the obstacles that must be overcome to deliver an inclusive prosperity.

Friday, 25 June

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM MOST POWERFUL WOMEN WELCOMING RECEPTION

Invitation Only

Saturday, 26 June

8:00 am – 9:30 am MOST POWERFUL WOMEN BREAKFAST

Invitation only
Hosts:
Graça Machel, President, Foundation for Community Development
Ann S. Moore, Chairman and CEO, Time, Inc.
Moderator: Pattie Sellers, Editor at Large, Fortune
Introduction: Bridgette Radebe, Executive Chairperson, Mmakau Mining

9:30 am – 11:00 am GLOBAL FORUM CHINA ROUNDTABLE

Open to all Global Forum executives

This session will bring together CEOs from China’s top companies with those who are interested in the dynamics of China’s engagement with the world.

9:30 am – 2:00 pm DISCOVER ROBBEN ISLAND

Since the 17th century, this two-square-mile island off Cape Town has played myriad roles in South Africa’s history: military base, hospital, and—most famously—the maximum-security prison where Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years of incarceration. A special visit to this historic place will be offered for participants and their spouses.

11:30 am – 1:30 pm UNBUNDLING THE CONTINENT: NEW STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH IN AFRICA

Hosted by McKinsey & Co.

Open to all Global Forum executives.
Africa’s growth has doubled to 5% in the 2000’s from 2.5% in the 1990’s. What will it take for Africa to maintain this growth momentum? What global trends are creating opportunities for Africa? How do opportunities and risks differ per country? In what sectors and what segments of countries should businesses focus on? What can policy-makers and businesses do to capitalize on opportunities? Experts on Africa weigh in.

3:00 pm GRAND OPENING SESSION

Welcoming Remarks
Speaker: John Huey, Editor-in-Chief, Time Inc.

Presidential Address
His Excellency Jacob Zuma, President, Republic of South Africa (via satellite from the G8 Summit, time to be confirmed)

3:20 pm INTERVIEW

Speakers:
Mo Ibrahim, Founder, Mo Ibrahim Foundation
Cyril Ramaphosa, Founder and Chief Executive Chairman, Shanduka Group

Moderator: Richard Stengel, Managing Editor, TIME Magazine

3:55 pm SPOTLIGHT: Let’s Start at the Beginning

Here, and throughout the program, Fortune/TIME/CNN editors present innovators to share short stories of courage, imagination, and creativity.

Speaker: Prof. Lee Berger, Reader in Human Evolution and the Public Understanding of Science, University of the Witwatersrand

4:05 pm INCLUSIVE CAPITALISM—OPPORTUNITIES IN DEVELOPING MARKETS TO FOSTER SOCIAL EQUITY

Companies embracing inclusive capitalism see it as the way forward. In the aftermath of the global recession, finding new markets and new customers is essential. One path is to create product that reaches a never-before-seen customer—the poor of the developing world. But it’s also a shift toward sustainable growth—benefiting shareholders, customers, and external stakeholders. Rather than exploit, companies build and share success. CEOs share what works now in the world’s long-forgotten markets.

Speakers:
Neville Isdell, Former Chairman and CEO, The Coca-Cola Company
Trevor Manuel, Head of National Planning Commission, Republic of South Africa
Bridgette Radebe, Executive Chairperson, Mmakau Mining

Moderator: Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune

4:50 pm VOICES

G-20 is the new G-8. CEOs who lead from the emerging markets share how they are making an impact on business and society.

Introduction: Nina Easton, Senior Editor, Fortune

Speakers:
Nathan Eagle, Co-founder and CEO, txteagle Inc.
James Mwangi, Group Managing Director and CEO, Equity Bank
Mary Robinson, President, Realizing Rights, and Member, The Elders Foundation
Suresh Vaswani, Joint CEO - IT Business and Member of Board, Wipro Ltd.

5:05 pm HOT SPOTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

New dimensions—south to south, east to south—mean new opportunities. Emerging markets are the new ties that bind the global economy. Where should we be looking next? What is the short- and long-term growth scenario? What are the threats? Where should we be looking for economic leadership? Economists and other experts weigh in.

