The Christel House was established in 2001 for students from grades R to Grade 12 coming from Cape Town’s most impoverished communities. Our Heavy Chef speaker, Ian Russell’s profits from his book The Other End of the Telescope will be going to Christel House.
Professor Don Weiss is the Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Columbia University Business School, one of the most prestigious business schools in the world. Each year in May, Weiss takes a team of hungry New York business students to Cape Town to work with local social entrepreneur startups and get involved in the local ecosystem. In this video, Professor Don speaks to Heavy Chef anchor Caley Africa about his thoughts on Cape Town, on raising money and what the South African ecosystem needs in order to thrive.
Imogen Heap is a multi-award-winning musician, indie superstar, musical disruptor, innovator and cryptocurrency investor. She has had hundreds of millions of her songs downloaded, sold and streamed over two decades during one of the world's most influential careers. In the latest phase of her innovative journey, Imogen Heap has quietly been stirring up a revolution with her 'Mycelia' project, aiming to democratise music and solve some of the industry's most stubborn problems: intellectual property.
Once or twice a month between 19h00 and 21h00, The Business Book Club hosts an event in Johannesburg in varying venues around Sandton and Fourways. Now, The Business Book Club is launching a new Cape Town chapter. At the first event in Cape Town, Jacques will be chatting with entrepreneur and public speaker Richard Mulholland