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“Peter is a pleasure to work with. He really understands Africa and brings positivity, passion and professionalism to everything he does”
– Isabel Dlwayo, Director Global Youth Peace Organisation
“The world is hungry for realistic, balanced and insightful news on Africa and Peter Burdin is the one who brings it. He was a great speaker at our big Homecoming Revolution London event, weaving his facts and figures together with relevant insights in an easy-to-listen to conversational style. I highly recommend Peter Burdin as a drawcard and highlight.”
– Angel Jones, CEO & Founder Homecoming Revolution
“What a fantastic speaker, amazing insights and entertaining stories, Peter gave us a brilliant talk at the IoD and I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending him.”
– Clare Gillbanks, Engagement Marketing & Events at the Institute of Directors
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