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mancosa MANCOSA is registered and accredited as a Private Higher Education Institution by the Department of Higher Education (DHET) and is a member of the Honoris United Universities.

MANCOSA is recognised or registered and accredited with various authority bodies in Africa and is also affiliated with SABSAAABSNADEOSAEFMD and the UNAI.

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International World Health Day is celebrated on 7 April. This year’s celebration comes at a time when many health systems worldwide are looking for ways to address capacity issues and funding for essential services. Mental health is becoming a growing focal point, with many asking if enough is being done to address the issue appropriately.  


Higher education institutions worldwide are currently facing a critical period in their existence. They have to redefine their value proposition to a cohort of students who are not only digital natives but have grown up in an environment where the pace of technological change is quicker than ever before while trying to maintain the core values, principles, and practices that have served them well for centuries.


Despite all the bad economic news, there are a few brighter lights on the economic horizon. Mancosa's Dr Ridwaan Asmal points out that there may be some good news for South Africans in the last quarter of the year.


World Teachers Day is celebrated on 5 October and pays homage to the teachers who have made a difference and continue to make a difference in the lives of many learners and communities. Regarded by many as a selfless profession, South African teachers face several challenges as the local education landscape faces a significant transition period.


The South African tertiary education system is currently the subject of significant scrutiny, with the future value proposition offered by its tertiary education providers taking centre stage in many household debates and family discussions. 
 


Generative AI, and technology's increased role in our daily lives, have been important narratives influencing societal development for the past ten years. However, it has been the events of the past three years - which have been shaped by a global health pandemic - that has increased the importance of this narrative.


South Africa's unemployment rate in the first quarter of 2023 was 32,9%. This places South Africa among the highest in the world and puts the gravity of the unemployment crisis into sharp perspective.


Throughout history, South Africa has been home to some of the African continent's most prominent and innovative entrepreneurs. However, like many other global markets, South Africa is currently facing a challenging economic environment. 


As we approach the second half of the year, the excitement starts to build up at tertiary institutions as they prepare for their Mid-Year Graduation Ceremonies.


Rorschach Innovation Services, a company headed up by MANCOSA alumni Niall Naidoo, has won the recently held pan-African Honoris at Harvard Entrepreneurship Competition. Naidoo will be jetting off to Harvard University in the USA on 22 March to participate in the Africa Business Conference 2023.







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