Dr. Bhekinkosi Moyo, born and raised in Zimbabwe, is a descendant of the Moyo (heart/soul) and Ndlovu (elephant) clans. Over the course of his personal and professional lives, he has continued to marvel and draw strength from their combined histories and diversities. He is a writer, author, researcher and thought-leader with keen interest in questions of African resources, democracy and governance. He has, so far, championed African discourse on philanthropy, contributed to the growth of many African civil society formations and has taken part in most of the continental processes of development and governance. He is currently an adjunct professor at University of the Witwatersrand Business School where he also heads the African Centre in Philanthropy and Social Investment. Dr. Moyo has more than twenty years experience working on knowledge generation, research and policy analysis as well as building capable institutions across Africa. He writes and support institutions of civil society, private sector and intergovernmental agencies on matters of governance, development and sustainability. Dr. Moyo, over the years, has become a go to specialist on African philanthropy.
Bhekinkosi Moyo has been a guest on 2 episodes.
Episode 163: Black History, Black Presence, Black Progress with Dr. T.J Desch-Obi, Dr. Bhekinkosi Moyo, Bara Diokhane, Mustapha Njie, and Elizabeth Rollins-Moskowitz
February 28th, 2023 | 51 mins 51 secs
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Episode 94: Giving to Help, Helping to Give with Dr. Bhekinkosi Moyo
October 5th, 2021 | 1 hr 3 mins
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