Some sound bites from my recent interview on 5FM with DJ Fresh: Listen here: My book and more info hereRead More
Children in the Wilderness is a non-profit organisation supported by ecotourism company Wilderness Safaris to facilitate sustainable conservation through leadership development and education of rural children in Africa. Insight, care and commitment are required to conserve Africa’s pristine wilderness and wildlife areas. If we are to ensure that these places continue to exist – in […]Read More
The greatest single track mountain bike event ever, the Nedbank Tour de Tuli 2014 is done and dusted and I am definitely missing the time spent with my team navigating our way around southern Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mapungubwe. The organisers, Children in the Wilderness and their local teams pulled off an organisational miracle! Truly phenomenal! Funds raised from […]Read More
Impossible Is Nothing – Peter Van KetsRead More
I have recently delivered two keynotes at the 4th International Sales and Marketing @recession Conference in Tehran, Iran. What a privilege it was to be part of such an amazing event and being able to change the way people consider themselves and their businesses. I also met 4 other incredible speakers in Andy Lopata, Nik […]Read More
2013 started with a bang and has just got more and more hectic. My inspirational speaking events have come in fast and furious and I am loving watching people lives change in front of me….Read More
We have raised R8700 so far for The Carel du Toit Center from the expedition Tri-The Beloved Country, but would like to see a huge effort here. Come on guys – R55 buys you a ticket entry for the grand prize (an awesome Wilderness Safaris trip in Namibia worth R60,000) and you get to play a part in changing some young childrens lives!!Read More
The Documentary “Not Alone” of Peter Van Kets will be showing on DSTV in the next week and days to come.
See the times and channels here.
I love what I do and I get to meet amazing people doing it! Imagine running 5500Km’s, a marathon a day and in some of the worlds toughest terrain. Meet Braam Malherbe!Read More
In 1964 Mr. Theodore Blumberg, whose daughter had been diagnosed with severe hearing loss, began a small clinic in East London with the help of a therapist. He was determined to pursue a new system of teaching deaf children to speak. This was called the oral method and involved encouraging deaf children to learn to listen and then speak, through a combination of…Read More