Finance is the very pillar of business. Or, as Professor Kalu Ojah of Wits Business School (WBS) puts it, it is the “blood in the veins” of all corporate and state-owned entities.
In March 2019, southern Africa was pounded by Cyclone Idai, the magnitude of which was unprecedented in recorded history. The cyclone hit Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe...
SA lacks the policy and structure mix to optimise entrepreneurship, says Prof Boris Urban in his latest Business Day opinion piece.
As one of the oldest, most established business schools in Africa, Wits Business School (WBS) has been graduating business leaders for fifty years.
Congratulations to WBS alumna Mpumi Madisa on her appointment as the new Bidvest CEO! We are so proud!
Prof Crompton’s two articles: Explainer: why South Africa’s energy generator is in so much trouble and What a major offshore gas find means for South Africa's energy future...
Read Prof Crompton’s take on what the major offshore gas find means for South Africa’s energy future. Prof Crompton is the Director of the African Energy Leadership Centre at WBS
Charisse Drobis, head of Career Management Services at WBS discuses why an MBA is still relevant in today's business world on ClassisFM with Classic Business host, Michael Avery.
Mzukisi Qobo, Associate Professor: International Business & Strategy and Mills Soko, Professor: International Business & Strategy, both at WBS, write on the reforms the World Bank needs...