Why Should You Believe in Nurturing the Future?

And what you need to do about it, according to the Vundzisa Group

By Mlandvo Nxumalo

We believe that the best future for the world lies in building sustainable systems with and within Africa. This is why our vision is to achieve sustainable economic and social wealth by nurturing enterprise development in Africa. Our focus on African socioeconomic wealth is inspired by the reality we are facing as a global society; if the continent descends into gloom, the rest of the world will suffer. Africa has the highest volumes of youth population, commoditised raw minerals, agricultural resources, and growing economies when compared to the rest of the world. The less hopeful reality of Africa also exists; conflict, poverty, and disease. This gives us two possibilities and is precisely the reason we should propel the continent in the more beautiful future as opposed to “the dark continent”. Conflict, poverty, and disease usually arise when there is no collaboration in developing different regions in the continent.

How should we approach this beautiful future?

Sustainable development partnership is the best way to nurture the future. Whilst different groups may have different visions of the kind of future they want, it’s very important that these visions translate into systems and societies that can exist in harmony — be it free or regulated markets, innovative or industrial entrepreneurship, theoretic or empirical study, hard or virtual currency, monarchical or presidential democracy, socialism or capitalism. The only way to achieve this harmony of systems is for groups with different visions to develop them in a collaborative fashion, all over the world.

There are three kinds of groups which should focus on nurturing partnerships; enterprises, development organisations, and civil service offices. This is because they are the most influential groups when it comes to what the future of society, animals, and the environment will be. We encourage that organisations that fall within these groups form long-term partnerships as they develop their visions, and we have important roles to play as individuals who form these organisations.

So, exactly what should we do to nurture sustainable development partnership?

We must direct our passions, expertise, and skills towards collaborative projects at all times. All the greatest enterprises, development organisations and government offices in the world today are run by teams with diverse, complementary experiences. A great example is Google; one of the top 5 most valuable enterprises in the world. Their success has a lot to do with their beliefs on diversity; here is what “Googlers” believe –

“There’s no one kind of Googler, so we’re always looking for people who can bring new perspectives and life experiences to our teams. If you’re looking for a place that values your curiosity, passion, and desire to learn, if you’re seeking colleagues who are big thinkers eager to take on fresh challenges as a team, then you’re a future Googler.”
Participate in Nurturing the Future

The future of the world depends on all of us playing a part towards a common vision. This is why the Vundzisa Group thrives on diverse experiences in terms of expertise, skills, global networks, and the practical understanding of the different aspects of sustainability. We invite you to participate in nurturing the future by actively seeking out diverse partners for the endeavors you undertake. We wish you the best as you Vundzisa your own vision.

By Lei Jin

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