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Background Information

Employment History

South African Ambassador

Bapetikosweti

Web References (25 Total References)


Evita Bezuidenhout has become ...

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Evita Bezuidenhout has become used to being the most famous white woman in South Africa, if not Africa. And she is now also the most famous white woman in the ANC. After having joined the party when her grandchildren challenged her to protect democracy, so that one day when they needed it, the freedom to vote would still be a sacred right, she is back in active politics.

She recognizes many familiar speed wobbles in the state of the nation, and having survived the virus of apartheid, she is vocal about how to prevent a recurrence of the epidemic.
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These are some of the words used to describe Evita Bezuidenhout's State of the Nation address to corporates, conferences, think-tanks, indabas, award ceremonies and report-backs. The most famous white woman in South Africa is focusing on the need to move from the fearful negative that has infected our society to optimistic hope and excitement for a successful future for all.
Her life in politics, from representing the National Party regime in a black homeland, through the kitchens of power to now take her place in Luthuli House as a respected member of the ANC, allows Mrs Bezuidenhout to share many wisdoms with her audience.
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Evita Bezuidenhout uses humour and hope with respect and optimism to make her point: the people must lead and the government will follow.
She has been in the lives of South Africans for the last thirty years, since her introduction in 1982 as the South African Ambassador to the Homeland of Bapetikosweti. She is probably the closest we have to the Queen Mother and because she does not use 'bad' language or 'tasteless' references, her audiences have grown to include citizens from all walks of life, from executives to trade unionists, reflecting the multi-cultures of South Africa, all united by a diverse and uncomplicated sense of humour.


Evita ...

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Evita Bezuidenhout

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Evita Bezuidenhout has become used to being the most famous white woman in South Africa, if not Africa. And she is now also the most famous white woman in the ANC. After having joined the party when her grandchildren challenged her to protect democracy, so that one day when they needed it, the freedom to vote would still be a sacred right, she is back in active politics.
She recognizes many familiar speed wobbles in the state of the nation, and having survived the virus of apartheid, she is vocal about how to prevent a recurrence of the epidemic.
...
These are some of the words used to describe Evita Bezuidenhout's State of the Nation address to corporates, conferences, think-tanks, indabas, award ceremonies and report-backs. The most famous white woman in South Africa is focusing on the need to move from the fearful negative that has infected our society to optimistic hope and excitement for a successful future for all.
Her life in politics, from representing the National Party regime in a black homeland, through the kitchens of power to now take her place in Luthuli House as a respected member of the ANC, allows Mrs Bezuidenhout to share many wisdoms with her audience.
...
Evita Bezuidenhout uses humour and hope with respect and optimism to make her point: the people must lead and the government will follow.
She has been in the lives of South Africans for the last thirty years, since her introduction in 1982 as the South African Ambassador to the Homeland of Bapetikosweti. She is probably the closest we have to the Queen Mother and because she does not use 'bad' language or 'tasteless' references, her audiences have grown to include citizens from all walks of life, from executives to trade unionists, reflecting the multi-cultures of South Africa, all united by a diverse and uncomplicated sense of humour.


Evita ...

uniquespeakerbureau.com [cached]

Evita Bezuidenhout

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Evita Bezuidenhout has become used to being the most famous white woman in South Africa, if not Africa. And she is now also the most famous white woman in the ANC. After having joined the party when her grandchildren challenged her to protect democracy, so that one day when they needed it, the freedom to vote would still be a sacred right, she is back in active politics.
She recognizes many familiar speed wobbles in the state of the nation, and having survived the virus of apartheid, she is vocal about how to prevent a recurrence of the epidemic.
...
These are some of the words used to describe Evita Bezuidenhout's State of the Nation address to corporates, conferences, think-tanks, indabas, award ceremonies and report-backs. The most famous white woman in South Africa is focusing on the need to move from the fearful negative that has infected our society to optimistic hope and excitement for a successful future for all.
Her life in politics, from representing the National Party regime in a black homeland, through the kitchens of power to now take her place in Luthuli House as a respected member of the ANC, allows Mrs Bezuidenhout to share many wisdoms with her audience.
...
Evita Bezuidenhout uses humour and hope with respect and optimism to make her point: the people must lead and the government will follow.
She has been in the lives of South Africans for the last thirty years, since her introduction in 1982 as the South African Ambassador to the Homeland of Bapetikosweti. She is probably the closest we have to the Queen Mother and because she does not use 'bad' language or 'tasteless' references, her audiences have grown to include citizens from all walks of life, from executives to trade unionists, reflecting the multi-cultures of South Africa, all united by a diverse and uncomplicated sense of humour.


