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Henley Africa achieves Level 1 B-BBEE statusHenley Business School Africa has become the first leading business school in South Africa to achieve Level 1 B-BBEE. Announcing the achievement, Henley Africa dean and director Jon Foster-Pedley, said it was even more remarkable since the business school had achieved this in the space of a year in the middle of a national state of emergency. This now means that Henley's clients can claim 135% of their spend with Henley Africa as B-BBEE procurement recognition. 20 Dec 2021 Read more

Henley Africa declares Day of Remembrance to remember the victims of the Covid-19 pandemicHenley Business School Africa has declared Friday, 17 December 2021, the day after South Africa's Day of Reconciliation, a Henley Africa Day of Remembrance to remember the victims of the Covid-19 pandemic and the price everyone has had to pay. 17 Dec 2021 Read more

Henley Africa's playbook for strategySo many strategies look great on paper but then get lost in translation when it comes to implementation. Companies have never been able to afford this, but now they can afford it even less as they deal with a post-pandemic world. 8 Dec 2021 Read more

Henley Africa kicks off with graduation celebration ceremoniesHenley Business School Africa has set off on a three-week programme of graduations - conducted virtually for a second year in a row, because of the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions. 17 Nov 2021 Read more

Telemedicine throws a lifeline to patients and healthcare practitioners during Covid-19Healthcare practitioners and their patients have been hard hit by the crisis in healthcare caused by Covid-19. With hospitals bursting at their seams with sick Coronavirus patients and a lack of essential supplies to treat patients - exacerbated by the past unrest in South Africa - many patients who would typically go to a hospital or seek the services of a healthcare professional have chosen to stay home and self-manage their ailments for fear of contracting the virus. Furthermore, many who have contracted the virus are also at home as pathways to accessing medical care have become far more challenging in the current environment. 16 Sep 2021 Read more

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