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29/08/2017

Members of the George Business Chamber who attended the network evening hosted at the Nelson Mandela University, George Campus on 24 August were bowled over by senior students from the Business and Economic Sciences Faculty, as well as “Madibaz Diamonds” Bursars 2017 and Vice Chancellor Scholars who were invited to utilise this platform to engage the business sector.

Dr Willie Cilliers, President of the George Business Chamber and Prof Quinton Johnson, Campus Principal (fourth and fifth from the left respectively), were joined by the excited group of “Madibaz”, staff and guests during a well-attended network event hosted at the Nelson Mandela University, George Campus.  Pictured (from left to right) are Marketing lecturer, Dr Adele Potgieter, Mr Pedro Oliphant (Local Economic Development Manager at the George Municipality), Mr Roger Jacobs (Department of Education), Dr Cilliers and Prof Johnson; students Lauren Jansen, Tasneem Mall (back), Luzince de Klerk (front), Zanli Oosthuizen, Azola Bidi, Mafori Mphahlele and Phumla Maseko; BCom lecturer Ewayne le Roux (back), Chanelle le Grange (student); lecturers Arthur Peters,  Dr Marianne Doubell (Business Management), Natasha Thorne (Nelson Mandela Business School, George Campus) and Dr Takalani Ramukumba (Tourism Management).

Tourism Management students Boitumelo Mnguni (left) and Lithalethu Nqashosho were amongst the group of about twenty senior students from the Business and Economic Sciences Faculty at the Nelson Mandela University, George Campus who benefitted from attending the George Business Chamber networking evening hosted at the campus recently.