This episode is part of a special series recorded to celebrate Father’s Day.
For the series I interviewed some friends and mentors. I asked them to reflect on the greatest lessons that shaped the men they have become and also to reflect on how these lessons have influenced them as parents.
About my Guest:
Daniel Ngwepe is a Senior Director at Visa, and looks after the company’s relations with governments in 44 Sub-Saharan African countries. An accomplished government relations professional with a record of achievement in public policy and regulation, he has been a public affairs practitioner for over 25 years. Over this period, Daniel has worked in the public and private sectors, managing diverse issues and leading teams across various fields including government, mining and payments technology both in South Africa and abroad. He was in the South African foreign service for thirteen years, ten of which he held various positions at the country’s Embassy in Washington DC until 2005. He subsequently became Executive Director for Public Affairs at Anglo American South Africa, and served on the company’s board of directors before joining Visa in 2011.
Daniel dedicates time to supporting social causes and is a volunteering trustee of the Get-On Foundation, a board member of the Boys and Girls Club South Africa, the Moshal Scholarship and Good Governance Africa.