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The Corrosive Effects of Social Cynicism 21 September 2015

What do Donald Trump, the Arab Spring, service delivery protests and corruption have in common?

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NMMU Business School hosts Tomorrow’s Leaders 12 September 2015

Fifty members of the Columba Leadership Youth Development Programme, all of them schoolchildren, were hosted on Saturday by the NMMU Business School’s Leadership Academy. The object of their visit was to expose them to the Business School’s new “green” campus and also to plant some very early seeds about how business works and possible career choices.

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NMMU Business School Backs Plastic Bottle Cap Project 10 September 2015

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Business School has thrown its weight behind NMB Municipality’s “Plastic Bottle Cap” Project.

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Official opening of “green” NMMU Business School 31 August 2015

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University’s held the grand opening for its new Business School home on Monday, 31 August.

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Executive Education Open Days 28 August 2015

Come to speak to our Programme Coordinators and qualified staff to discover how you can invest in your future and career.

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In Search Of Happiness 31 July 2015

While most companies and individuals are searching for excellence, trying to go from good to great, or casting about for blue oceans, happiness expert, Swami Anubhavananda Saraswati from India says simply that we should “Be Happy”.

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200 Cooperatives Train to Succeed in Business 13 January 2014

Port Elizabeth - Making money while serving their communities is the goal of 200 cooperatives in Nelson Mandela Bay that receive training at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Business School's Cooperative Development Centre (CDC) in Missionvale.

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NMMU ‘green’ Business School building a first for Africa 13 January 2014

Port Elizabeth – Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University’s new R116m Business School is the first in South Africa to receive official “green” design rating accreditation for a public and education building from the Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA).

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