It was at a humble café in the south of Johannesburg that Robert Brozin sat down to the best Portuguese-style chicken he’d ever tasted. It was also there that he had the first taste of his dream...
In celebration of Wits’ centenary, the Wits Business School leadership team hosted an evening in the company of ten of South Africa’s most well-known and respected business leaders.
Wits Business School (WBS) recently hosted its first in-person Career Fair in almost three years, successfully connecting students and graduates with some of the top employers in South Africa
Wits Business School Signs Agreement with the African Energy Chamber to Advance Growth in the Energy Sector
Wits Business School’s African Energy Leadership Centre (AELC) has signed a three-year agreement with the African Energy Chamber (AEC) with the aim of advancing the growth and development of the...
We hosted a WBS Leadership Dialogue with Natascha Viljoen, CEO of Anglo American Platinum. Natascha is a metallurgical engineer and holds an MBA (cum laude) from UCT.
A recent digital dialogue analysed how SA’s climate change commitments translate to energy policy. SA needs to “own” its drive for energy security as it seeks to ensure environmental sustainability.
WBS hosted a conversation with Edward Kieswetter, Commissioner of SARS, who rejoined SARS in 2019 and is witness to the many highs and lows of the organisation.
If Eskom’s new proposed tariff hike is implemented, it could hit hardest the pockets of households using less electricity than the average — as well as those living off the grid. On July 5, the Preto
Africa doesn't need decarbonisation — we need energy.” This was the view of University of the Witwatersrand renewable energy expert Prof Lwazi Ngubevana who spoke about a just energy transition
During a recent FM dialogue about the green economy, industry experts discussed how SA needed R250bn to put sustainable infrastructure in place for a just transition