PGDip Info Session

Hosted by Hlubi Mboya  &  Tendai Mtawarira

Henley is recognised as one of the best business schools in the world for incubating business leaders for the past 75 years. Join us for this info session and learn from a business school that is a successful business. Featuring Hlubi Mboya and The Beast!

We’ll share specifics about our international Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice (PGDip), and answer all of your questions for your decision.

This is no ordinary postgraduate management education. You will be challenged in these programmes that rethink Africa and the world through reimagining the classroom as a problem-solving machine.

PGDip Info Session with Beauty & The Beast

Hosted by Hlubi Mboya  &  Tendai Mtawarira

Henley is recognised as one of the best business schools in the world for incubating business leaders for the past 75 years. Join us for this info session and learn from a business school that is a successful business. Featuring Hlubi Mboya and The Beast!

We’ll share specifics about our international Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice (PGDip), and answer all of your questions for your decision.

This is no ordinary postgraduate management education. You will be challenged in these programmes that rethink Africa and the world through reimagining the classroom as a problem-solving machine.

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About the Speaker

Hlubi Mboya
Award winning Film and TV actress, Hlubi Mboya-Arnold is a social justice activist, social entrepreneur and scholar. She is the Global Goodwill African Ambassador of the United Nations World Food Programme. After 15yrs of service, is currently is the Non-Executive Director of the Nelson Mandela Education Programme.

 

Hlubi is the Executive Director of Future CEOs, an NPO advocating entrepreneurship in South Africa and as Lionesses of Africa, Southern Africa’s Ambassador. She facilitates SME and start-up sessions on the continent. She also serves on the Board of Sunshine Cinema, a solar mobile cinema creating social impact through Pan African Cinema.

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About the Speaker

Hlubi Mboya
Award winning Film and TV actress, Hlubi Mboya-Arnold is a social justice activist, social entrepreneur and scholar. She is the Global Goodwill African Ambassador of the United Nations World Food Programme. After 15yrs of service, is currently is the Non-Executive Director of the Nelson Mandela Education Programme.

 

Hlubi is the Executive Director of Future CEOs, an NPO advocating entrepreneurship in South Africa and as Lionesses of Africa, Southern Africa’s Ambassador. She facilitates SME and start-up sessions on the continent. She also serves on the Board of Sunshine Cinema, a solar mobile cinema creating social impact through Pan African Cinema.

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About the Speaker

Tendai Mtawarira
Tendai Mtawarira is a Zimbabwean-born South African professional rugby union player who plays for Old Glory DC in Major League Rugby and previously for the South Africa national team and the Sharks in Super Rugby. Mtawarira, a prop, is known by the nickname The Beast.

 

Mtawarira made his debut for South Africa against Wales on 14 June 2008. With 117 caps, he is the most capped prop in South African history and the third most capped Springbok of all time. With his 117 caps, Mtawarira is the 17th most capped international forward of all time and the 5th most capped prop of all time. He is also a 2019 Rugby World Cup Winner.

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About the Speaker

Tendai Mtawarira
Tendai Mtawarira is a Zimbabwean-born South African professional rugby union player who plays for Old Glory DC in Major League Rugby and previously for the South Africa national team and the Sharks in Super Rugby. Mtawarira, a prop, is known by the nickname The Beast.

 

Mtawarira made his debut for South Africa against Wales on 14 June 2008. With 117 caps, he is the most capped prop in South African history and the third most capped Springbok of all time. With his 117 caps, Mtawarira is the 17th most capped international forward of all time and the 5th most capped prop of all time. He is also a 2019 Rugby World Cup Winner.