WHATEVER THE POLITICAL DYNAMICS OF SUCH DECISIONS, FREQUENT CABINET RESHUFFLES COME AT A HIGH COST TO THE ECONOMY

Whatever the political dynamics behind the decision, from an economic point of view the news of yet another Cabinet reshuffle again emphasizes the extent to which constant changes at the top of government and the public sector contribute to policy uncertainty...Read More

NMAT by GMAC exam launches in South Africa

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) recently opened registrations for the NMAT by GMAC exam. This assessment allows candidates to apply to six leading South African business schools with one test score and gives South African graduate management programmes greater and more informed access to domestic talent...Read More

Junk status and recession for ever and ever?

NWU Business School’s MBA Prestige Day, July 2017

The NWU School of Business and Governance (SBG) had a very successful Prestige Day on 26 July, attended by most of our MBA students and several people from the business community in the Vaal Triangle. The theme, “Junk status and recession for ever and ever?” attracted a great deal of interest, because it addressed a very relevant issue in the South African economy at this stage...Read More

ABSA nuwe borg van goue medalje aan beste MBA-presteerder, Pieter Smit

Die NWU Besigheidskool se toppresteerder, Pieter Smit, het behoorlik uitgeblink tydens die MBA-toekenningsgeleentheid en het die goue medalje van ABSA ontvang (wat vanjaar ʼn eerste is)...Lees Meer

Mafikeng site attends the largest Business School Alumni Expo in Africa

The School of Business and Governance’ Mafikeng site of delivery, has been invited to attend the Africa MBA Indaba on the 14-15th July at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg. It was an exciting experience as we had the opportunity to rub shoulders with senior, middle and fundamental level managers from different spectrums. A group of more than 30 exhibitors were available, including private entities like bank retailers and other Business School across provinces. The outcome was very positive as many prospectives where excited to meet all of us at the same venue and being able to get more information on our programmes and also have physical interactions. Having aligned our Business Schools across all the 3 sites of delivery, we can expect increased numbers in both the PGDip and MBA programmes.

The Africa MBA Indaba achieved to bring together alumni from prestigious business schools that were making a huge impact across Africa.

Economy of the North West under the magnifying glass

On Thursday 25 May, the newly established North West Chamber of Commerce and Industry held a business breakfast during which the current state of the economy in the North West was discussed...Read More

Prof Raymond takes it again!

Prof Raymond Parsons from the NWU’s School of Business and Governance took top honours as the individual who was quoted the most in 2016 for the second consecutive year...Read More

Prof Ravinder Rena shares his experiences of India and Indonesia

Prof Ravinder Rena from the School of Business and Governance visited different universities and colleges that specialise in the areas of commerce/ finance/economics/management from December 2016 to January 2017...Read More