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Tutu's Children | 24 Jan 2013 11:55 GMT
The young leaders have been challenged to set up social projects in their home countries to prove they can turn talk into results. Ndumiso Luthuli, a South African lawyer and businessman, returns to the village high school which first showed him a way out of poverty.
Marc van Olst, a private investor, also ventures into the South African countryside with a scheme to empower struggling chicken farmers.
Swaady Martin-Leke, CEO of a tea company, and Ipeleng Selele, a marketing firm CEO, brainstorm a business forum and book to inspire more African women entrepreneurs.
Driven by the loss of a family member, public health expert, radio host and entrepreneur Zied Mhirsi goes on a very personal quest to support the work of Tunisia\(***)s AIDS NGO.
Reunited again in Oxford, for the second half of their training, a hectic task pushes the young leaders to categorise their leadership style.
But emotions run high as the group is forced to consider risking their lives for their leadership.
Not as easy as it looks! Conducting a choir in an Oxford chapel pushes the leaders out of their comfort zones to see if they can inspire without words.
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