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2015-16 Emerald/AABS Case Study Competition

Emerald and the Association of African Business Schools (AABS) are delighted to announce the launch of the 2015-2016 Emerald/AABS Case Study Competition. The aim of the competition is to encourage and promote the development of high-quality teaching case material derived from real life situations in Africa.


When Sound Knowledge, Solid Networking Find Success…

Twenty-four years ago, Lagos Business School (LBS) was a small institution in the Lagos metropolis offering management courses relevant to the Nigerian environment. Today, it is ranked by the Financial Times of London among globally renowned business schools in open enrolment and custom executive education.


WBS AABS Case Studies Access Agreement

AABS is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with the Wits Business School Case Centre aimed at encouraging the exploration and use of the case teaching method in African business schools.


AABS Accreditation for African Business Schools – a new focus on impact

In July 2015, the Association for African Business Schools announced that it will be launching an all-African accreditation process that will take African business school education into the future, where impact will matters. as much as income. 



Bloomberg Media Initiative Africa gets major boost

Johannesburg, South Africa, 25 June 2015: The Bloomberg Media Initiative Africa (BMIA) Executive Training Program has been given a major boost. Bloomberg has offered all participants free access to the exclusive Bloomberg Terminal, a software system that provides messaging, security data, analytics and news to more than 300,000 professional market participants around the world, for a six month period. 


GIBS Enterprise Development Academy recognised for Most Innovative Training Programme

The Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) Enterprise Development Academy (EDA) was awarded “Most Innovative Training Programme” for the NHBRC GIBS Women Empowerment Programme at the Women in Construction Awards, held on the 13th of May at the Sandton Convention Centre. The awards, now in their third year, celebrate women excellence in various categories related to the construction sector on the continent.


GIBS remains in its top spot as the number one African and South African Business School for Executive Education

The University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) has once again come out tops as the only African and South African business school to be ranked as one of the top providers of executive education programmes – this is according to the prestigious annual UK Financial Times (FT) Executive Education rankings announced today.

Ranked at number 44, this ranking puts GIBS in the esteemed company of some of the world’s most prominent business schools such as Harvard Business School, University of Oxford: Saïd and MIT: Sloan.


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Regent Business School to launch an entrepreneurship hub and adopts a new campus habitus in anticipation

Numerous academic and press articles, coupled with the decline of long-established industries, the global financial crisis, and high rates of unemployment worldwide have combined to play a significant role in an attitudinal change towards a phenomenon that has existed and which has been central to our existence, our psyche, our wealth accumulation, and indeed, our collective survival since time immemorial. The phenomenon is called Entrepreneurship.


Géofinance conventionnelle et géo-finance islamique : une lecture de la différence

Conventional geofinance vs Islamic geofinance : intepreting the difference

Conventional finance has been the mainstream in global economy since at least the advent of capitalism. It has thrived for decades in the world as an exclusive monitoring tool of financial activity. For several years, it has been under growing strain and is now tending to show its limits. In the meantime and in some parts of the world, Islamic finance (also called ethical finance) has been gaining ground due to its effectiveness and its ability to underpin economic activity both dynamic and complex.

It was circumscribed in some Muslim countries but has lately been successfully introduced in other countries more secular and far more open to the classical liberal model.



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