Alison Gaylard

Wits Business School launches new MBA in the field of Healthcare Leadership

Wits Business School (WBS) has launched a new MBA in the field of Healthcare Leadership (MBA-HL) and will welcome its first cohort in March 2024. At a virtual information session, Prof Maurice Radebe, Head and Director of WBS, said: “We have entered a new post-pandemic era in healthcare where the global quest for fair and… Read more >

Wits University’s Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment (CAPSI) and Mastercard Foundation Partner on Project Geared Towards Youth Employment Research in Africa

The Mastercard Foundation has provided support to the Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment (CAPSI) at the Wits Business School to enable vital research on knowledge and opportunities emanating from the Foundation’s Young Africa Works Strategy. The Foundation’s Young Africa Works strategy, which aims to enable 30 million young Africans to secure dignified and… Read more >

WBS Develops New Partnership with Namibia Business School

Wits Business School (WBS) has established a new partnership with the Namibia Business School (NBS), which will officially consolidate and strengthen the longstanding relationship between the University of the Witwatersrand and the University of Namibia. This institutional partnership between WBS and NBS identified a number of areas of possible collaboration that embodies all facets of… Read more >

University of The Witwatersrand | Launch of New Book: “Digitalising Operations”

A sensible “how-to” approach to digitalizing your organization’s operations Practical Case Studies in Digitalising Operations (Juta), written by Wits Business School’s Dr Pius Oba and Dr Michael Sony, is a useful handbook designed to take the mystique out of automation and digitalisation. It provides a practical perspective as to how to digitalise a company’s operations using examples… Read more >