From Prisoner to President: The Mandela Legacy Lives On
Ndaba describes what is was like to first meet his iconic grandfather at age 11 when Nelson Mandela was finally released from prison – and then live with him in the Presidential Palace shortly thereafter. Ndaba tells tales and shares the inspiring, and often amusing, anecdotes told to him directly from his doting grandfather. Ndaba also describes to his audiences, both the joy and the strain he feels having the awesome responsibility of the world’s expectations to be counted on, and considered as, the “2nd chapter” of the Mandela story.
Africa Rising: Uncovering Africa’s Hidden Economic Potential
Ndaba is the Founder and Chairman of the Africa Rising Foundation. He describes its mission and purpose to increase employment, embrace and levy the benefits of Africa’s resources and de-stigmatize negative media stereotypes – ensuring a future filled with pride and prosperity. In fact, of the world’s 10 fastest rising economies today, Africa is home to seven of them. Now in his presentations, he is able to share his knowledge with companies that will benefit from the hard-learned lessons Ndaba himself has endured, giving businesses the confidence to create these same kinds of opportunities for themselves in what is now a global hotbed of potential. Ndaba also gives enlightenment to those who would like to build a charitable organization from the ground up, or enhance your existing efforts. Showcasing what he has learned, Ndaba educates audiences on how he has managed a successful philanthropic enterprise in this informative and easy to follow presentation.
The Village Idiom: Empowering Youth through Education, Interconnectivity and Employment
Ndaba addresses the critical issue of how education and interconnectivity leads to employment in all areas – from the largest universities, to the smallest local schools. Ndaba also educates audiences on how to literally apply the tools it takes to realize his grandfather’s eternal message of the importance of education in one’s life, and also how to create the necessary solid support system of teachers, parents, civic leaders and mentors that it takes to succeed.
HIV/AIDS: The Secret Shared by Millions
Ndaba speaks out on his own family’s struggle with AIDS, describing what is was like from his perspective to both lose family members, and live with the stigma of AIDS in Africa. He also offers his insight as a leader and advocate for AIDS education that can benefit any nation battling with this disease and the toll it takes on a mortal and emotional level.