Speakers:
Kenneth S. Courtis, Founding Partner, Themes Investment Partners
Rob Davies, Minister of Trade and Industry, Republic of South Africa
Hernando de Soto, President, Institute for Liberty and Democracy
Ian Goldin, Director, James Martin 21st Century School, University of Oxford
Maria Ramos, Group Chief Executive, Absa Group

Moderator: Michael Elliott, Deputy Managing Editor, TIME Magazine

5:45 pm WELCOMING RECEPTION

7:30 pm DINNERS IN THE HOMES OF DISTINGUISHED SOUTH AFRICAN LEADERS

Sunday, 27 June

 

8:30 am WHAT’S DIFFERENT? NEW GROWTH STRATEGIES AND NEW BUSINESS MODELS AFTER THE RESET

Strategy experts have offered that the business reset of 2009 was an opportunity to squash the bad habits that grew from excess and the mood of endless growth. How is the global corporation fundamentally different than pre-recession? What new business models will drive growth going forward? What lessons did CEOs learn and how will they make sure the bad habits don’t return when business booms again? Fortune Global 500 CEOs share insights and cautionary tales about the post-recession future.

Speakers:
Josef Ackermann, Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG
Dominic Barton, Global Managing Director, McKinsey & Company
David Brennan, Chief Executive Officer, AstraZeneca plc
Ellen Kullman, Chair and CEO, DuPont

Moderator:
Geoffrey Colvin, Senior Editor at Large, Fortune

9:15 am SPOTLIGHT: Mobility and Connectivity

Speaker: Irene Charnley, Chief Executive Officer, Smile Telecoms

9:25 am MOBILITY AND CONNECTIVITY DRIVING CHANGE

Some believe that nothing matters more to Africa and the rest of the developing world than mobility and connectivity—where mobile phones are ATMs and minutes are currency. Add to that the less expensive bandwidth offered by seven new cables across the continent and the potential to improve access to health care, information, education, and innovation abounds. Mobility launched a spate of innovation. Success stories are plentiful, but so are the stumbles. Mobile leaders talk about ideas that can scale and the road bumps that can derail.

Speakers:
Brian Herlihy, Chief Executive Officer, SEACOM Ltd.
Wang Jianzhou, Chairman and CEO, China Mobile Limited

Moderator: Bill Powell, China Bureau Chief/Asia Editor, Fortune

10:00 am Break

10:30 am SPOTLIGHT: Navigating the Climate Shift

Speaker: Peter R. Voser, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Dutch Shell plc

10:40 am NAVIGATING THE CLIMATE SHIFT

Global energy demand could double by 2050. Climate change impacts Africa first and most. Will the carbon trading market adapt to increasingly scarce resources? Shifts in population and new customers fundamentally change demands on services. Water and infrastructure are in short supply. Companies are embracing these challenges to find growth opportunities but the threats may be too ominous and fast-moving to counter. How do leaders see these seemingly overwhelming world challenges?

Speakers:
Kannan Lakmeeharan, Managing Director, ESKOM
Connie Hedegaard, European Commissioner for Climate Action, European Commission
Peter Seligmann, Chairman and CEO, Conservation International
Peter R. Voser, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Dutch Shell plc

Moderator: Brian Dumaine, Senior Editor at Large, Fortune

11:25 am SWITCH

11:35 am SPECIAL SESSIONS

Global Security
Is it possible to have global security in today’s fractured world? What does successful security actually look like? Wars and civil strife, cyber-threats, assault on water and food supplies, rogue viruses, and terrorism—how do experts see the threats and how can business prepare or even cope?

Speakers:
Parag Khanna, Director, Global Governance Initiative, New America Foundation
Jami Miscik, President and Vice Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.
Jeffrey Radebe, Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Republic of South Africa
Enrique T. Salem, President and CEO, Symantec Corporation

Moderator:
Rik Kirkland, Director of Publishing and Principal, McKinsey & Co.

Lessons from China in Africa
Trade between China and Africa has reached more than US $100 billion and China is now South Africa’s largest trading partner. Its China-Africa investment fund is putting money into the continent’s infrastructure, and it has become a shareholder in key African companies. Will there be African industrial zones based on the Chinese model? How will China use its vast foreign reserves? What does China’s approach to Africa mean for other nations and investors? What has China learned from its time in Africa?

