Month: May 2016

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Mancosa [GSB] hosts Research Seminar: On the WRITE track

On 18 May 2016, Mancosa [GSB] hosted a high impact research seminar that was delivered by respected Professors Christo Bisschoff and Christoff Botha. The seminar forms part of MANCOSA’s research support plan and was aimed at assisting emerging and established researchers in getting started with their next research publication. With their wealth of knowledge, both…

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Postgraduate Research undertakings celebrated at pre-graduation event

MANCOSA recently hosted its third pre-graduation Research Evening at the Mancosa Graduate School of Business [GSB] in Durban. The event provided a platform for MBA graduands to showcase their postgraduate research to fellow graduands, academics and industry specialists. Aspiring researchers presenting at the event were: Ms Bhavashni Kanhai; Mr Muhammad Kaleem Shahnawaaz Jeehoo; Ms Mmalemoko…

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Leadership Lecture Series

Leadership has been highlighted as an area of importance within MANCOSA in terms of academic leadership, investment, development, staff appointments, research and publications. In an effort to broaden leadership knowledge and implement leadership strategies within the institution, a monthly leadership lecture series was initiated and it is facilitated by MANCOSA’s Centre for Women Leadership. The…

Community Engagement

MANCOSA hosts a successful refreshment station at the 91st Comrades Marathon

In support of the 19 000 runners who participated in the 91st Comrades Marathon on the 29th May 2016, MANCOSA staff and their family members gathered to encourage, hydrate and cheer the runners toward the finish line. The MANCOSA cheerleaders were high in spirit as they waved the green and white colours, when the first…

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MANCOSA graduates over 1300 students at its May 2016 Graduation Ceremony

An excited atmosphere filled the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Durban, on Saturday 21st May 2016; when 1380 MANCOSA students from South Africa and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) regions graduated. Graduates and their families expressed delight through chanting and tears of joy as students flowed through the process of being capped, hooded and…

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