Niclas Kjellström-Matseke, Founding Partner of 17 Asset Management, co-wrote an article titled “Climate Change is the Apartheid of our Times” with Desmond Tutu, published in the Financial Times.
"Our mission is to distil the timeless wisdom of our founders, and to instil their values in new generations of leaders. We are enormously grateful to the Duke and Duchess for their love and respect for the Arch," said the Legacy Foundation's chairman Niclas Kjellstrom-Matseke.
A new chairperson and CEO have been appointed for the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation, it emerged on Monday. The foundation, which was established in Cape Town in 2013 soon after the Archbishop Emeritus announced his retirement from public life, said they had every faith in the duo of chairperson Niclas Kjellström-Matseke and CEO Piyushi Kotecha. Kjellström-Matseke, born in Sweden, had been a board member before his latest appointment and was responsible for recruiting Kotecha.