Speakers:
Kenneth S. Courtis, Founding Partner, Themes Investment Partners
Bryan Li, Executive Director and CFO, Yingli Green Energy Holding Co., Ltd.
Jacko Maree, Chief Executive, Standard Bank Group
Zhang Suwei, Managing Director and CEO, ASA Metals (Pty) Ltd.

Moderator:
Martyn Davies, Director, China Africa Network and the Asia Corporate Network, Centre for Business & Academic Research, Gordon Institute of Business Science, University of Pretoria, and CEO, Frontier Advisory (Pty) Ltd.

Disrupting Disease with Solutions that Scale
The greatest opportunity to improve the lives of the world's poor is by preventing and treating disease—AIDS, malaria, and TB—as well as the most basic health threats like diarrhea. While advances in science and technology, research and development can lead to better health care, even the most dazzling innovation will fall short without integrated solutions and successful delivery through community-based care. What's the state of the world's fight against the diseases of the poor?

Speakers:
Seth Berkley, President and CEO, International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI)
David Brennan, Chief Executive Officer, AstraZeneca plc
Julie Gerberding, President, Merck Vaccines
Ngozi Njepuome, Member, National Institute for Policy and Strategy Studies, Nigeria

Moderator:
Kari Stoever, President, Meliora Global LLC

Clean Tech for the Developing World
Bringing clean technologies to the developing world bears a unique set of challenges and often the need for different business models. What processes in energy production, manufacturing, mining, and other fields translate to the developing world? Are there scalable opportunities? CEOs and entrepreneurs who are leading the charge to ensure sustainable practices in Africa, India, China and elsewhere share their best ideas.

Speakers:
Tom Albanese, Chief Executive, Rio Tinto
John Gage, Chairman, School Energy Initiative
Sameer Hajee, Chief Executive Officer, NURU Energy Group
Suresh Vaswani, Joint CEO, IT Business and Member of Board, Wipro Ltd.

Moderator: Brian Dumaine, Senior Editor at Large, Fortune

Unlocking Infrastructure
Africa Dialogue Track
Unlocking infrastructure and corridor development to promote regional integration.

Speakers:
Wolfgang Goetsch, Managing Director, Julius Berger Nigeria PLC
Malcolm Simpson, Deputy Director General, National Treasury
Admassu Tadesse, Group Executive International, Development Bank of Southern Africa

Moderator:
Blessing Manale, Chief Executive Officer, Maputo Development Corridor

(additional speakers to be announced)

12:20 pm SWITCH

12:30 pm LUNCH
THE FUTURE OF SPORTS

Speakers:
Ted Forstmann, Chairman and CEO, IMG, and Senior Partner, Forstmann Little & Co.
Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive, WPP Group

Moderator: Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune

1:50 pm SWITCH

2:00 pm FOCUSED DISCUSSIONS

The Economy of Wildlife
The preservation of Africa's wildlife and the conservation of its rainforests are vital to its future. While Africa stands to be affected most by climate change, what was once all about tourism is now about saving the continent. Leaders in the conservation/preservation movement discuss the critical challenges and opportunities.

Speakers:
Noel de Villiers, Founder and CEO, Open Africa
Peter Seligmann, Chairman and CEO, Conservation International
David Varty, Co-founder and Owner, Londolozi Private Game Reserve

Moderator:
Michael Elliott, Editor, TIME International, and Deputy Managing Editor, TIME

Beyond Microfinance
What are the next-generation models for providing access to capital in the developing world? Investors are seeing a profusion of new business models but many worry that growth and change are too fast and destined for failure. Discussion leaders swap insights on finance innovation and the implications for small entrepreneurs.

Speakers:
Jack Leslie, Chairman, U.S. Africa Development Foundation, and Chairman, Weber Shandwick
James Mwangi, Chief Executive, Equity Bank
Iqbal Survé, Founder, Sekunjalo Group
Carol Tappenden, Managing Director, Greater Good South Africa

Moderator:
Randall Kempner, Executive Director, Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs

Innovation by Design
How can design make products, buildings, even villages more effective, efficient, and sustainable? What, beyond beauty, is the value of design? What can design mean to citizens of the developing world? CEOs and entrepreneurs who are leading a new wave of innovation in design share strategies.

