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Education Inequality - Open Letter To President Jacob Zuma

01 Mar 2012 in

We, TSiBA students, are writing this letter to inform you, as
President about our view of unequal education in South Africa. We feel that
government should be more involved.

Even after 18 years there is still inequality in terms of
education amongst South Africa. Some public schools are lacking resources while

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1st Quarterly Breakfast Networking Forum - Noor Parker’s Journey

23 Feb 2012 in

Our First Quarterly Breakfast Networking Forum was a complete success! Fifty local entrepreneurs and small business owners attended to hear Noor Parker’s inspirational story. Our theme for this breakfast was “The Journey of an Entrepreneur,” and Noor’s story is most certainly a journey.

Parker is a small man, standing at a mere 5 feet 3…

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Are You In The Right Business?

17 Feb 2012 in

One of the most difficult aspects of starting a business is determining the right business to run with. Many entrepreneurs make the mistake of trying to do everything - from cleaning services to construction to painting to selling electronic equipment and beyond. The key to running a successful business…

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Banking On Our Future - A new Course At The Ignition Centre!

06 Feb 2012 in

On the 24th of January the Ignition Centre ran a special course on personal financial literacy called “Banking on Our Future.” This course was brought to us by Operation HOPE, a non-profit organization dedicated to financial literacy and economic empowerment in the US, Haiti, and South Africa.

The course was attended by 15 local entrepreneurs,…

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The Art of Business Plans continued…

30 Jan 2012 in

There’s no sugar coating it; starting a business is extremely hard work. There are a number of obstacles an entrepreneur faces from attracting customers, to managing their finances, to securing necessary resources and partnerships, to the uncontrollable events which interrupt our lives. It is very easy to become overwhelmed and forget important aspects of your…

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Thobela Mfeti Is A Star

16 Dec 2011 in

Thobela Mfeti a TSiBA Graduate Alumni has recently been on Taxi. The Taxi is an online radio station spearheaded by entertainer and talk show host Soli Philander. This mode of news in increasingly becoming popular with social media gaining popularity amongst many younger people.
She was interviewed as she had just become the 4th…

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Mentor Research By Romany

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!!!

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

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

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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