This year has certainly been a tumultuous one for many South Africans.

Events affecting almost all of us, such as #feesmustfall, load-shedding, water-shedding and the rand-sliding, especially since Nhlanhla Nene was removed as finance minister, have dominated our headlines.

At the core of many of these and other issues our country is grappling with, is one central challenge – a lack of strong, credible and effective leadership. What are the leadership lessons we can learn from some of the major events that have shaped our economy and society this year?

Read Leon Ayo's full article

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