SA Policy Uncertainty Index launch
Policy uncertainty is not a new phenomenon. Yet it is certainly featuring more prominently in the global conversation about why certain countries with clear potential are delivering lacklustre economic performance and facing diminishing growth... read more
Experts share knowledge at Fifth Cancer Symposium
The fifth successful cancer symposium was this year again presented by CANSA, the NWU Potchefstroom Business School and Wilmedpark Oncology from Klerksdorp on Saturday 25 July 2015.
The “Living with Cancer” Symposium was initiated in... read more
Business gurus say SA is not all gloom and doom
Despite widespread pessimism about South Africa’s economic prospects, the country has many positive characteristics in its favour, according to business experts at a recent event hosted by the NWU Potchefstroom Business School (NWU PBS)... read more
BEWARE OF GREEKS BEARING DEBTS? : WHERE ARE WE NOW WITH THE GREEK-EU FINANCIAL SAGA?
PROF RAYMOND PARSONS, NORTH WEST UNIVERSITY POTCHEFSTROOM BUSINESS SCHOOL, POTCHEFSTROOM
Given South Africa's own economic challenges at present, it is understandable that, for South Africans as a whole, and even for some professional... read more
NWU PBS rewards best MBA with gold and silver
Francois van Breda walked away with all the honours during the NWU Potchefstroom Business School’s MBA performance award ceremony, where he received the sought-after gold medal from Old Mutual (as the best overall achiever during the three... read more
PBS’s MBA opening a resounding success
Eskom is the greatest threat that the South African economy faces. This was the irrevocable statement made by Mr Jannie Durand, chief executive officer of Remgro, during the MBA opening of the Potchefstroom Business School (PBS) of the North-West... read more