Speakers:
Frank Gehry, Partner, Gehry Partners LLP
Rodney Harber, Architect, Harber Associates
Luyanda Mpahlwa, Director & Design Principal, Luyanda Mpahlwa DesignSpaceAfrica
Brian Walker, President and CEO, Herman Miller

Moderator: Frank Prince, Author, Unleash Your Mind

China’s New Power
In the wake of the recession, China's financial strength and appetite for investments abroad are shifting the global balance of power—what are the implications? What do Beijing insiders know that matter to foreign firms who see China both as the biggest opportunity and a strategic competitor?

Speakers:
Tom Albanese, Chief Executive, Rio Tinto
Olin Liu, Executive Director, China International Capital Corporation Limited (CICC)
Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive, WPP Group

Moderator:
C.J. Liu, Founder and CEO, Pan-Pacific Management Institute

The Quest for Talent
Finding and keeping talent is a company's ultimate competitive advantage. In developing markets, the challenge is escalated as skills don't match company needs, high performers are lured away to more established markets, and cultural, logistical, and educational impediments abound. CEOs and others discuss new strategies for finding and developing the talent pool.

Speakers:
John Hope Bryant, Founder, Operation HOPE
John Haley, Chief Executive Officer, Towers Watson & Co.
Johan van Zyl, Chairman and CEO, Sanlam Ltd.

Moderator: Geoff Colvin, Senior Editor at Large, Fortune

Social Media and the Developing World
The emergence of social media further expedites communication and can be life-changing for those living farthest from health care facilities and basic infrastructure. Also, citizens tap Twitter and other tools to target corrupt politicians and question policies. Can burgeoning markets handle the uneasy transition to transparency? Beyond social benefits, what market opportunities exist? Experts and activists discuss.

Speakers:
Koos Bekker, Chief Executive Officer, Naspers Ltd.
Esther Dyson, Chairman, EDVenture Holdings
Nathan Eagle, Co-founder and CEO, txteagle Inc.

Moderator:
Jon Fortt, Senior Writer, Fortune

New Opportunities and Challenges in Mining
Africa Dialogue Track
What are the beneficiation opportunities in mining? Is beneficiating at source beneficial for the global environment?

Speaker:
Nchakha Darius Moloi, Founding Member and Executive Chairman: Motjoli Resources (Pty) Ltd and Chairman (SAMDA)
Jonathan Oppenheimer, Executive Director, De Beers Group
Andile Sangqu, Executive Director, Xstrata South Africa

Moderator: Michael Spicer, Chief Executive Officer, Business Leadership South Africa

2:45 pm SWITCH BREAK

2:55 pm SPOTLIGHT

Speaker: Katie Couric, Anchor and Managing Editor, CBS Evening News, CBS Corp.

3:10 pm GIRLS AND WOMEN AS CATALYSTS FOR GROWTH AND CHANGE

Experts agree that the empowerment of women and the education of girls is the key to the developing world’s future. Efforts abound but cultural challenges impede. Where are the successes that can scale? What insights have been gleaned from the years of history that might translate to other efforts? A conversation about success stories and possibilities.

Speakers: Graca Machel, President, Foundation for Community Development
Auma Obama, Technical Advisor, Sports for Social Change Initiative, CARE International
Ann Njogu, Co-Founder, Center for Rights Education and Awareness, Kenya

Moderator: Katie Couric, Anchor and Managing Editor, CBS Evening News, CBS Corp.

4:00 pm SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER

Introduction: Andy Serwer, Managing Editor, Fortune

Special Guest Speaker:
The Hon. William J. Clinton
Founder, William J. Clinton Foundation
42nd President of the United States

Moderator: Wolf Blitzer, Anchor, The Situation Room, CNN

5:00 pm Adjourn

7:00 pm OPENING RECEPTION

8:00 pm GALA DINNER AND ENTERTAINMENT

Co-Hosts:
Rob Davies, Minister of Trade and Industry, Republic of South Africa
Ann Moore, Chairman and CEO, Time Inc.

