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US foreign and trade policy developments risk for SA economy 08 March 2017

Professor Ashish K Vaidya during a panel discussion at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Business School’s Strategic Conversations Changing global business conditions: Decisions affecting economies around the world.

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New study examines triple bottom line sustainability through conscious corporate governance 16 February 2017

Port Elizabeth, 15 February 2017 - The research findings of a new study undertaken by Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) Business School which examined conscious corporate governance has delivered fascinating results on the future sustainability of companies.

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Accreditation and top ranking for NMMU Business School 09 February 2017

The NMMU Business School today announced that its flagship MBA programme received prestigious international accreditation by AMBA; and also that the school secured a top position through the Eduniversal international business school rankings for South Africa.

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2016/17 Eduniversal Rankings Released 25 January 2017

January 2017 – Eduniversal released its ranking results in the second week of January 2017. The results again highlighted the quality of the NMMU Business School MBA programme.

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Dr Randall Jonas appointed NMMU Business School Director 12 January 2017

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University is pleased to welcome Dr Randall Jonas on board as the new Business School Director.

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Dr Randall Jonas: New NMMU Business School Director 11 January 2017

We are delighted to welcome Dr Randall Jonas on board as the new NMMU Business School Director. Dr Jonas brings with him a wealth of business and education experience, and we look forward to working with him.

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NMMU Business School‘s MBA accredited by AMBA 15 December 2016

NMMU Business School’s Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) was recently accredited by the international Association of MBAs (AMBA) after a rigorous year-long accreditation process.

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One month in China 12 December 2016

The 2016 Port and Shipping Talent Advanced Training Programme started on the 5th of September at the Shanghai Maritime University’s (SMU) Shanghai Advanced Institute of International Shipping. Thirty trainees from seven countries, namely Sri Lanka, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Togo, Tanzania, South Africa and Kenya attended the one month professional training programme. The programme was sponsored by the China Merchants Charitable Foundation (CMCF), China Merchants Port Holdings (CMPort) and organised by the “China Merchants C Blue Training Programme” Charitable project. The Graduate School’s Ms Nomtha Hadi represented NMMU on the programme.

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