The digital disruption world is upon us and it’s going to take away a lot of traditional employment. It is going to force us to think about the kind of future that we want to create for our children and ourselves, providing us with unique opportunities to change our lives in fundamental ways.
It is not often in today’s environment that you find a business that cares, a business school with heart, that is leading change, and making a difference in the lives of not only its students but also the broader community.
Frank Magwegwe moved from unemployment and homelessness in his twenties to become segment chief executive at Momentum Retail and the founder of Inspire Belief, a non-profit organisation dedicated to enriching the educational opportunities in disadvantaged communities in South Africa.
Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean of Henley Business School Africa, looks closely at and asks hard questions of this thing we keep on hearing about called Sustainability. Raldu Nel, CEO of Blank Canvas Int. and Chairman of the African Sustainable Development Association, joins Jon in studio for this #WhatsTrending conversation to offer his insights and expert view of sustainability, as well as the current trends being experienced in that space.
What is a Section 12J VCC? We understand there are massive tax incentives and opportunities here, please explain? What kinds of risk do we face when investing our money into these funds? Gareth asks Etienne Louw, Senior Tax Advisor at Mazars, these questions and more during this excellent #AskAnExpert conversation.
It was a great privilege for Jon to welcome Dr Kelly Sloan into the #HBR studio during her recent visit to South Africa. With a Bachelors degree from Columbia University, a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and an Executive MBA degree from Henley Business School, Dr Sloan has incredible insights into Personal Development that are underpinned by her time managing the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience and Neurodynamics (CINN) at the University of Reading, where they focus