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Covid-19 third wave: Ignore the science and you will crash and burn

17th March 2021 – Daily Maverick The government is rightfully concerned about an imminent third wave of infection hitting us after the Easter weekend – precisely because a growing number of South Africans aren’t. Managing this pandemic has been incredibly onerous for politicians, scientists and business leaders because of the attitude of some of the…

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Henley Africa And gsport Collaborate : A Management Practice Framework To Build The Business Of Women’s Sport.

16 February 2021, Johannesburg, South Africa. When gsport founder and seasoned cricket commentator  Kass Naidoo approached Henley Africa about supporting women in SA sport, she believed the school would offer some scholarships.    “Dean Jon Foster-Pedley immediately suggested  we lift it to a higher level,  take immediate action and start formulating a meaningful learning-based strategy to build…

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Henley Launches Comprehensive Virtual Pivot Course For Healthcare Practitioners at Reduced Pricing to Provide COVID Relief.

Henley Business School Africa is excited to announce the launch of Future-proof your Healthcare Practice. This live, comprehensive, interactive virtual course is delivered by carefully chosen local and international faculty – and at a 40% discount during the COVID emergency. “The Healthcare game is changing. Where we used to believe that there was no time…

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Standard Bank Sikuvile Journalism Awards: 2020 winners announced!

Pauli van Wyk was named Journalist of the Year, at this year’s virtual Standard Bank Sikuvile Awards, for “Cruising Nicely on VBS Money”, which together with her “The Elements of a Bank Heist” made up the body of work that was named South African Story of the Year. Both were for Scorpio and Daily Maverick. Van…

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Post Graduate Diploma in Management Practice (Africa) starts in October 2020

SOUTH Africa’s borders officially open for the first time in six months on October 1 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 October 27.…

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Combatting corruption in South Africa depends on three pillars, says experts on Henley and SABSA panel

Published 08 September 2020, Bizcommunity Combatting 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. That’s the view of Daily Maverick associate editor Ferial Haffajee,…