Palm TV to host MANCOSA on digital live streaming channel this November - MANCOSA


Palm TV to host MANCOSA on digital live streaming channel this November

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Experts, including academics from private higher education institution MANCOSA, will discuss matters of current national interest on the digital streaming channel, Palm TV.

MANCOSA encourages prospective students to watch the inspiring interviews on Palm TV’s website: and on Twitter: @Officalpalmtv.

The interviews on various days during November 2021 will aim to motivate and encourage students to choose MANCOSA as the number one choice for higher education.

The five MANCOSA speakers will be live on the following dates and times:

Thursday, 4 November at 11am, Elizabeth Mahola, a business development consultant, will discuss how entrepreneurs can benefit from the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).

Thursday 11 November at 11am, Mahola will explain how the 4IR can benefit consumers.

Saturday 6 November at 2pm, Michelle Naudé, an English academic in the School of Education will address the concept of online high schools and its growing popularity or relevance in society and will also highlight the similarities and differences between online high schools and traditional schools.

Thomas Rathaha, an academic, will explain how to equip students to navigate themselves into the projectized business industry on Saturday 6 November at 2:30pm. Monday 15 November at 11am, Sooraya Ebrahim, an academic, will explain how to use design thinking to become a successful entrepreneur. Monday 22 November at 11am, she will discuss how MANCOSA used the design thinking approach to find a solution to food scarcity in South Africa during the coronavirus pandemic.

Muleka Nengwani, an academic programme manager, will discuss the importance of Unique Selling Proposition (USP) in the global market on Saturday 13 November at 2pm. Saturday 20 November at 2pm, he will discuss how to create your own brand and how to stand out from your competition.

Professor Kiveshni Naidoo, Academic Director at MANCOSA, said: “Palm TV was chosen as it is a unique digital streaming channel alternative to traditional TV broadcasting with the same impact reaching over 20 million viewers across Africa.

Through these interviews, it is hoped to attract students to choose to study at MANCOSA for the many worthy reasons such as 75% of MANCOSA graduates hold management or executive positions, 93% of Masters graduates said that their programme prepared them to take a leadership role in business and 85% of students registered with MANCOSA because of our international footprint.

Providing students with high-quality education, MANCOSA programmes promote high levels of independence through innovative learning and assessment interventions where students can expect a carefully integrated blend of webinars, access to well-designed self-study materials and online learning resources.

A large number of students are enrolled in one of MANCOSA’s most popular postgraduate qualifications, the Master of Business Administration, which ranks among 10 of the best MBAs in Africa.

MANCOSA’s focus is on educating the next generation of African leaders and professionals into employable leaders of tomorrow.


MANCOSA, a leading provider of management programmes through supported distance learning in Southern Africa, is renowned for its MBA offering, which is ranked among the 10 of the best MBAs in Africa. A member of Honoris United Universities – the first Pan-African private higher education network focused on nurturing the next generation of African leaders and professionals. MANCOSA serves as an innovation hub for undergraduate and postgraduate management, offering 50 accredited programmes. A selection of Executive Education Short Learning Programmes is also offered to meet the requirements of professionals in both the private and public sectors. See:
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Honoris United Universities is the first and largest Pan-African private higher education network committed to educating the next generation of African leaders and professionals able to impact regionally in a globalised world. Collaborative intelligence, cultural agility and mobile mind-sets and skills are at the heart of Honoris’ vision of higher education. Honoris United Universities joins the expertise of its member institutions to develop world-class African Human capital that is competitive in today’s fast-paced, demanding and increasingly digitised labour and start-up markets.

Honoris United Universities gathers a community of 57,000 students on 70 campuses, learning centres and via on-line, in 10 countries and 32 cities. The network counts 14 institutions: multidisciplinary universities, specialised schools, technical and vocational institutes, contact, distance, and online institutions. Students have an opportunity to experience exclusive partnerships and exchange programs in more than 85 universities across Europe and the United States. Over 300 degrees are offered in Health Sciences, Engineering, IT, Business, Law, Architecture, Creative Arts and Design, Media, Political Science and Education.

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