Evita ...

uniquespeakerbureau.com [cached]

Evita Bezuidenhout

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Evita Bezuidenhout has become used to being the most famous white woman in South Africa, if not Africa. And she is now also the most famous white woman in the ANC. After having joined the party when her grandchildren challenged her to protect democracy, so that one day when they needed it, the freedom to vote would still be a sacred right, she is back in active politics.
She recognizes many familiar speed wobbles in the state of the nation, and having survived the virus of apartheid, she is vocal about how to prevent a recurrence of the epidemic.
...
These are some of the words used to describe Evita Bezuidenhout's State of the Nation address to corporates, conferences, think-tanks, indabas, award ceremonies and report-backs. The most famous white woman in South Africa is focusing on the need to move from the fearful negative that has infected our society to optimistic hope and excitement for a successful future for all.
Her life in politics, from representing the National Party regime in a black homeland, through the kitchens of power to now take her place in Luthuli House as a respected member of the ANC, allows Mrs Bezuidenhout to share many wisdoms with her audience.
...
Evita Bezuidenhout uses humour and hope with respect and optimism to make her point: the people must lead and the government will follow.
She has been in the lives of South Africans for the last thirty years, since her introduction in 1982 as the South African Ambassador to the Homeland of Bapetikosweti. She is probably the closest we have to the Queen Mother and because she does not use 'bad' language or 'tasteless' references, her audiences have grown to include citizens from all walks of life, from executives to trade unionists, reflecting the multi-cultures of South Africa, all united by a diverse and uncomplicated sense of humour.
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Evita Bezuidenhout's State of the Nation Address


Evita ...

uniquespeakerbureau.com [cached]

Evita Bezuidenhout

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Evita Bezuidenhout has become used to being the most famous white woman in South Africa, if not Africa. And she is now also the most famous white woman in the ANC. After having joined the party when her grandchildren challenged her to protect democracy, so that one day when they needed it, the freedom to vote would still be a sacred right, she is back in active politics.
She recognizes many familiar speed wobbles in the state of the nation, and having survived the virus of apartheid, she is vocal about how to prevent a recurrence of the epidemic.
...
These are some of the words used to describe Evita Bezuidenhout's State of the Nation address to corporates, conferences, think-tanks, indabas, award ceremonies and report-backs. The most famous white woman in South Africa is focusing on the need to move from the fearful negative that has infected our society to optimistic hope and excitement for a successful future for all.
Her life in politics, from representing the National Party regime in a black homeland, through the kitchens of power to now take her place in Luthuli House as a respected member of the ANC, allows Mrs Bezuidenhout to share many wisdoms with her audience.
...
Evita Bezuidenhout uses humour and hope with respect and optimism to make her point: the people must lead and the government will follow.
She has been in the lives of South Africans for the last thirty years, since her introduction in 1982 as the South African Ambassador to the Homeland of Bapetikosweti. She is probably the closest we have to the Queen Mother and because she does not use 'bad' language or 'tasteless' references, her audiences have grown to include citizens from all walks of life, from executives to trade unionists, reflecting the multi-cultures of South Africa, all united by a diverse and uncomplicated sense of humour.
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Evita Bezuidenhout's State of the Nation Address

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