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Those that excel in business all possess a number of core skills: they’re efficient, decisive and strategic. They’re able to think on their feet and take responsibility for their actions. Excellent communicators too, they find it easy to talk to and relate to just about anyone they meet.


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“I graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce in Management Marketing. I was so excited to achieve a degree from Boston because it affords me the opportunity to broaden my horizons in terms of job seeking, and this is especially beneficial as South Africa has a high unemployment rate. 


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International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor urges South Africans to be alert and take caution when travelling internationally over this festive season as countries overseas are entering the second wave of the pandemic and lockdowns may ensue. 


Tenacious and hardworking, people gravitate towards Shane for his humbling and optimistic disposition. Shane graduated from False Bay TVET College, Muizenberg Campus December 2017, with a National Diploma in Hospitality and Catering Services. While his roots are in Mitchell’s Plain, Cape Town, the world is his oyster. 


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At Boston College they offer accredited Higher Education qualifications, including their state-of-the-art Postgraduate Diploma in Management, a range of Degrees, and numerous Diplomas and Higher Certificates.  And they offer a variety of work-ready Occupational and Short Programmes which meet industry needs and are developed by industry specialists and leading professionals in their fields.


About 200 youth in the North West are set to make a difference in the provincial hospitality industry.


Tourism Deputy Minister Elizabeth Thabethe has called on young people interested in the tourism sector to approach her department for more information and for assistance in establishing their own businesses.

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