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BUSINESS RECOVERY TO GROWTH - WEBINAR SERIES 29 June 2021

The Great Reset: Economic Development through Localisation The Nelson Mandela University Business School is pleased to launch the 2021 Business Recovery to Growth Webinar Series, which aims to bring together expertise on economic growth and development. We acknowledge the role of localisation as an enabler for economic growth. To find out how South Africa can grow and advice on how to grow local business for recovery and get ahead, we invite you to join our (live) Webinar series and learn from our panel of local and international experts how to turn around the economy, your business and bring about prosperity for all.

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MBA and PDBA Graduates 2020 17 December 2020

CONGRATULATIONS!

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Newsletters 2020 23 November 2020

NMU Business School Newsletter 2020 - VOL. 1

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Nelson Mandela University Business School Research Associate appointed President of BEN-Africa 18 November 2020

Nelson Mandela University Business School Research Associate appointed President of BEN-Africa

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We are still celebrating with our PDBA, MBA and DBA Graduates. Visit our Business School website for the complete list of Graduates. 29 April 2020

What is in a name? The Nelson Mandela University Business School would like to congratulate each and every one of its April 2020 Graduates. May you be true leaders of tomorrow, personifying the leadership values of our University’s namesake.

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LETTER TO OUR GRADUATES 27 April 2020

We are extremely proud to congratulate you on your Graduation. It is indeed a gratifying achievement and we celebrate with you. This year we had 31 PDBA, 60 MBA and 2 DBA graduates participating in the first ever Virtual Graduation at NMU.

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COVID-19: LEARNING and TEACHING in the NATIONAL LOCKDOWN 23 April 2020

The global proliferation of COVID-19 shifted the focus almost entirely on the public health and economic impact of the pandemic. Yet, its impact on work, society and education is no less profound. Lockdown measures aimed at “flattening the curve” have wide spread effects. The slowdown in the world’s rhythm is almost unthinkable and a world in quarantine is almost apocalyptic.

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Inaugural Lecture: "Demystifying Leadership Connectivity: Rediscovering the soul of leadership" - Prof Paul Poisat 03 October 2019

The NMU Business School’s Prof Paul Poisat, delivered his inaugural professorial lecture recently. His topic was: "Demystifying Leadership Connectivity: Rediscovering the soul of leadership".

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