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How South Africa's organisations can make a difference to the youth unemployment crisisThe Regent Enterprise Development Hub is an entrepreneurial and innovation programme aimed at supporting small business development 21 Sep 2021 Read more

Regent Business School is now proudly a Level 1 B-BBEE contributorExciting news: Regent Business School has achieved Level 1 B-BBEE status! We are delighted with this acknowledgement of the significant transformational role we play in South Africa and believe this rating will accelerate our contribution to our country's economic sustainability at a grassroots level. 14 Sep 2021 Read more

Higher education in a disrupted worldHigher education institutions have long been considered to be the repositories of knowledge and learning and the structures through which knowledge is produced and disseminated. They have survived sweeping societal changes created by technology - the moveable-type printing press, previous Industrial Revolutions, information and communication technologies, electronic media, and computers. 5 May 2021 Read more

Regent Business School pays tribute to healthcare workers with limited study offerIn the run up to World Health Day on 7 April 2021, and as a token of gratitude to South Africa's healthcare fraternity, Regent Business School*, a member of Honoris United Universities**, has halved the cost of its Higher Certificate in Healthcare Services Management (HCHSM). The offer on the NQF 5 qualification applies to healthcare professionals, executives and admin teams who have worked tirelessly and selflessly on the frontlines and behind the scenes to save lives during the Covid-19 pandemic. 17 Mar 2021 Read more

The Covid crisis can facilitate entrepreneurs of the futureLast year, President Cyril Ramaphosa presented the South African Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan, which aimed to expedite the recovery of the country's economy; severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. In particular, he referred to the support for entrepreneurship and small business development. He believed that this specific sector of the economy offered the greatest untapped potential for growth, employment and fundamental economic transformation. 18 Jan 2021 Read more


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