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‘Leadership – Perspectives from the Front Line’, edited by Theo H Veldsman and Andrew J Johnson, features a chapter by Regenesys Dean Dr Penny Law. The book is described as the most comprehensive and ‘biggest’ business leadership book yet published in South Africa. With 89 contributors, 56 chapters, more than 1000 pages and featuring a...
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He is a silent worker, quietly tidying away tables and chairs and cleaning toilets, without objection. Don’t be fooled by appearances however as Zola Ntilini (28) has just successfully completed his BBA qualification and will graduate from Regenesys Business School in April. This shy shack dweller has ambitions and will go far. Encouraged by a...
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Regenesys recently held a health care forum with health care professionals from the public and private sector to discuss National Health Insurance (NHI) and the verdict was unanimous – South Africans deserve decent health care and the way forward is through business partnerships. The panel was made up of Elaine Brass, Acting CEO of the...
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Regenesys Dean, Dr Penny Law, recently spoke about how you can discover your higher purpose. Why are you doing what you’re doing now, if you don’t have a purpose? Purpose can be likened to going on a road trip. We often waste precious time following different routes that lead to nowhere because we don’t have...
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Are you afraid that your studies have come to an end because you didn’t get a Bachelor’s Pass? At Regenesys Business School, all those passed matric do qualify to enroll for the Higher Certificate in Business Management (HCBM), a one-year course, which sets you on your career path. Graduates can follow this with a Bachelor...
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Her name means ‘gift’ and Nosiphiwo Mzamo-Nyamane, Mintek’s Mineralogy Manager, is giving the gift of education to 15 of her staffers to be trained in Project Management at Regenesys Business School. As Chairperson of the Diversity Committee at Mintek, she is a firm believer in encouraging diversity for the betterment of the country. “Diversity has...
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Regenesys Business School was recently honoured with the 2016 ‘Private Business School of Year (Maharashtra)’ award at the Business Excellence Awards, hosted by MediaZ Group in Mumbai. The award was given in recognition for the quality education that Regenesys is known for. Indian parliamentarian Mr Arvind Sawant (in the middle) presents the award for ‘Private...
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Regenesys Business School was abuzz with action in April when many proud graduates received their qualifications! It was our highest number of BBA graduates to date with 130 taking home a hard-earned qualification and the first batch of students from our partnership with the African Bank. SABC TV presenter Salamina Mosese graduated with a Postgraduate...
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Did you know? 35 percent of all jobs will be automated by 2025 and clerical jobs are the most at risk. These were the findings of a recent study by Accenture. Kalpana Narotham, Organisational Change Lead for Accenture Africa explained further at Regenesys. Accenture’s research has identified four dominant features of work in the digital...
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We are faced with four choices in life: Do nothing, Maintain the status quo, Do something different; or Do something that talks to my purpose. That choice determines our every step. The choices we made in the past shape us – but the way we choose daily defines us. Choose to do nothing Not responding...
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