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TSiBA Dialogue: Let Your Voice Be Heard

04 Apr 2017


Dear TSiBA Friend,

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

At TSiBA we actively work towards social change.  As part of our leadership work in the communities we live in and serve, we support active citizenry and the journey (as individuals) to move from subject to citizen.
As an academic institution it is our job to support dialogue, questioning and thought leadership. This could not be truer today.

TSiBA will host a dialogue session on Friday morning 7 April at 08h30 - 10h00 to reflect and engage on the current crisis facing our country. You , your family and friends are warmly invited.

Thereafter both TSiBA’s campuses will be closed to allow each individual to engage with their interpretation of freedom of thought and speech and to use our voices/ actions as active citizens of South Africa.

Yours in Igniting Social Change,
Adri Marais
TSiBA CEO

   

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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