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NMU MBA and PDBA Information Roadshow
NMU MBA and PDBA Information Roadshow
20 October 2018,
Durban

NMU MBA and PDBA Information Roadshow
NMU MBA and PDBA Information Roadshow
24 October 2018,
Port Elizabeth

NMU MBA and PDBA Information Roadshow
NMU MBA and PDBA Information Roadshow
15 November 2018,
Port Elizabeth



Can leaders commit moral treason?

Repeated calls are made that – in the light of Zuma and the Guptas – politicians should act and vote ‘according to their conscience’. Click here to read further.

Moral panic on land reform blocks the path to inclusiveness

Differing degrees of moral panic are being flashed in the mainstream and social media on the impact of expropriation without compensation. Click here to read further.

Who are today’s heroes?

We have evolved to the point where we possibly need to reconsider our view of what a hero – or heroine – is. Click here to read further.

What’s behind Facebook’s slump?

Facebook has reset the growth meter for itself and other social media companies, which are facing changing user tastes and increased regulatory scrutiny in a world following various scandals. Click here to read further.

Old Mutual’s move signals that business sees a future in SA

We can't ignore South Africa's economic challenges, but we also shouldn't forget its advantages. Click here to read further.

What causes financial crises?

Today, the 2008 financial crisis seems like a footnote in history. But like other crises, it has sparked a period of soul-searching. What signs that a crisis was brewing did experts and regulators miss? Click here to read further.

Business schools collaborate at first national case contest

Some of the brightest and best students from business schools across South Africa put aside their differences in September to team up in South Africa’s first inter-school business case competition - staged at Leaderex in Sandton. Click here to read further.

Ethical leadership

Rabbi Gideon Pogrund, Director of the GIBS Ethics & Governance Think Tank, in conversation with Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng. Click here to read further.

In conversation Clicks Group Limited CEO, David Kneale

CEO of listed retailer Clicks, David Kneale, hopes to take the group’s healthcare, wellness and pharmacy offering to more sites across southern Africa as part of his ambition to continue the brand’s expansion to 900 stores. Click here to read further.

What misbehaving companies can do to regain our trust

Trust is a vital component in a healthy economy. Getting it back once it’s gone is difficult. Click here to read further.

The impact of technology on society in the future

Rapid, ongoing technological advancement means that the 4th Industrial Revolution is no longer some likely futuristic scenario, but rather something the world and society have already entered into and are experiencing here and now. Click here to read further.

The ethical dilemma of Digital Disruption

The continual and constant digital disruption of our world has had a profound effect on every aspect of our lives, from the way we interact with one another, how we gather information and make decisions, to how we work. Click here to read further.

Empowering SA’s blue-collar female workers with technology

Businesses need to provide women with opportunities and skills to embrace technology in order to earn a decent livelihood. Click here to read further.

South Africa joins global impact investing body

A new National Task Force for Impact Investing administered by the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the UCT GSB is set to give Africa a crucial voice in the global impact investing conversation. Click here to read further.

5 tips on balancing your work and study life successfully

Many of us take on the challenge to go back to university to further our studies. Even though this may seem like a daunting task when you are already working full-time, it is in fact very possible and manageable to juggle both. Click here to read further.

Henley Africa named top business school in SA by PMR.africa

Henley Business School Africa (Henley Africa) has been ranked the No 1 in the annual PMR.africa survey on Accredited Business Schools offering MBA Degrees in South Africa. This is up from fourth place in the 2017 survey. Click here to read further.

The future of Financial Services and Fintech

The future of financial services lies in a collaboration model between established banks and insurers and new disruptive fintechs. Click here to read further.

Choosing SHL over GMAT

Before you can enrol for your MBA, you must first successfully complete a rigorous entrance exam, which forms a part of the criteria for candidate selection. Click here to read further.

Business schools must play a part in tackling unemployment

In a bid to ensure greater access to its programmes in 2019, the UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB) has made significant funding available to support students who lack financial means. Click here to read further.

Jobs Summit success will depend on implementation

The success of the wide-ranging decisions taken at the Jobs Summit depends entirely on there being strong monitoring and effective implementation to ensure results in the period ahead in ways that will make a difference. Click here to read further.

Academic skills for entrepreneurs in Industry 4.0 plan

The first African Business Incubator and Tech Camp took place recently in Johannesburg in order to enhance the skills and knowledge required for future generations to adapt to 4th Industrial Revolution challenges. Click here to read further.

Largest ever number of MBAs graduated at Henley Africa

The largest-ever number MBA students graduated from Henley Business School Africa (Henley Africa) at the end of September 2018. Click here to read further.

GIBS launches new Africa centre

University of Pretoria's Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) has announced the launch of the Centre for African Management and Markets (CAMM), a hub that will drive research, innovation, and thought-leadership across the continent. Click here to read further.

New MBA timetable starts in 2016

South Africans planning to undertake MBAs from 2016 may have to study for an extra two years. Click here to read further.

20 OCTOBER 2018, DURBAN

NMU MBA and PDBA Information Roadshow

Join Nelson Mandela University Business School senior management at an information session near you. Click here for further information.

24 OCTOBER 2018, PORT ELIZABETH

NMU MBA and PDBA Information Roadshow

Join Nelson Mandela University Business School senior management at an information session near you. Click here for further information.

15 NOVEMBER 2018, PORT ELIZABETH

NMU MBA and PDBA Information Roadshow

Join Nelson Mandela University Business School senior management at an information session near you. Click here for further information.

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