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Dr. Renosi Denise Mokate



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1875 Connecticut Ave, NW 10Th Floor

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 20009

United States

Company Description

SAWIP was founded in 2007, as an extension of the well-established Washington Ireland Program for Service and Leadership (WIP) - a program of personal and professional development aimed at cultivating future generations of leaders for a post-conflict Nort ... more

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Background Information

Employment History


Concentric Alliance Ltd

Executive Director of the Group

World Bank


Member of the Board of Advisors, School of Public Policy and Administration
University of Delaware , USA

Technical Secretary
Transitional Commission of States and Regions

Board Member
South Africa


BA degree Degree

Lincoln University , Pennsylvania

MA Degree

University of Delaware

MA Degree

University of Delaware , USA

PhD degree

University of Delaware

PhD degree

University of Delaware , USA

bachelor's degree


Lincoln University

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Dr. Renosi Mokate

DEVELOPMENT IS FREEDOM and youth leaders must find a systematic way of sharing successful activities to assist this development. [cached]

SAWIP director, Dr. Renosi Mokate, posed the question: "How can young leaders help shape the economic future of South Africa?"

Mokate took a holistic approach to this topic looking at the development of politics, state capacity, equality in society and a productive economy. According to Mokate, seconded by many in the room, a democratic political system is the basis of a healthy economy. She suggested that it is important to look at political participation, accountability and political membership and their relationship dynamics. She went on to say that the development of state capacity is based on the understanding of human capacity development, professionalism and knowledge distribution to name a few. She asserted that it is important for the youth to understand and utilize thepower of technological development as well as the information platform that the social media offer. She quipped that the youth have the power in their hands both literally and figuratively. Mokate went on to explain how, in moving towards a productive economy in South Africa, investment in infrastructure will contribute towards human capacity development. Furthermore, to propel the country towards this productive economy there needs to be a move towards an entrepreneurial culture amongst the youth. To end off her presentation, Mokate spoke about social cohesion, which spoke to the development of equality with inclusion and understanding of social conditions.
Dr. Mokate closed the engagement by informing the youth leaders in the room that we must find a systematic way of sharing successful activities to assist this development. This constructive conversation was continued after the formal session over refreshments.

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SAWIP director, Dr. Renosi Mokate, posed the question: "How can young leaders help shape the economic future of South Africa?"

RENOSI ... [cached]


Dr. Renosi Mokate is a highly experienced economist and policy analyst of international repute, specialising in development economics and finance.
Renosi gained her academic qualifications in the United States of America, where she was based during her early academic career. She returned to South Africa in the early 1990s, serving in the multiparty negotiations process, and as Chief Executive of the Independent Electoral Commission in the run-up to the South Africa's first democratic election in 1994.
Renosi became a key adviser on macro-economic and fiscal policy to the Government, and later Chief Executive of the Central Energy Fund (the South African Government's State-owned energy exploration, production, refining, and investment group).
Renosi was Deputy Governor of the South African Reserve Bank between 2005 and 2010, and a key member of the Monetary Policy Committee and the G20 Group of Nations Central Bank forum.
Renosi left the Reserve Bank to become an Executive Director of the World Bank Group, based in New York, where she represented the interests of Angola, Nigeria, and South Africa at Board level.
Since joining Concentric Alliance, Renosi has primarily been involved in strategy planning on behalf of clients, where her twenty years of experience at the highest levels of policy formulation in South Africa, and internationally, come into full play.

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Dr. Renosi Mokate

Dr. Renosi Mokate

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