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NWU Mafikeng site of delivery relocates to new offices

The NWU School of Business & Governance, Mafikeng site of delivery, has relocated to a new office complex at Leopard Park, Mafikeng. Click here to read further.

Radical economic transformation and how to stimulate growth

Speaking at the GSB post-budget speech, embattled Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas spoke out in favour of more active citizenry. Click here to read further.

Going BOS: the story of a ‘born global’ SA ice tea brand

With a sugar tax hovering over the heads of South Africans, healthier alternatives to traditional sodas are likely to start appearing on the shelves in greater abundance. One local brand is way ahead of the competition. Click here to read further.

Budget 2017

Prof Krugell and Heymans of the NWU School of Economics discuss the Budget 2017, looking at the tax increases, spending limits and what it means for economic growth in South Africa. Click here to read further.

SA Tax Ombud concerned about political stability of SA

"We (South Africans) must say to ourselves that our economy is not okay," Judge Bernard Ngoepe, South Africa’s first Tax Ombud, said at a Leader’s Angle event hosted by the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) recently. Click here to read further.

GSB launches pioneering case writing initiative

Most business schools in South Africa draw heavily on case studies that are researched and published from experience gained in economies that are run according to Western-style principles and conditions. That's about to change. Click here to read further.

NWU: 2017 is out of the starting blocks!

With the new year already accelerating full steam ahead into the first term of 2017, the School of Business and Governance at the North-West University is well positioned to face the challenges of the modern market environment. Click here to read further.

Tertiary education needs a radical shift

We face several challenges that threaten to restrict the creation of a relevant, modern curriculum. Click here to read further.

MANCOSA explores international partnerships

Professor Zaheer Hamid, Ms Bakhetsile Mangena and Mr Paresh Soni attended the National Association African American Studies (NAAAS) Conference in Dallas, Texas. Click here to read further.

Henley event encourages face-to-face parenting

Henley runs regular Family Friendly events for its MBA students and their families to assist in maintaining a balanced work and home environment when studying at Henley. Click here to read further.

Progress at USB

USB shares a few exciting developments. Click here to read further.

New Director strengthens academic leadership team at GSB

At his first imbizo of the year, GSB Director Mills Soko announced the appointment of several key academic leaders to move the GSB forward with a new strategic impetus. Click here to read further.

Budget speech embodies a tough message about the economy

The Budget speech to Parliament last month by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan was generally a realistic, balanced and predictable analysis of the socio-economic challenges in general, and the fiscal difficulties in particular, faced by SA. Click here to read further.

New study examines triple bottom line sustainability

The research findings of a new study undertaken by Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) Business School which examined conscious corporate governance has delivered fascinating results on the future sustainability of companies. Click here to read further.

The need for MBA’s in South Africa

In a world where uncertainty is a daily occurrence, organisations, both those with a focus on profit and those serving citizens, grapple with adapting to change. Click here to read further.

A Post-Budget dialogue reflects a tough year for SA

MANCOSA in partnership with The Sunday Tribune, hosted a Post-Budget dialogue dinner to provide an in-depth analysis. Click here to read further.

Progress at Henley

As the summer comes to an end, amongst many economic and political challenges, we see a continued determination among South African people to develop their skills. Click here to read further.

Making the change

The notion of a job for life has been replaced by a new realisation that people will, very often, have multiple careers during their lives. Click here to read further.

I would not have been the same person without my MBA

USB MBA alumnus Nerina Visser shares her career journey and what the MBA meant to her. Click here to read further.

GNAM is the best antidote to economic nationlism

The Global Network for Advanced Management, a network of 29 leading international business schools dedicated to driving innovation and creating value through exchange and engagement, will celebrate its fifth anniversary in April. Click here to read further.

How to ace your first 100 days

The first 100 days in a top job have become an important milestone, with everyone from South Africa’s public protector to the new US president currently being scrutinised on their performance during this key period. Click here to read further.

NMMU Business School breaks ground with AMBA accreditation

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) Business School recently announced that its flagship MBA programme received prestigious international accreditation by AMBA. Click here to read further.

MANCOSA expands into the world of Teaching and Training

MANCOSA has recently branched off into the educational sector and held the official launch of the MANCOSA School of Education, on Wednesday 1st February 2017. Click here to read further.

Henley Africa rolls out online learning platform

Henley Business School Africa has rolled out their own online learning platform, Pelopele (Learning with Heart). Click here to read further.

Can grass-roots reforms reverse SA’s stunted growth?

Distinguished academic and journalist, R. W. Johnson, provides his view of South Africa’s prospects. Click here to read further.

Follow the masters

Gain access to South Africa’s top executives, professionals and entrepreneurs – all under one roof. Click here to read further.

Entrepreneurship: A culture we need to embrace

(Successful) entrepreneurship is a key driver to economic growth, writes Gillian Klawansky. Click here to read further.

Leaders flock to Leaderex

New event shines the spotlight on leadership, innovation and potential. Click here to read further.

Bring on the coach

Free 20-minute personal and executive coaching sessions with some of South Africa’s top business coaches. 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.

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