Johannesburg – Mandela Day is honoured annually on 18 July, and it has become tradition for individuals and organisations from both the private and public sector to contribute 67 minutes of their time
The Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment (CAPSI) at the Wits Business School has welcomed a visiting researcher from Karibu Foundation in Norway. From the beginning of July 2023 CAPSI
Through an ongoing partnership with Wits Business School (WBS) and the Canadian based Carleton University, the Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment (CAPSI) has offered a joint elective
WBS Leadership Dialogue with our special guest Mr Arrie Rautenbach, CEO of the Absa Group.
WBS hosted the launch of The Intrapreneur’s Journey – Empowering Employees to Drive Growth, co-authored by two of our foremost academics: Prof Mjumo Mzyece and Prof Diran Soumonn
Wits Business School prides itself on its chairs and centres which set the school apart from its competitors. The African Energy Leadership Centre (AELC), established in 2017.
Wits Business School has made significant inroads towards its goal of increased hybrid learning and teaching options. This is in line with Wits University’s blended learning strategy...
New leadership, a new strategy and a foot on the pedal of its accreditation drive – Wits Business School (WBS) is repositioning itself as a leading African business school.
Wits Business School becomes the official Education Category Sponsor of 2nd Annual Top 16 Youth-Owned Brands Awards
Wits Business School (WBS) is excited to be named the official education sponsor for the Top 16 Youth-Owned Brands Awards 2023, to be held in Sandton on 15 June.