Month: Jun 2014

Community Engagement

The MANCOSA Schools’ Business Proposal Competition and Exhibition

The Management College of Southern Africa (MANCOSA) invites grade 10 and 11 learners at secondary schools in KwaZulu-Natal to enter the MANCOSA Schools’ Business Proposal Competition and Exhibition. Learners who are studying the Business Studies modules as one of their subjects at school are invited to enter the competition aimed at identifying KwaZulu-Natal’s budding entrepreneurs….


School leadership style important for curriculum reforms

The successful execution of curriculum reforms at schools is largely dependent on the leadership style that principals adopt.  This emerged out of research undertaken by Ms Shamala Naidoo a recent MANCOSA graduate who researched the topic The Impact of School Leadership on the Management of Curricular Reforms, Johannesburg West District for her Master of Business…

Community Engagement

MANCOSA’s Skills Training Programme empowers youth

In a bid to empower the youth and foster a spirit of entrepreneurship the Management College of Southern Africa (MANCOSA) hosted a free entrepreneurship skills training programme on June 14 in Arena Park, Chatsworth. The MANCOSA Youth Entrepreneurship Skills Training Programme had seen youth from diverse cultures with an interest in business converge at the…


MBA Research on Stress and Burnout among Small Business Owners

Unpredictable cash flows; limited work-life balance and inaccessible business support mechanisms are contributors to the stress experienced by small business owners in the Durban Central business district revealed a research study undertaken by a recent Management College of Southern Africa (MANCOSA) Master of Business Administration (MBA) graduate, Ms Kanchan Aaron. About 153 small business owners…