Manji Cheto ’19 Talks Leadership, Pan-Africanism and Business

Author: Tumiso Kevin Mokakangwe “I grew up at a time where it wasn't so cool to be African, I think things have changed now, and thank God for that,” said Manji Cheto '19 as she shares more about her journey into the MBA programme, her life after the programme and...
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5 Ways Young Professionals Can Stand Out

Author: Philip Mbwaya, ALUSB Marketing Coordinator In this ever-changing job market, recent graduates and young professionals need to be highly proactive in equipping themselves with the skills and mindset that employers value and search for. But what are employers...

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MBA vs. MM: 4 Key Differences

Author: Philip Mbwaya, ALUSB Marketing Coordinator As some of you might know, ALU School of Business (ALUSB) expanded its programme offers with the ALUSB Master of Management (MM)!  While both the ALUSB MBA and the ALUSB MM are designed to equip one with the skills...

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Teaching through COVID-19: A Faculty Perspective

The education sector has been profoundly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. While many of us understand what this period has been from a student’s perspective, we have not heard much about experiences from educators. In this article, Dr Zukiswa Mthimunye, Head of...

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How an MBA can benefit Law Professionals

Driven by a passion for helping people and knack for debating, Taona Wayne Nyamakura ‘21 pursued a budding career in law in Zimbabwe. He currently works at The Chambers - Advocates of Zimbabwe as an Advocate of the High Court and Supreme Court of Zimbabwe. We caught...

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