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Henley Africa MBA student named SA Journalist of the Year at 2020 Standard Bank Sikuvile Journalist of the Year AwardsHenley Africa MBA student Pauli van Wyk has been named South African Journalist of the Year at the 2020 Standard Bank Sikuvile Journalist of the Year Awards. The accolade was one of a hat-trick of awards she received at the annual ceremony, held virtually on Thursday, 15 October this year because of the Covid-19 crisis. 19 Oct 2020 Read more

Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice (Africa) starts in October 2020South Africa's borders officially open for the first time in six months on 1 October but if they hadn't, students on Henley Business School Africa's brand new NQF level 8 qualification for Africa would have been walking through the continent's factories and fairs - from the comfort of their own home - on 27 October. 2 Oct 2020 Read more

Henley Business School Africa sponsors Bright Spark Foundation soccer kitOn Saturday, 19 September 2020, two teams of young soccer players took to the field to practice their soccer skills in Henley Business School Africa sponsored kit. Soon they hope to be playing a full match against an adult Henley Africa side on the campus itself. 1 Oct 2020 Read more

Loyiso Bala has done it - and the world is his oysterLoyiso Bala has done it - just like he said he would four years ago. He's finished his MBA, four years after starting his PG Dip in Management Practice, and he did it the year he turned 40. There's just one difference... the multiple SAMA award-winning singing sensation who won the Johnny Clegg scholarship is graduating cum laude. 11 Sep 2020 Read more

Combatting corruption in South Africa depends on three pillars, says experts on Henley and SABSA panelCombatting corruption in South Africa depends on three pillars: ending the bipolar myth of good private sector/bad public sector, the establishment of an unstoppable citizens' movement and for directors to cross their own intellectual Rubicon and serve companies not shareholders. 8 Sep 2020 Read more

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