Monday, 28 June

8:30 am SPECIAL SESSIONS

From Food Security to Food Self-sufficiency
Food security became a priority for many countries when the 2008 global spike in food prices led to food riots in countries from Bangladesh to Haiti. This threat to political stability caused some countries to declare price controls, export bans, goals of "food self-sufficiency," and an overall move away from the market. In some instances, countries even chose to strategically acquire farmland in the developing world to meet their needs. These policies have severe impacts on countries that rely heavily on food imports as well as the global supply chains of food companies. Panelists will explore this mega-trend, the potential impacts, and strategic options.

Speakers:
FW de Klerk, former President, Republic of South Africa
Eleni Gabre-Madhin, Chief Executive Officer, Ethiopia Commodity Exchange
André Hanekom, Managing Director, Pioneer Foods
Josephine Okot, Founder, Victoria Seeds

Moderator:
Alex Perry, Africa Bureau Chief, TIME Magazine

Investment Opportunities in Africa—Will the Returns Justify the Risks?
Private equity has been booming in Africa (up to US $2.2 billion in 2008). Investment is still growing and it is becoming increasingly diverse. Where is the money going? What sectors stand to benefit and what risks stand in the way? How will more local competition change the playing field? A conversation featuring global and local investors.

Speakers:
Shawn Baldwin, Chairman, Capital Management Group
Teresa Clarke, Chairman and CEO, Africa.com
Hayan Merchant, Group CEO, Ruwaad Holdings and Executive Director, Dubai 9 Group LTD

Moderator:
Paulo Gomes, Founder, Constelor Group

Sustainable Transport
The long-term success of the transportation industry is reliant upon new fuel sources. The appetite is there to move beyond fossil fuels but the technology and infrastructure aren’t quite. CEOs and other experts discuss the latest proposals, challenges, possible solutions, and timelines.

Speakers:
Jeremy Bentham, Vice President, Global Business Environment, Royal Dutch Shell
Manfred Bischoff, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Daimler
Trevor Manuel, Head of National Planning Commission, Republic of South Africa
Lorenzo Simonelli, President and CEO, GE Transportation, General Electric Co.

Moderator: Brian Dumaine, Senior Editor at Large, Fortune

Manufacturing in South Africa
Africa Dialogue Track
Leveraging preferential market access globally from South Africa - Gateway to the World. SA as an export base from autos to processed agriculture.

Speakers:
Bodo Donauer, Managing Director, BMW SA
Bertie Lubner, Chairman, PG Group
Michael Spicer, Chief Executive Officer, Business Leadership South Africa

Moderator:
Bruce Strong, Chief Executive Officer, Mondi Packaging South Africa (Pty) Ltd

9:20 am SWITCH BREAK

9:40 am THE AFRICAN MOMENT

As the eyes of the world see sport embrace Africa via the World Cup, the Forum brings together Danny Jordaan and Francois Pienaar to talk about the legacy, the implications for economic development, and its transformational potential.

Speakers:
Danny Jordaan, Chief Executive Officer, 2010 FIFA World Cup (South Africa)
Francois Pienaar, Former Captain, South African Springboks

Moderator: Terry McDonell, Editor, Sports Illustrated Group

10:20 am AFRICA: THE NEW FRONTIER FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH

After India and China, Africa is the biggest opportunity. Which countries in Africa are primed to deliver on that promise?

Speakers:
Koos Bekker, Chief Executive Officer, Naspers Ltd.
Jonathan Oppenheimer, Executive Director, De Beers Group
Iqbal Sharma, Deputy Director General and CEO, Trade and Investment South Africa
Lorenzo Simonelli, Chief Executive Officer, GE Transportation, General Electric Co.

Moderator:
Tumi Makgabo, broadcaster and Founder, Tumi & Co.

11:00 am SWITCH

11:10 am FOCUSED DISCUSSIONS

Education that Scales
Across Africa and the rest of the developing world, there are examples of success in improving prospects for education—private schools, technology tools, better governance, and financing. But what are the examples that can scale and transfer to other geographies? Discussion leaders will showcase what works and what can grow.

