Ethical Foundation for Leadership Excellence
Rev. Mautji Pataki
Chairman of the Board
A South African based Non-Profit Initiative set up to contribute to the creation of quality leadership. This is an effort to create a society governed by ethical values and the commitment to uphold excellence as a virtue. This ideal is achieved through:
Mentoring | Training | Conversations
Let us choose life by acting ethically:
• Staying at home • Sanitizing our homes • Keeping physical distance
• Washing our hands with water and soap regularly • Wearing our face masks
Creating a Society that is Free
from corrupt and unethical culture
Be a part of the successes of Our Foundation and make a real difference
by contributing your expertise, time and whatever talents you may have to
help us grow from strength to strength together.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”
Observer Article 14
19 July 2020
Ours, like many others around the world, is admittedly a society made up of mere mortals and fallible human beings – strong men and women weakened by a multiple of social pitfalls, failed political ideologies and poor judgement occasioned by sheer human error and history. Ours, therefore, is a society that from time to time requires corrective vigilance and alertness on how to redefine itself, its identity and vision.
It is utterly unfair and a travesty of justice that today in our democracy, we sit back and helplessly watch a nation in a perpetual struggle of self-destruction while seeking to redefine itself away from what made apartheid morality highly questionable. This attitude has given birth to a culture of intolerable silence in the face of sin and evil. And as Stuart Mill says, “the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”.
When we finally attained our freedom from the corrupt apartheid rule, some twenty-six years ago, through the voice of the iconic President Mandela who represented our national aspirations and desires, we vowed in unison on the steps of the Union Buildings that, “never, never and never again shall it be that this beautiful land will again experience the oppression of one by another”. This we said because of our conviction that what was as immoral as the apartheid rule was, must never again be used to define the identity of our new nation.
Through this statement we vowed to the world that we shall do all within our capabilities to develop a new human being with a soul alert to the values of ubuntu/botho as correctly enshrined in the preamble of our first democratic constitution.
“The Struggle of the People of Palestine is both Moral and Ethical."
Rev. Mautji Pataki - Chairman of the Ethical Foundation for Leadership Excellence.
NEWS - MEDIA - RESOURCE
Rev Mautji Pataki from the Ethical Leadership Foundation for excellence reflects on the spate of killings of government officials within selected Municipalities in Limpopo Province.
18 July 2018
View and download all of Ethical
Leadership Foundation reports
for the year 2016
Yearbook 2015/2016 Celebrating African Heritage through Ethics, Leadership and ExcellenceREAD MORE
CHURCH & POOR LEADERSHIP
South Africa faces a myriad of challenges to the extent that it cannot afford to have leaders of faith institutions whose focus is either blurred or lost.READ MORE
SPEECH-UNIVERSITY of limpopo
Speech by Reverend Mautji Pataki South Africa Quo Vadis Changes, Challenges and Opportunities.READ MORE
Weekly public articles of interest covering current affairs and opinions of various news and events.READ MORE