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UCT Graduate School of Business ranked in the top 50 globally by the FT

Latest ranking of customised programmes from the Financial Times shows the University Cape Town Graduate School of Business is leading in Africa.

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Posted on 15 June 2022 by UCT GSB Press Office
Qasim Abrahams
Learning & Development

Be intentional in your career choices

Qasim Abrahams credits the networks and experience gained as a result of completing his MBA at the UCT GSB, with his career journey to his current role. Here he shares advice for recent graduates, explaining that it all starts with a plan, consistency, and the knowledge that failure is an important part of success.

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Posted on 9 June 2022 by UCT GSB Press Office
George Koshy
Learning & Development

In search of purpose

With people quitting their jobs in greater numbers than ever, professional executive, team and board coach George Koshy shares from his own journey of ‘purpose finding’– and how he is empowering individuals, teams and organisations to find their purpose.

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Posted on 9 June 2022 by UCT GSB Press Office
Sean Sean
Learning & Development

Lessons Learnt: Advice for starting your career

Not many people can say they had to choose between completing their MBA and coaching the national female volleyball team, but Sean Lewis' career journey has been anything but linear. From high school teacher to working at Africa's leading premier ICT solutions services provider, and completing his EMBA along the way, Lewis has plenty of advice to share with graduates and career changers.

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Posted on 9 June 2022 by UCT GSB Press Office
DR NAMANE MAGAU, HAS PASSED AWAY
Leadership & Ethics

UCT GSB Advisory Board Member, Dr Namane Magau, has passed away

It is with great sadness that we mourn the passing of Dr Namane Magau, a long-serving member of the UCT GSB’s Advisory Board, a friend of our School and University and an extraordinary woman and role model whose influence continues to reach across South Africa and around the world.

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Posted on 27 May 2022 by UCT GSB Press Office
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Learning & Development

Latest FT ranking puts UCT GSB in top 15 globally for growth

Latest ranking of customised programmes from the Financial Times shows the University Cape Town Graduate School of Business is leading in Africa.

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Posted on 23 May 2022 by UCT GSB Press Office
Insights from Zimbabwe on how to link formal and
Emerging Market Business

Insights from Zimbabwe on how to link formal and informal economies

Government alone will not be able to bridge the gaping chasm between South Africa’s formal and informal economies. There are innovative intermediaries better suited to the task – but government must play a key enabling role to allow them to do what they do best.

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Posted on 12 May 2022 by John Luiz
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Posted on 26 April 2022 by UCT GSB Press Office
John Luiz - The war in Ukraine and its broader imp
Emerging Market Business

The war in Ukraine and its broader implications for the international green energy transition

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has highlighted the importance of energy politics in international relations and resulted in calls to accelerate the green transition to reduce fossil fuel dependencies. However, the strategic importance of Ukraine's natural resource wealth, particularly as it relates to Europe's energy- and resource-independence in coming decades, is being overlooked both as a potential contributory factor to the war in Ukraine and in terms of its long-term implications.

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Posted on 21 April 2022 by John Luiz
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Emerging Market Business

Why inequality persists: How institutions and organizations reproduce inequality

The continued institutional reproduction of inequality is a matter of growing concern in vast parts of the world.

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Posted on 14 April 2022 by John Luiz