Theo Venter is guest at business breakfast

Kindersorg Bloemfontein & Childline Free State annually present a business breakfast with a guest speaker who is an expert regarding the country’s economic and political more


Business School walks for cancer

The Business School recently enrolled a team, consisting of members of staff, students and alumni, for the annual Cansa Relay for more


Impact and risks of decision to raise vat in budget  

The decision to raise vat in the budget was inevitable, but risks of continuing to raise various taxes in the face of weak growth, is why South Africa needs much higher economic growth rates…read more


Employability workshop for Business School alumni

As an MBA alumna of the NWU Business School, you are cordially invited to participate in an employability summit of the NWU Career Centre, to be held in Potchefstroom more
First call for papers for International Business Conference (IBC 2018) to be hosted in Mauritius on 23-26 September

The 2018 IBC conference will be hosted on the beautiful island of Mauritius.  Your academic expertise and presence is welcomed and we therefore kindly request you to peruse the content of this call for papers and submit your papers on or before the due more


Founder: Gift of the Givers addressed NWU Business School

Dr Imtiaz Sooliman, the humanitarian who was born in Potchefstroom, addressed the NWU School of Business & Governance during the opening of the MBA academic more


2018 Sustainable Sanitation, Waste and Water Management Conference in Cape Town

The proper and sustainable management of sanitation, waste and water resources is a fundamental goal of the United Nations, articulated in the 2030 Sustainable Development more


IBC 2017 – Mentoring and developing young researchers in Africa

The 11th International Business Conference (IBC) was hosted from 24 to 27 September 2017 at the White Sands Hotel and Resort in Dar es Salaam, more


Credibility and Confidence in Economic Policy key factors in Fiscal Response to recent Credit Rating Agency decisions

The decision by President Jacob Zuma to instruct the Presidential Fiscal Committee to actively tackle four key areas of fiscal policy to shape the 2018 more


2017 Medium term budget policy statement (mtbps) more of a holding operation than a bold plan to turn the economy around

Given the economic and political headwinds presently facing SA, the fact that the 2017 MTBPS uses as its conceptual framework the National Development Plan (NDP) and its long term vision for 2030 is welcome, but its socio-economic goals remain elusive...Read more


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