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New appointments have brought ‘feisty’ edge to business schools dialogue.

SA business schools can work together to raise the international profile of their sector, says Randall Jonas, chair of the SA Business Schools Association (Sabsa).

Schools from the US, UK, France, Spain and Australia, among others, have a pronounced presence in many countries. SA’s influence, despite having several internationally accredited schools and some reach in Africa, is less pronounced.

Jonas, director of the Nelson Mandela University Business School, says: “As a collective, Sabsa would like to help our schools create a situation where SA has the same status as other countries and we can go knocking on doors around the world.”

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