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The strategic intent of the Alumni Association of the Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) is to develop and expand the transformational leadership base in southern Africa in order to build winning organisations.
The SBL Campus in Midrand
The SBL occupied various Unisa buildings in downtown Pretoria until 1993, but moved into its own premises in Midrand in January 1994, after the Midrand City Council made a generous donation of 7,5 ha of prime property to Unisa. Midrand is the fastest growing metropolitan area in South Africa and lies in the centre of the country’s economic activity, midway between the capital (Pretoria) and Johannesburg (these two cities are only 50 km apart). The strategic location of the SBL’s premises is further enhanced by its high visibility, directly adjacent to the highway connecting the two cities.
The SBL campus consists of a three-storey office block with more than 90 offices (see Figure 1.3). Also included are three auditoriums, four breakaway or seminar rooms, an information centre (linked to the main library of Unisa in Pretoria), a computer laboratory, six meeting rooms, an executive boardroom and VIP lounge, and a cafeteria.
From the technological viewpoint, the auditoriums are equipped with the latest teaching aids, including those for video conferencing. Apart from being linked to the Unisa computer network, the SBL also maintains its own intranet and Electronic Delivery System (EDS) which is used for student communication and the delivery of study material and assignments. The EDS is continuously upgraded and now enables students who cannot join a physical syndicate group to belong to virtual groups.
Approximately 60 percent of the SBL’s property is currently utilised for buildings, parking and landscaped gardens, which leaves ample space for further expansion. Such expansion is already in the planning phase and includes additional lecturing facilities, breakaway rooms and on-campus accommodation.
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