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SA unknowingly welcomed the coronavirus much earlier than we think

Douglas Boateng, Professor Extraordinaire for supply and value chain management in Africa at the Unisa SBL, says that since the coronavirus spread supposedly started during the late fourth quarter of 2019, it is highly possible that there is a relatively high number of asymptomatic carriers already in our society. Read more

The cunning and elusive coronavirus and the Covid-19 disease that gave the world a wake-up call

Douglas Boateng, Professor Extraordinaire for supply and value chain management in Africa at the Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership, analyses the latest data and says the ultimate victory will depend on each one of us to remain disciplined and fully focused on the goal. Read more

SBL to ignite black business development

Unisa, on behalf of its Graduate School of Business Leadership, has signed a letter of intent with the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry, committing the parties to work together to transform the economy. Read more

Telling the positive African story

At the Unisa SBL’s prestigious Leadership in Practice Awards, the multifaceted and multidimensional Dr Judy Dlamini received both the Leadership in Practice Award and the Woman in Leadership Award. Thomas Kgokolo, interim CEO of the Air Traffic and Navigation Services, was the recipient of the Emerging Leader Award. Read more

Corrupt leaders must be brought to task

A ground-breaking discussion on the state of ethical and moral leadership in corporate South Africa took place at the Unisa Graduate School of Leadership (SBL) on 22 March 2018. Read more

Women in Tourism graduate from Executive Development Programme

Through Unisa, candidates are equipped with management skills to start and grow their own businesses and create a pool of black industrialists for the future. Read more