This presentation draws on a 6-year longitudinal study of entrepreneurship education programs for marginalized youth in East Africa, and considers how program implementers and youth reshaped entrepreneurship to address their needs of inclusion, social solidarity and wellbeing for all.

Representations of whiteness influence and shape who we are and how we think of ourselves. This talk explores attempts to unsettle representations of whiteness in South African visual art.

In the spirit of the meaning of Dalibhunga, the convenor of the dialogue, the university is bringing the scholarship on Mandela together by way of a set of questions. What Mandela for what time? Who is the Mandela we import from history and ‘what’ is the Mandela approaching us from the future? And, what kind of imageries and imaginaries of Mandela? For whom? For what purpose?