FULL STREAM: Clem Sunter vs Julius Malema Cape Chamber of Commerce debate on economy
Controversal MP and Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema took on Clem Sunter, one of South Africa’s most prominent authors and scenario planners, in a two-round debate at the Cape Sun at 7pm on Friday, February 12.
Business Day TV
Challenge for business leaders an and beyond the lockdown
Someone whose no stranger to scenario planning and creating economic futures, is futurist and well-known author Clem Sunter. He talks to Business Day TV via zoom about his thought provoking pieces in the media recently – about the stages we will experience as this pandemic grows and impacts the world and our country.
Decoding the future to prevent disaster
What flags should you be looking out for to prevent disaster in your business or economy? Clem Sunter, Scenario Planner and Futurologist, provides insights into how to spot these flags in this fascinating discussion with Bruce Whitfield on the MoneyMakers.
Momentum Risk Summit 2015 - Chantel Ilbury
Respected South African scenario planner, Chatell Ilbury, joins RISKSA TV at the Momentum Risk Summit 2015 to talk about the flags for SA's future, and how you, as adviser and intermediary, can use scenario thinking to add value to your advice.
Ads24 South Africa
ADS24 Food for Thought Clem Sunter
Speaking at Ads24’s annual Food for Thought event, management strategist and scenario planner Clem Sunter explained the importance of scenario planning for successful business to audience members before identifying flags (areas of concern) that could significantly impact global futures. Food for Thought aims to promote innovative thought and inspire excellence among media professionals.
Remembering Nelson Mandela with South Africa strategist Clem Sunter
Former South African president and struggle icon Nelson Mandela passed away this evening (5 December 2013) at the age of 95. He was at his home in Houghton Johannesburg. One of the few people to visit Nelson Mandela while he was serving his 27 prison year sentence was South Africa strategist Clem Sunter.