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SPONSORED | Don’t miss out — midyear applications for Wits Business School’s postgraduate diploma in business administration close April 30 2020

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SPONSORED | Calling all ambitious graduates and motivated professionals. Do you want to grow your career and personal development? Are you ready to drive the socioeconomic regeneration of SA and the continent? Read more.

SPONSORED | Don’t miss out — midyear applications for Wits Business School’s postgraduate diploma in business administration close April 30 2020

has highlighted leadership, critical thinking and problem solving as key skills needed to compete and be relevant in the fourth industrial revolution.Why then choose Wits Business School? Now more than ever, it is important for young South Africans to develop skills that will help them carve out their own future.

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Give yourself the edge with a, a one-year programme designed to improve your business skills while you’re working.What is the postgraduate diploma in business administration?The Wits Business School PDBA is a one-year, part-time general business qualification (NQF level 8) that will give you a broad understanding of the world of business.

With its flexible structure, you can keep working while you study and empower yourself with management and leadership skills.What will you learn?“The programme offers a solid foundation in all aspects of business, giving you the tools and confidence that you need to successfully manage or start a business,” say professor Gregory Lee, PDBA programme director.

The programme focuses on five key themes: Read more: Times LIVE »

Motsepe family donates R1bn to help poor fight Covid-19Business magnate Patrice Motsepe says efforts will focus on the poor and rural populations Thank You The irony. A virus brought in the country by the rich and when money is given out, is to help the “poor” fight the virus. Finally...

Motsepe family donates R1bn to help poor fight Covid-19Business magnate Patrice Motsepe says efforts will focus on the poor and rural populations until we see cheque counterfoil. do u think these gangsters donate this billions ? 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽 Motsepe

Motsepe Foundation pledges R1bn to help fight COVID-19Motsepe Foundation pledges R1bn to help fight COVID-19 CoronavirusPandemic 21DayLockdown At this point a weak promise Never saw this amount of airtime when those two white billionaires donated over a week ago. Selective reporting again.

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