HENLEY Business School Africa has enrolled its biggest ever MBA class this year

26 June 2019, Johannesburg, South Africa. HENLEY Business School Africa has enrolled its biggest ever MBA class this year – 329 students across five intakes, up from 260 last year. For dean and director Jon Foster-Pedley, it’s an achievement that needs to be correctly understood to be properly celebrated. “This is not about us competing…

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Step up, become the leader you wish you’d had – with the #HenleyAfrica PGDip

26 June 2019, Johannesburg. SOUTH Africa needs good leaders like never before. If we’d had them, we wouldn’t have lost the 10 years – and maybe squandered the next generation’s birth right – to state capture, aided and abetted by corporate collusion. If our country had enough leaders brave enough to speak truth to power,…

Motivational moment: Do you share the vision of a better world for all?

Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address covered every aspect of our society, including the increasingly precarious state of the environment, and it provided five specific targets for the next 10 years. President Cyril Ramaphosa has a dream for South Africa, almost Wakanda-esque in its scope, complete with bullet trains and a brand-new, purpose-built post-apartheid…

HENLEY Business School Africa is pleased to announce the inaugural winners of its brand-new Sol Plaatje scholarship for media professionals

5th June 2019, Johannesburg, South Africa. HENLEY Business School Africa is pleased to announce the inaugural winners of its brand-new Sol Plaatje scholarship for media professionals. They are: Thabiso Thakali, news editor of the Sowetan newspaper and Pauli van Wyk, an investigative journalist from the Daily Maverick, says Henley Business School Africa dean and director…

Henley Business School Africa FT Rankings 2018 Financial Times-01

HENLEY Business School has been ranked fourth in the UK and 20th in the world for its open and customised executive education

4th June 2019, Johannesburg, South Africa. HENLEY Business School has been ranked fourth in the UK and 20th in the world for its open and customised executive education – moving up three places in the authoritative Financial Times rankings from last year. The FT survey is recognised as the most reliable global indicator of the…

SA’s recovery will be a trudging journey up the hill, of determination and grit

Cynics will decry Cyril Ramaphosa as an incrementalist more devoted to party than country. But like the heroes’ journeys of yore, South Africa’s return to its rightful place as Africa’s Rainbow Nation will be a trudging journey up the hill, of determination and grit, without any of the fanfare and instant gratification beloved of the…

Back to school for Morbee, Parlotones front man to “write assignments” for the near future as he takes up MBA scholarship

Saturday Star Article, May 25 2019 KEVIN RITCHIE KAHN Morbee went back to university this week – to finally, well officially, learn about the business side of the music industry. He’s been in the game for the last two decades: the Parlotones, which he started with school mates from Roodepoort’s West Ridge High School turns…

12 artists commissioned to transform Henley Africa’s public spaces

Henley Business school Africa (Henley Africa) has commissioned 12 up-and-coming artists to transform the school’s campus into a space that is more reflective of African culture and Henley’s identity as the top business school in Africa. Henley Africa has partnered with social enterprise The Coloured Cube, through which 12 artists have been selected from 80…