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It takes a lot of guts to leave the feared 28s gang, but Welcome Witbooi did just that

Welcome Witbooi was 29 and at the top of his game. He was a four-star “general” in the 28s, one of the three feared prison gangs that make up The Number. Each star tattooed on his shoulder represented someone he had killed. Witbooi was the king of Pollsmoor, Cape Town’s notorious prison that’s ranked one…


2020 could be your year of plenty – if you’re up for it

It’s big picture thinking for small business or, if you like, streetwise entrepreneurship for creative businesses. This September, Henley Business School Africa and Raizcorp will be offering the first ever CHE-Accredited and SAQA-Accredited Higher Certificate in Management Practice for Entrepreneurs. “Raizcorp is recognised by The Economist as the only genuine business incubator in Africa,” says…

Which Mba

World top 25 for Executive MBA programme

The world ranking of Executive MBA programmes from the Economist shows the value and quality of our  Executive MBA, positioning our course no.21 in the World, no.10 in Europe and no.3 in the UK, and highlighting strengths in a number of other areas including diversity, student quality, course content, careers, alumni network and salary increase. Today’s MBA ranking follows our recent success in both the FT Global Masters in…

John Min

We need PPE against fake news, fake science, racism, sexism and toxic behaviour as we rebuild post Covid

Published 18 June 2020 on The Daily Maverick by dean Jon Foster-Pedley AS SOUTH Africa prepares for the spike in the COVID 19 pandemic in the rest of the country outside the Western and Eastern Cape provinces, some of the key conversations – over and above the availability of ventilators and hospital beds – are…

Copy Of Record Breaking

MBA applications break all records for Henley Business School in Africa

HENLEY Business School Africa has attracted its highest ever number of applications for its MBA class this year – 580, up from 420 two years ago. “We are determined to give our students the strongest launchpad for their future work success, with the best mix of international and African-oriented MBA learning”, says Henley Africa dean…