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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,…


Back-to-work rules – with red-card penalties for all – are essential to become Covid-19 pandemic proof

Published 11 September 2020, Daily Maverick After surviving one of the longest lockdowns in the world, but with the concomitant cost to the economy as revealed in Statistics SA’s second-quarter GDP figures released in the second week of September 2020, South Africa has now moved into the next phase of dealing with the pandemic: It’s…

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Guided by passion in her mission to empower women, Business Report, Independent Newspapers

LINDA Buckley is guided by two driving passions: to make sure that learning truly lands and that women can learn to stand in their own truth. The Head of Learning Experience at Henley Business School Africa, and in charge of executive education. “My dream is that learning is properly digested, seeping into your pores as…

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Henley calls on Hidden Healthcare Heroes to apply for Scholarships

The award-winning Henley Business School, internationally triple-accredited, is recognised as one of the best business schools in the world for incubating business leaders for the past 75 years. In thanks and recognition of service given by frontline Healthcare workers in SA during COVID-19, Henley Africa is offering a number of full-fee scholarships, each worth R60,000,…

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Business schools bid farewell to their ‘viral virginity’

Business schools have lost their “viral virginity” and will never go back to working the way they did before Covid-19, says Jon Foster-Pedley, dean of Henley Africa Business School. Forced to adopt educational models they previously considered too expensive or cumbersome, many schools have now embraced the changes. Since becoming dean in 2011, Foster-Pedley has…