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University of Stellenbosch Business School

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Postal Address: P O Box 610, Bellville, 7535, Cape Town, South Africa
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29 JUNE 2020

How startups can drive growth in a disrupted world

The economic and social upheaval caused by the COVID-19 pandemic underlines the need for a collective, and robust national strategy to unlock entrepreneurship in South Africa. Click here to read further.
30 MAY 2020

Is COVID-19 Africa’s economic curse or cure?

African business experts converse about COVID-19 and its impact on Africa’s economy. Click here to read further.
06 MAY 2020

Not all leaders are coping equally well during Covid-19

Not all business leaders are handling the workplace crises of COVID-19 as well as they should. Click here to read further.
06 MAY 2020

No quick economic bounce back: SA needs a long-term plan

What has become clear is that South Africa will not see a sharp and quick economic bounce back many have been hoping for. Click here to read further.
06 MAY 2020

Cybercrime - security breaches whilst working from home

The COVID-19 global pandemic forcing millions of office workers to become remote workers has created a "perfect tsunami" for cyber criminals seeking to exploit the crisis and penetrate corporate defences via unsecured home networks. Click here to read further.
06 MAY 2020

USB appoints new Director

Strong leadership skills, academic rigour, and belief in the value of research – this is what USB’s new Director, Prof Mark Smith, will be bringing to the table when he takes up this position in October this year. Click here to read further.
31 MARCH 2020

USB report unpacks how to improve women’s representation on

While half of the South African population and 45% of the employed workforce are female, only 20% of directors of JSE-listed companies are women. Click here to read further.
31 MARCH 2020

How USB aims to flatten the curve on the spread of Corona

USB has decided to suspend all academic programmes and all forms of assessment during the national lockdown. Click here to read further.
31 MARCH 2020

Work in the time of Corona

As South Africans face the reality of a 21-day lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus, working from home has become the 'new normal' overnight - and if properly managed, it can be just as productive as being in the office. Click here to read further.
31 MARCH 2020

What does life after lockdown look like for business?

The global COVID-19 pandemic has made its presence felt in South African retail and consumer-focused businesses, but the full impact on earnings, cash flow and employment will last far longer than a three-week lockdown. Click here to read further.
30 MARCH 2020

Entrepreneurs hit hard by Coronavirus – ways to stay afloat

It is often said that the elderly and those with impaired immune systems are most at risk due to Covid-19, but small businesses are just as vulnerable, with many who are not going to survive a global economic shut down. Click here to read further.
03 DECEMBER 2019

What to look for when choosing a university

As a prospective university student, your entire future will be affected by your choice of tertiary institution. This is why it’s vital you know the difference between a mediocre university and an excellent one. Click here to read further.
05 NOVEMBER 2019

Debunking myths about board gender diversity in SA

"It’s a myth that there is not a sufficient pool of women available to serve on South African boards," said Prof Anita Bosch, Research Chair: Women at Work at the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB). Click here to read further.
05 NOVEMBER 2019

The future of banking in South Africa

In comparison to 2018 the South African banking industry landscape will look vastly different towards 2035. Click here to read further.
02 OCTOBER 2019

Achieving international mobility in a globalised world

Globalisation has made the world a smaller place. And while this has its drawbacks, it’s the perfect environment for internationally minded business students to make their mark wherever their hearts desire. Click here to read further.
02 OCTOBER 2019

Why the full-time MBA programme is (still) the best choice

How does a full-time MBA compare to a modular programme? Click here to read further.
02 OCTOBER 2019

3 women dying daily at hands of their partners in SA

With three women dying at the hands of their partners every day in South Africa, turning the tide on a national crisis of gender-based violence will take more than slogans and summits. Click here to read further.
02 OCTOBER 2019

USB’s full-time MBA ranked number 1 in Africa

The full-time MBA programme of the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) has been ranked as the top programme in Africa in its category by Eduniversal, an international education rating agency. Click here to read further.
29 JUNE 2019

The power of resilience

Entrepreneur Luvuyo Rani, founder and managing director of IT services company Silulo Ulutho Technologies, is a former teacher who started his company as a micro business from the boot of his car in 2004. Click here to read further.
29 JUNE 2019

Economic activities in conflict zones don’t bring peace

As business increasingly looks to expansion into emerging markets in Africa and other developing economies, companies face increased risk of operating in conflict zones. Click here to read further.


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