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Regent Business School pays tribute to healthcare workers with limited study offerIn the run up to World Health Day on 7 April 2021, and as a token of gratitude to South Africa's healthcare fraternity, Regent Business School*, a member of Honoris United Universities**, has halved the cost of its Higher Certificate in Healthcare Services Management (HCHSM). The offer on the NQF 5 qualification applies to healthcare professionals, executives and admin teams who have worked tirelessly and selflessly on the frontlines and behind the scenes to save lives during the Covid-19 pandemic. 17 Mar 2021 Read more

The Covid crisis can facilitate entrepreneurs of the futureLast year, President Cyril Ramaphosa presented the South African Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan, which aimed to expedite the recovery of the country's economy; severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. In particular, he referred to the support for entrepreneurship and small business development. He believed that this specific sector of the economy offered the greatest untapped potential for growth, employment and fundamental economic transformation. 18 Jan 2021 Read more

Adapting marketing to the post-Covid: The new normal2020 has been a tumultuous year and the Covid-19 pandemic has drastically impacted all spheres of life. As governments across the world deliberate, escalate and de-escalate lockdown strategies, businesses have been forced to adapt to a new reality. In South Africa we have fared better than most and are currently in lockdown Level 1, however, we are constantly reminded that the coronavirus is going to be around and the threat of a resurgence in infections will continue for the foreseeable future and it is unlikely that business will return to as 'usual'. 8 Jan 2021 Read more

Death of Professor Yusuf KarodiaIt is with a profound sense of loss and sadness that we inform you of the death of our founder, Professor Yusuf Karodia. 24 Dec 2020 Read more

Makerspaces: Equipping students with skills for employability in the 21st centuryWe are in the cusp of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) which is replete with major disruptions in almost every aspect of our lives and in this respect education is no exception. Whilst the corporate sector is busying itself in preparation of the new headwinds through innovations in robotics, automation and big data analytics, the higher education sector is seemingly lagging behind in preparation of our students for employability in the new world of work, spawned by the processes of digitisation and digital transformation. 21 Dec 2020 Read more


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