Chapter 4:
Value adding activitites

Honoris value creation for impact

Our value creation process depicts how we use our inputs to create value adding activities to deliver value and make a lasting lasing, sustainable impact for our stakeholders


The resources we use and rely on as enablers to create value


Our value adding activities


The value delivered

  • Revenue generated through tuition and fees charged to students
  • Funds received in the form of grants/contracts
Manufactured Capital
  • 14 leading institutions, including multi-disciplinary universities
  • 70+ Campuses
  • 420 + Degree Courses campus-based or in distance learning
Intellectual Capital
  • Innovative learning and teaching
  • Strong international brand
  • Strong academic excellence
  • Collaborative intelligence between leading institutions across the continent
  • Developing skills required for the 21st century to drive thought leadership for a sustainable future
Human Capital
  • An innovative and inclusive work and study environment where all can fully participate and achieve personal and professional goals
  • 3,500+ Teachers
Social and Relationship Capital
  • 190+ Academic partnerships with Universities in Europe and the United States
  • 160+ Partnerships with blue chip employers
Natural Capital
  • Conducting business in an environmentally responsible manner
  • Water, fuel and electricity usage
  • Climate change curriculums
Transformative Impact

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  • 3% of revenue dedicated to scholarships in FY 2020 and FY 2021
  • +1,000 scholarships and bursaries were awarded in 2021
Manufactured Capital
  • 36+ MUSD investment to generate growth (facilities, infrastructure and teaching)
  • 38 new programs developed
  • 8 new career centers including a flagship in Tunisia
Intellectual Capital
  • +80 recognition/awards
  • 10,000+ students enrolled in the 21st century skills certificate
  • Pilots in new academic models, 250 staff and faculty involved
  • 3.4 MUSD investment in digitization and digitalization
  • High rate of student success (average pass rate of 83%)
  • 1/5 students in private Higher Education in Honoris’ markets attend a Honoris institution
  • Exploring tech-rich academic models and learning systems +500 students involved
Human Capital
  • Staff Interventions: 3,500 staff trained on the code of conduct
  • Preparing teachers for the 21st century (Reimagine Education Program developed)
  • Actis mentorship program – 3 Honoris female leaders mentored by Actis top managers
  • 90%+ employee retention rate despite the COVID-19 pandemic
Social and Relationship Capital
  • +61,000 students
  • 100,000 Alumni
  • 89% of working adults and 70% of school leavers employed within 6 months of graduating
  • Positive results achieved through 190 partnerships with universities, institutions
  • 160+ partnerships with employers
  • Sound stakeholder engagement – expectations met
  • REGENT Business School: level 1 BBBEE status
  • MANCOSA: level 6 BBBEE status
  • +1,000 scholarships and bursaries
  • Promoting women leadership and entrepreneurship
  • Improving young people’s access to education
  • Various CSI (60, 000 books donated and 167 mobile libraries)
Natural Capital
  • Conscious efforts to reduce water, fuel and electricity usage
  • Formalised approach to reduce carbon footprint
  • Mauritius campus is energy self-sustainable
  • Morocco – design and construction of a sustainable, autonomous, smart and 100% solar building, participation in the Solar Decathlon Africa competition
  • Recycling and limited printing, photovoltaic panels using sunlight as a source of energy to generate electricity
  • Installation of sensors to control energy consumption
  • Actions on water points to limit water consumption
  • Environmental seminars
  • Participation in environmental projects
  • Promoting environmental consideration within engineering and architecture (renewable energy/efficiency/sustainable development)


  • Transforming lives of learners for lifetime success across the continent
  • Transforming lives beyond Honoris graduates through a shared vision
  • Increasing employment opportunities by equipping students with the requisite skills and knowledge relevant for the 21st century
  • Economic prosperity
  • Building a stable and prosperous future for Africa
  • Making a positive contribution to a sustainable future through alignment to prioritized UN 2030 sustainable development goals
  • Making a positive contribution to women empowerment through dedicated leadership and entrepreneurship programs
  • Providing relevant and sustainable education models to make a transformative impact on the African continent
  • Building capacity in teacher education to narrow the gap of skilled teachers required to meet the demand