Month: Nov 2016


Honouring the memory of a humanitarian with a strong sense of duty

The annual Dr Chota Motala memorial lecture which was delivered by Former President Kgalema Motlantle took place at the Mancosa [GSB] campus in Durban, on Friday 18th November 2016. As a flagship event of the institution, the lecture highlights the life and the struggles of the late Dr Chota Motala in the apartheid era, as…


A prelude to the 3rd annual Dr Mohammed “Chota” Motala memorial lecture

Affectionately known as the “man of the people”, Dr Mohammed “Chota” Motala was born in 1921 and dedicated his life to serving humanity. Through his profession as a doctor, Dr Chota Motala’s commitment and dedication to honouring his patients ultimately led him to lend his helpful hand to the political struggles in a pre-democratic South…


A Roundtable Discussion on the Development of International Relations of Small Businesses

Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management (NSUEM), held a round table discussion with a panel of South African delegates from MANCOSA and Regent Business School on the 21st October 2016, in Novosibirsk, Russia. The topic of discussion was, “The development of International Communication Services of small businesses, with particular reference to South Africa. “The…

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