• Events

    Our upcoming content will spotlight the events The Transformation Legacy is actively engaged in. Don't forget to mark your calendars and stay in step with our transformative movement

Monthly Coffee Chats

Every month we host an Instagram live session with Enterprise owners, discussing their entrepreneurial journey and what drives their passion forward. Follow us on instagram and don't miss these invaluable sessions! 

Quarterly Webinar Sessions

The Transformation Legacy is proud to host quarterly webinar sessions that provide a unique platform for entrepreneurs, industry leaders, and change-makers to come together and share their insights, experiences, and knowledge to inspire, educate, and empower our audience. Follow us on social media for more details!

Networking Sessions

We understand that access to the right resources and advice can be a game-changer, and our networking events are tailored to provide just that. Join us for our next networking session, and unlock the doors to a world of opportunities and support, propelling your entrepreneurial journey to new heights. Follow us on social media for more details!

Media Sessions coming up

Our presence in Media events is an opportunity to showcase the incredible stories, expertise, and impact we're proud to be a part of. We encourage you to tune in! Follow us on social media for more details!

Hosted Events

Our hosted events are designed to provide a platform for collaboration, learning, and growth within the entrepreneurial and business community. Be sure to mark your calendars and join us for these exceptional occasions where you can engage with industry experts, thought leaders, and like-minded individuals, all sharing the goal of making a positive impact on the business world. Follow us on social media for more details!

Past Hosted Events

The Enterprise and Supplier Development Masterclass session 2023

On 18 August 2023, The Transformation Legacy hosted an Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) Masterclass where keynote speaker, Director of Intelligent Advisor and B-BBEE specialist, Mkhaphi Nkosi addressed an audience of government and industry representatives as well as SMEs on ESD being a powerful tool that can be used to overcome poverty and address the plague of inequality.

“Part of growing our local SME landscape in South Africa means creating a conducive environment for external inputs into business in the form of finance incubation and mentorship. The creation of procurement opportunities is another factor that should be strongly considered to open the markets for SMEs to trade and move towards being large-scale businesses that can compete with big business,” added Nkosi.

The inaugural masterclass session, which was held in Sandton, at the Radison Blu Hotel was aimed at creating a platform to prompt discussions on how corporate, and government can work together to level the playing field for SMEs through an inclusive economic ecosystem. As part of celebrating Women’s month, female led small medium enterprises that have worked with The Transformation Legacy were given the opportunity to showcase their work and share their inspiring journey.

“The ESD Masterclass session is an initiative that speaks to The Transformation Legacy’s mandate of working together with government agencies, SMEs and corporate in building an inclusive economic landscape. In my view, the Masterclass helped us achieve this to some degree. It was a good start to opening-up avenues to have these discussions and make inroads into establishing a more formidable, well co-ordinated economic ecosystem that addresses the existing gaps and takes on new opportunities, that could contribute to restoration of our economy,” said Raphekwane.

Forming part of the programme for the day, were insightful inputs given by panelists who sat to discuss: “Levelling the playing field for SMEs through an inclusive economic ecosystem.” SME advocate selected to form part of the panel discussion, Itumeleng Makgato – Founder of Something about Francis expressed her views about markets in corporate being impenetrable. She called on corporate and government regulations to be more friendly towards SMEs.

ABSA Head of Transformation, Busisiwe Sithole and Government representative from the Department of Small Business Development, Mzwanele Memani were among some of the panellists who spoke strongly about building capacity to drive localisation and the production of proudly South African products, while Sithole emphasised the importance of corporates making a concerted effort in contributing to turning small businesses into big business.

The Township Entrepreneur Summit 2022

The Transformation Legacy hosted a successful annual Township Entrepreneur Summit in honour of Women’s month on 02 September 2022 in the township of Hammanskraal. The objective of the event was to empower, inspire and to captivate the entrepreneurial knowledge and spirit of female township-based entrepreneurs. The aim being to expose them to knowledge and tools for them to understand what is required for them to start and grow successful businesses that can outlive them as founders.