Speakers:
Satjiv Chahil, Special Advisor, Hewlett-Packard Company
Phil Frei, President and COO, Bridge International Academies
Johann Rupert, Executive Chairman, Compagnie Financière Richemont SA

Moderator: Byron Auguste, Director, Worldwide Social Sector, McKinsey & Co.

Finding Your Next Customer
Marketing to the world's poor was unheard of five years ago. Now, companies seek out innovation that allows them to make product and services accessible to any consumer anywhere. The challenge is how and can it scale? Marketers and other experts talk specifics about reaching this vital new customer.

Speakers:
Herman Mashaba, Founder, Black Like Me
Nunu Ntshingila, Chief Executive Officer, Ogilvy SA
Vimal B. Shah, Chief Executive Officer, Bidco Oil Refineries Ltd.

Moderator: Bill Saporito, Assistant Managing Editor, TIME Magazine

Media and Entertainment Transformation
How will we consume information and entertainment in five years? Media companies are making big bets on new delivery systems enabled by connectivity and mobility. Who will pay and what will they pay for? Print, TV, film, Internet—all of the providers are being disrupted. Which players remain standing in the great battle for consumers' attention and wallets?

Speakers:
Tom Freston, former CEO, MTV
Antonie Roux, Chief Executive Officer, Internet Operations, Naspers
Joe Uva, President and CEO, Univision

Moderator: Jim Walton, President, CNN Worldwide

Greening the Sahel: Farming Innovation in Africa
Natural resources expert Chris Reij has spent decades assisting the re-greening of Africa. Reij will share his latest successes—opportunities that scale—and what’s next.

Speaker: Chris Reij, Centre for International Cooperation, VU University Amsterdam

Moderator: Alex Perry, Africa Bureau Chief, TIME Magazine

Sport and Conflict Resolution
Conflict—whether political or cultural—within volatile areas can be the major culprit for economic suffering. Within Africa, sport has shown to be a tool used for conflict resolution where a geo-political resolution is in place, but the economic and social state is still struggling. This strand will show how sport can play a crucial part in bringing fighting sides together through education and inspiration.

Speakers:
Greg James, Founder, JAG Foundation
Tegla Loroupe, Founder, Tegla Loroupe Peace Foundation
Dikembe Mutombo – Global Ambassador, NBA Chairman and President Dikembe Mutombo Foundation, Inc.
Auma Obama – Technical Advisor, Sports for Social Change Initiative, CARE International

Moderator: Nick Keller, Founder, Beyond Sports

12:00 pm LUNCH

1:15 pm SPOTLIGHT

1:40 pm GLOBAL FINANCE POWER SHIFTS AND THE NEW MONEY GAME

Sovereign wealth funds, private equity, government aid, traditional investment—what and who will finance the future? What impact will the crises in Europe have on the global financial system? What ultimately will be the impact of increased regulation? Financial leaders discuss the new dynamics.

Introduction: Henrik du Toit, Chief Executive Officer, Investec Asset Management

Speakers:
Josef Ackermann, Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG
Shaukat Aziz, Former Prime Minister, Pakistan
Richard Parsons, Chairman of the Board, Citigroup, Inc., and Senior Advisor, Providence Equity Partners
Nicholas Stern, Chair, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, London School of Economics
Meredith Whitney, Chief Executive Officer, Meredith Whitney Advisory Group LLC

Moderator: Michael Elliott, Deputy Managing Editor, TIME Magazine

2:25 pm CLOSING SESSION

THE ELDERS AND THE NEXT GENERATION LEADERS
The future of Africa embraces two generations—the Elders and the youth. Members of each come together to discuss opportunities for Africa’s long-term success.

The Elders:
Graça Machel, President, Foundation for Community Development
Mary Robinson, Former President of Ireland
Desmond Tutu, Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town

The Next Generation Leaders:
Pokuaa Busumru-Banson, Ghana, Wits University
Spencer Jay Horne, South African, African Leadership Academy
Gertrude Kitongo, Kenya/Uganda, CIDA City

Moderator: Richard Stengel, Managing Editor, TIME Magazine

3:10 pmGLOBAL FORUM CLOSING REMARKS

3:30 PM GLOBAL FORUM PROGRAM CONCLUDES