Henley Business School Partners with AdCademy to Build Pool of Nigerian Business Managers

African economies are not growing at the expected rate in spite of abundant natural resources.  A lot of factors are at play. But Henley Business School, Africa, in collaboration with Advertising Agencies of Nigeria’s (AAAN) initiative, AdCademy, is tackling this challenge from the platform of developing business managers who will strengthen their intellect and innovation…

Henley Africa Sol Plaatje media scholarship applications open for 2022

9th February 2022, Johannesburg, South Africa. Henley Business School Africa is inviting journalists and media practitioners to apply for its annual Sol Plaatje Scholarship. Established in 2019, the award covers all tuition costs for either the one year Post-graduate Diploma (PG Dip) or the 30-month executive Master’s in Business Administration (MBA). The two inaugural Plaatje…

Henley MBA Dean’s Creative Industries scholarship awarded to Alexander Leibner

26 May 2021, Johannesburg, South Africa. MEDIA entrepreneur Alexander Leibner has been awarded the Dean’s Creative Industries Scholarship to study his executive MBA at Henley Business School Africa.  It’s full circle for the seasoned media-man who started his media career while he was still at high school, broadcasting on campus radio at Rhodes Music Radio…

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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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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…