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Kenneth Diole

Africa is full of opportunities, but we must invest in our young people now

Africa is full of opportunities, but we must invest in our young people now As CSR Programme Manager at a leading South African property company, youth development practitioner, Kenneth Diole has achieved a lot in his 29 years. He’s the youngest member of the National Council of the South African Institute of International Affairs and…

Hlubi Mboya-Arnold

Know your why, follow your heart: A journey towards manifestations

Know your why, follow your heart: A journey towards manifestations Former Isidingo star Hlubi Mboya-Arnold is an intentional woman. An award-winning actress, activist and serial social entrepreneur, she’s currently in the throes of her MBA at Henley Business School Africa on a Dean’s Scholarship while raising a two-year-old and trying to maintain a consistent workout…

Phillipine Mtikitiki

Emerging markets need empathetic leadership, says Henley alumna

Emerging markets need empathetic leadership, says Henley alumna   For Phillipine Mtikitiki, VP for Coca-Cola South Africa, an international Henley MBA consolidated earlier experiences of mentorship and coaching to convince her that leaders who are understanding and can see things from multiple perspectives are more likely to get the job done – especially in Africa.…

Chilling in the Artic Circle is a great way to defrag the mind – but you can (and must) do it at home

The Daily Maverick 2 August 2022   JON FOSTER-PEDLEY THE HARDEST part of anything is letting go. A digital detox is no different. We have become addicted to our digital devices, just like the developers intended. The extent of the addiction is often worse for those who have to be always on, always connected –…

How empathy can help re-write the rule book for workplace wellbeing

How empathy can help re-write the rule book for workplace wellbeing

How empathy can help re-write the rule book for workplace wellbeing For many, getting an MBA is about career progression. For Girly Letsipa, it was about so much more. She wanted to do something positive to protect vulnerable workers across South Africa. Based on her own tragedy, this was a private mission for public good.…

Corporate South Africa votes Henley Africa #Number1 MBA Business School for the fifth year

6th July 2022, Johannesburg, South Africa. HENLEY Business School Africa has been awarded a diamond arrow by PMR.Africa – its fifth in as many years – as the best MBA business school in the country according to corporate South Africa. The awards, conceptualised and run by research consultancy firm PMR.Africa, are designed to recognise and…

Servant leadership and a long-term vision key to restore trust in leadership

  South Africans are losing trust in their leaders – the BMF’s Monde Ndlovu looks to his late father for inspiration as to how we can fix that.   In conversation, Monde Ndlovu https://www.linkedin.com/in/monde-lot-ndlovu-80500b162/ doesn’t shrink from making it clear how large his late father looms in his life.   Renowned and beloved, Maduke Lot Ndlovu…

Dunning Africa Centre

Is it Africa’s time, or has the continent’s race been run?

There has been a lot of talk around Africa’s move towards free trade, which hopes to connect the continent to be a powerful force in the global economy. But will it be the catalyst many hope or another false start for Africa? By Rajneesh Narula and Jon Foster Pedley Is Africa still stretching on the…

Revealing research questions the impact of African business schools

Press release: Revealing research questions the impact of African business schools   15 June 2022, Johannesburg, South Africa. There is no limit to the areas in which African business schools can widen their footprint, believes Jonathan Foster-Pedley, dean and director: Henley Business School Africa and a board member of the Association of African Business Schools…