One of South Africa’s top economic minds, Goolam Ballim, kept the audience mentally on their toes in an interactive debate on President Ramaphosa’s turnaround strategy for the country. The evening was a key event in REGENT Business School’s Critical Conversations series.
Honoris announces the official launch of the MANCOSA School of Education in South Africa, designed to meet the education and training needs of aspiring teachers and education professionals within the continent.
University World News – July 12th, 2019
During the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, the Council and Foundation for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Honoris United Universities, the first private pan-African higher education network, to increase participation and to promote research in natural sciences and economics across Africa.
In July, Honoris signed an agreement with The Council and Foundation for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings that will allow a delegation of the brightest African researchers in economics and the natural sciences to attend the prestigious annual gatherings held in Germany. The meetings offer delegates exposure to more than 50 of the most brilliant minds on the planet, all Nobel Laureates, as well as hundreds of other outstanding young scientists from 89 countries.
A glimpse into Africa’s universities and business schools of the future: Q&A with Prof. Zaheer Hamid
How we made it in Africa – July 2nd, 2019