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TSiBA Cycling Club Motto: Go Green or Go Home!

21 Sep 2016

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“Go green or go home” is the slogan for TSiBA’s newest club: TSiBA Cycling. At TSiBA’s second campus in Eden, a successful cycling club was started in 2014 and consisted of 27 avid cyclists (all TSiBA students) who trained together, learned about…

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TSiBA Eden Graduation Ceremony

21 Sep 2016

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Saturday 20th of August saw TSiBA Eden Campus celebrating its Higher Certificate and Certificate in Practical Business Administration graduates in style at our annual graduation ceremony.

It was a beautiful sunny day and the ceremony was very well attended by family…

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Dreams come true for TSiBA Graduate Class of 2016

27 Aug 2016

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TSiBA Graduates come from diverse backgrounds all over the country, but are united by their determination to study despite financial and personal challenges. TSiBA is a unique non-profit business school founded in 2004 which awards scholarships to young people with potential…

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Campus Open Day

23 Jun 2016

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It is an unfortunate reality that during Youth Month, while we remember the sacrifice of young people in 1976 standing up for the right to be educated, South African youth are once again protesting in order to create a better future.…

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TSiBA business scholarships ignite the light at the end of the tunnel

15 Jun 2016

It is an unfortunate reality that during Youth Month, while we remember the sacrifice of young people in 1976 standing up for the right to be educated, South African youth are once again protesting in order to create a better future. Over twenty years into…

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Path to Financial Sustainability for Non-Profits

09 Jun 2016

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TSiBA, in partnership with the Deutsche Bank South Africa (Foundation), is scheduling their second programme supporting NGO’s through the journey to financial sustainability.
This is a fresh approach to leaders of NGO’s who are committed to lead their organisations on…

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TrailFun run

31 May 2016

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Date: Saturday 18 June 2016
Venue: D’Aria Winery, Durbanville
Tel: 021 801-7662
Website: http://www.dariawinery.co.za

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Donations Provide University Student Accommodation

03 Mar 2016

Affording just the tuition fees for higher learning is a challenge that faces most students; the matter of accommodation is a far greater obstacle that needs to be overcome.

For six university scholarship students from the Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) accommodation is no…

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Ten student’s lives change for the better

29 Feb 2016

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Student accommodation at South African Universities has reached crisis point. This leaves students at risk of being financially exploited by landlords, as well as exposing them to various risks. Because of a generous matriarch and her daughters sponsoring a new student residence…

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Tertiary Scholarships Ignite Opportunity for SA Youth

17 Feb 2016

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“Inclusive, good-quality education is a foundation for dynamic and equitable societies” Arch D.Tutu

There is a gaping need in South Africa for free, sustainable education which is certainly not a new phenomenon. The harsh reality in South Africa is that not everyone…

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