Two students from UCT have designed South Africa’s first systemic risk ranking – which outlines what could happen in a financial crisis and identifies who is putting the system most at risk, and why.
The UCT Graduate School of Business has teamed up with key industry stakeholders to offer several bursaries for its Business of Wine short course this May.
For the ninth consecutive year, the University of Cape Town (UCT) Graduate School of Business (GSB) has been ranked as the best business school in Africa by Eduniversal – an international education rating agency.
As South Africa battles with an electricity crisis, independent power suppliers have offered Eskom some solutions to keep the lights on.Generator manufacturers and power barge experts (ships that produce electricity) say they have the answers to help the embattled power utility.
The city council unveiled its Transport for Cape Town mobile app yesterday, saying it was the first in Africa to merge the timetables, stops and stations of all scheduled public transport services.
“Lend a hand, Change a Life.” That is the motto of Life Changers Foundation, a Cape Town-based non-profit organisation dedicated to getting people substance-free, self- sustainable, skilled, educated and reconciled with families to become role models to a society that once rejected them.
Business complexity is on the increase in South Africa, according to KPMG’s Confronting Complexity South Africa report. To gain competitive advantage, companies should be investing in leaders who thrive in this new environment.
The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business has risen to 59th place in the prestigious annual Financial Times MBA ranking, the premier ranking for business schools worldwide.
The Inclusive Innovation Healthcare Summit, one of the first official events on the World Design Capital 2014 calendar, gets under way this week and will be looking to generate creative and inclusive solutions that cut across disciplines and sectors in order to improve SA’s ailing healthcare sector.