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Covid-19: Education's moment of enlightenmentHere is a question: You have two options presented to you right now; live or learn. Which one do you choose? 18 May 2020 Read more

Announcement of chief executive officer - Dr Riedwaan KimmieFollowing an extensive and thorough recruitment and selection process, it is with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Dr Riedwaan (Rudi) Kimmie as the new chief executive officer of TSIBA Business School, registered as TSIBA Education NPC. Dr Kimmie will assume the role from 1 May 2020 following a full hand-over from our current interim CEO Professor Kobus Visser. 8 Apr 2020 Read more

#Covid-19: TSIBA's response to the new educational realityDisruptive innovation is the hallmark of the digital economy. But we did not expect its acceleration to be forced upon us through an invisible, viral contagion such as the coronavirus Covid-19! 7 Apr 2020 Read more

TSIBA Business School is still accepting students for 2020 and offering scholarshipsWith most education institutions closing applications at the end of this month, what happens to the thousands of students with Bachelor Pass matrics whose dreams rely on a place at university for a bright future? 13 Dec 2019 Read more

Is South Africa's economic challenge moving the country into a debt trap?South Africa's economy is in a precarious state, judging from Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni's 2019 Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBS). The Finance Minister presented a dire view of the South Africa economy which is characterised by excessive government spending, the collective impact from load shedding, weak investments and slow growth in most sectors of the economy. The country's expenditure is way over revenue income, the national debt is bulging and there are no prospects of international respite because of a slowdown in the global economy, mainly driven by the China-US trade wars and the uncertainty of Brexit. 3 Dec 2019 Read more

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Physical Address: Mupine College, 307 Forest Drive Extension, Pinelands, Cape Town, 7405

TSIBA Education trading as TSIBA Business School is registered as a non-profit and public benefit organization with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997. (Registration certificate no. 2007/HE08/001)