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Innovation In Action

30 Oct 2012 in


sold equip goods distributed to local adventures

In the third and last year of the Entrepreneurship and Leadership BBA major, TSiBA students complete a course called Innovation and Knowledge Management 3 where they must conduct R20 K enterprise development projects. Like the previous course, Entrepreneurship 2, the students…

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Practical Experience Through Entrepreneurial Implementation

30 Oct 2012 in


Entrepreneurship 2 Implementation Presentations

Implementation is a component absent in most entrepreneurship business degrees around the world. However, the implementation requirement in TSiBA’s Entrepreneurship 2 class is clearly successful as project presentations demonstrated Thursday, October 19. From the Tongue Smart Catering (TSC) buffet to the displays of accessories and…

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Change Makers Celebrated and Encouraged at CPUT

18 Oct 2012 in


organisation raising awareness about human trafficking

After eating an assortment of delicious appetizers and pastries at CPUT’s Service Learning Mini Conference, I decided that I may never leave South Africa. However, the food was just one of many delightful experiences found at CPUT’s conference hosted by the…

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TSiBA Is Tops with Another Mandela Rhodes

18 Oct 2012 in

The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) is extremely proud to announce that TSiBA graduate, Thokozile Mcopele, has received the prestigious Mandela Rhodes scholarship for 2013.  Thokozile completed her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Entrepreneurial Leadership in 2012 and has her eyes set on an Honours Degree in Strategic…

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From Flying TSiBA’s Flag To FNB’s R10 000 In The Bag…

17 Oct 2012 in

It’s quite impossible to share my entire experience during the FNB Bursars workshop, but I can highlight the best of my experience.  Firstly, the aim of the workshop was based on understanding and linking our SA community and economy, as well as an overview of FirstRand Ltd.

My unknown journey…

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Ekasi’s Auspicious Start

17 Oct 2012 in


Business pitch event

The first half of most days in the TSiBA Ignition Centre(IC), Cindy Krawe’s chair is empty. To further TSiBA’s mission to “Ignite Opportunity,” Cindy goes to the Khayelitsha community each morning to teach business strategies to a class full of aspiring entrepreneurs. On the 11th of…

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A Unique Post Grad Offering For TSiBA

25 Sep 2012 in

PINELANDS, CAPE TOWN 21 September 2012

The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) specialises in developing leaders and entrepreneurs who will take South Africa forward.  TSiBA’s mission is to be an innovative learning institution that graduates entrepreneurial leaders who ignite opportunity and social change.  TSiBA noticed a gap…

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Introducing The BBA2 Students’ Book “It Starts With ME”

14 Sep 2012 in

It Starts with Me was compiled by the BBA2 students together with their Leadership and Self Development lecturer, Ruth Mattison and three professionals - writer, Jenny Ibbotson, editor Kristina Davidson and book designer, Petal Palmer. These four volunteers embody TSiBA’s Pay it Forward philosophy and demonstrate the power of intergenerational collaboration.

The students chose to…

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Ours Is a Leadership Opportunity

12 Sep 2012 in TSiBA Eden Blog

Is it just me, or do you also find the constant talk of a leadership “crisis” boring and depressing? It seems a well-worn cliché now that is no longer helpful. Use of the word crisis can serve to mobilise and rally communities of people wonderfully for a short while. But…

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TSiBA 5th Annual Curriculum Review

10 Sep 2012 in

On Wednesday 5 October the academic team met with Ian Scott, Jeff Jawitz and Kevin Williams of UCT, including Keith Long the Headmaster of Rhodes High, to debate the assumptions we make in curriculum construction. We left with some great insights which fed really well into the the theme for the curriculum review on 6…

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