Henley Business School Africa has become the first business school to be accredited by the Association of African Business Schools (AABS)

Press release: Henley Business School Africa has become the first business school to gain accreditation by the Association of African Business Schools (AABS) 29 November 2021, Johannesburg, South Africa. HENLEY Business School Africa has become the first business school to be accredited by the Association of African Business Schools (AABS) https://www.aabschools.com . The announcement, made…

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Henley Africa kicks off with graduation celebration ceremonies

16 November 2021, Johannesburg, South Africa. HENLEY Business School Africa has set off on a three-week programme of graduations – conducted virtually for a second year in a row, because of the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions. Beginning with the MBA programme, which saw 201 graduates receive the business school’s flagship qualification on Tuesday November 16 and…

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Having an opinion or an idea doesn’t make you a thinker — thinking is a journey of discovery

Daily Maverick, 16th November 2021 JON FOSTER-PEDLEY WE ARE AWASH in ideas but sadly, very little thought. Just as living in an era of the greatest access to information has rendered us incredibly uninformed, it would appear – anecdotally at least – that our cognitive abilities have suffered exponentially too. Just as everyone has an…

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Henley Africa dean elected British Chamber of Business chair, 5th October 2021, Johannesburg, South Africa

HENLEY Business School Africa dean and director Jon Foster-Pedley has been elected chair of the British Chamber of Business in Southern Africa. The chamber, which is run by its president Leon Ayo, is a business-to-business network promoting trade and commercial relations between the United Kingdom and Africa. It has strong links to the British government…

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The human chain: Dealing with employees who are anti-vaxxers or vaccine hesitant — you can keep them out of your workplace

Dean Jon Foster Pedley, The Daily Maverick, 9th September 2021. No one in South Africa can be forced to have a vaccine. They have the right to refuse based on religious, constitutional or medical reasons. But businesses also have the right to only allow vaccinated people in the workplace.   Most ethical leaders are guided…

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More than 100 MBA students from Henley Business School Africa graduated from University of Reading’s Henley Business School during lockdown.

THURSDAY 23 SEPTEMBER, 2021, Johannesburg, South Africa – More than 100 MBA students from Henley Business School Africa graduated at the University of Reading’s Henley Business School today. They had to do so virtually, because of the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions. Every Henley Africa MBA graduate has the option to graduate in the UK in September…

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Gratitude is finding her purpose – BizCommunity, 14th September 2021, Johannesburg, South Africa

GRATITUDE Keloabetsoe Rampota was desperate to become a manager – but she didn’t know how. So, the relationship consultant at Auto & General went to the person who’d hired her to ask for advice. That person happened to be studying for the Post Graduate Diploma in Management Practice at Henley Business School Africa. “I had…

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Tendai “ The Beast’ Mtawarira swops the locker room for the boardroom – IOL, 11th September 2021.

TENDAI “Beast’ Mtawarira is well into his MBA studies at Henley Business School Africa, as he transitions from being an icon on the sports field to hopefully attaining the same status in the boardroom. He hung up his boots after South Africa’s third rugby world cup win in Japan in 2019 and since then he’s…

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