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Mentor Research By Romany

By Frans TSiBA Admin on 27 Nov 2011 in

Romany Grove is towards her final stages of her MBA at the Graduate School of Business here is Cape Town. She decided to undertake her thesis on the topic of mentorship.

At TSiBA all the Higher Certificate in Business Administration (HCBA) students are allocated a mentor. Kim Hickley, a TSiBA Graduate now the Student Development…

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Igniter Ignites!!!

By Frans TSiBA Admin on 11 Nov 2011 in

Do check out TSiBA’s student newsletter - link below. It is a bubbling edition of information:

Well done to the Team!

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The Support Team

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Deloitte checks TSiBA

By Frans TSiBA Admin on 11 Nov 2011 in


We welcome Deloitte to TSiBA as they are in the process of auditing TSiBA’s end of year financial year.
Basically what an auditor does is check the financial records for accuracy and that the correct funds are in the right places. They have been here since Tuesday, and compared…

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An Entrepreneurial Challenge

By Frans TSiBA Admin on 11 Nov 2011 in

An entrepreneurial challenge: Won

Seven companies, three winners, and the goal: to apply what the BBA2’s have learnt at TSiBA.
A project that the BBA2’s were given was to create a viable company that could generate profit. To do this, they were given 100 shares to be sold at R50 each to use as…

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Breakfast Networking Forum

By Frans TSiBA Admin on 11 Nov 2011 in

The Entrepreneurial Centre are having an Open Day for all their Entrepreneurs.
Sonja Hagins says: The year has gone by so fast, we are about to host our 4 th and last Breakfast Networking Forum on November 30 th for the year 2011.

The theme for this event is an Open Day: “Show n…

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Phumzile - A name to Remember in Healthcare

By Frans TSiBA Admin on 10 Nov 2011 in

At TSiBA, it seems that the Pay It forward potential is infinite. Among the many community-orientated students is Phumzile Nombila.

Phumzile is a male nurse, whose family is his biggest inspiration. His wife is also a trained nurse, and together they have three children; Lutho (18), Mnqweno (11), and…

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TSiBA Eden Second Year Students Come To The End Of Their Stay

By Frans TSiBA Admin on 08 Nov 2011 in

The second year students at TSiBA Eden are preparing themselves for their next step.  Having been on this small campus in the middle of nowhere has presented them with many learning opportunities and challenges. The group recently returned from their EDUCO course in the widerness of the Outeniqua mountains.…

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Is It Worth Staying Alive?

By Frans TSiBA Admin on 03 Nov 2011 in

If you are 21 years old, paralyzed and an orphan, with no income, no access to modern technology or books to keep your mind busy, would it really be worth staying alive?  Siyabulela Rhixana has tried to commit suicide twice, or so his social worker tells me.

Siya did have a laptop, but it was…

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