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Born Free

By Sandi Sher on 31 May 2013 in


By Achmat Kazie, TSiBA Financial Manager

I vaguely remember the morning of 11 February 1990 except that all the adults around me at the time were fixated on the television for most of day. Living in Mitchell’s Plain, many people did not have a television set and close…

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TSiBA Entrepreneurship 2 students making memories

By admin on 28 May 2013 in

BluPrint Memories is group of BBA-2 students that formed in 2013. Our entrepreneurship project is selling decorative tile crafts for special occasions such as birthdays, child births, thank you tiles, etc. We even personalise tiles with pictures and special phrases or poems.

Taking the business skills we have learned over…

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Our School and Coping with Life

By admin on 27 May 2013 in

Written by: Dorothea Hendricks

Dear Students
University students all over the world have challenges - including the reality that for most students, being overstretched and broke are simply part of the privilege of studying. 
However, I want to have a boast moment please.  My suspicion…

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Computers for Kylemore-A very special collaborative project

By admin on 26 May 2013 in

Article by: Linda Brash


On Monday, 13 May, Kylemore Secondary School received ten computers for their brand new library.  This is the very first library to be created in the rural village of Kylemore and has been set up at the high school through Imbali…

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TSiBA Entrepreneur ‘Tycoon’ Luyanda

By Sandi Sher on 23 May 2013 in

Luyanda Gysman, who calls himself a new Tycoon, started this business alone without any Capital, no soap, and no customers. This amazing young self-employed student started this Car Wash business as means to cover his transport traveling expenses and food. He sooner realized this business as more than just what…

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TSiBA Eden Easter Soccer Tournament

By admin on 21 May 2013 in

This happened in a place called Hoekwil there were 8 teams who were in the tournament and we played group stages for the first day. The games ended at ten at night and we came back tired, had to travel after the games and others had injuries and we got…

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Masifunde- TSiBA Education’s final year students encouraging reading in eKasi

By Sandi Sher on 03 May 2013 in

Article by: Brian Williams

Its Friday noon and the day is blossoming with the Autumn season sun. Students from the Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) are running up and down the TSiBA Cape Town campus Mupine Building preparing the final classroom setting, refreshments and making final confirmation calls to…

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