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The Igniter is the official student newspaper; it was established in 2008 by BBA 1 and 2 students with the help of Sunny Wright, an intern from the United States, and Beverley Basson, the current faculty advisor and Relationships Manager at TSiBA.

The vision of the Igniter is to create an institution of students that are well informed about current issues and are inspired to speak out. The Igniter is looking at maintaining its consistency in releasing inspiring and informative issues each month.

It has managed to partner with people from the corporate world of business to ensure that the calibre and standard of the newspaper is outstanding. The editorial team is dedicated and hard working, and learning in the process, to ensure that an issue is published each month. This team is very excited about the success of The Igniter and its future endeavors.

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The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) was founded in 2004 with a vision to “Ignite Opportunity”.  Our mission is to be an innovative learning community that graduates entrepreneurial leaders who ignite opportunity and social change.

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Swimming to Ignite Opportunity! - 19 Apr 2017

Team TSiBA will Escape Robben Island (7.5km, no wetsuits!) and swim to Ignite Opportunty in April 2017 -  fundraising for a full student scholarship!

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TSiBA Dialogue: Let Your Voice Be Heard - 04 Apr 2017

Through our leadership work we support active citizenry. Move from Subject to Citizen. Let Your Voice Be Heard on Friday 7 April 2017.

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Farewell and Peace Ahmed Kathrada - 28 Mar 2017

As most of you will know, Ahmed Kathrada, one of South Africa’s greatest struggle heroes passed away. Not many will know that he was a regular visitor to TSiBA and from 2009 until 2011 the absolute highlight of the TSiBA- USA Northeastern Programme.

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