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  • UCT Graduate School of Business

    The UCT Graduate School of Business is committed to making business better. Our full colour thinking approach challenges taken for granted assumptions and practices and encourages students to do the same. With our roots in Africa, our focus is on emerging market business and our teaching and research is geared towards driving development and understanding in this context, which is characterised by high degrees of uncertainty, complexity and inequality. [more]Home to the only full-time African MBA ranked in the top 100 by the prestigious Financial Times and with full EQUIS accreditation from the European Foundation for Management Development (Europe); AMBA accreditation from the Association of MBAs (UK) and AACSB accreditation from The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (USA), the school is among the best in the world.[/more]

  • Wabona

    Wabona (Sotho for ‘You See’/’We See’ & pronounced Waa-Bo-Nah) is an online Subscription video streaming service. Wabona was started in 2011 by Simukayi Mukuna and Simbarashe Mabasha, avid Film and TV fans who struggled to distribute their own TV shows and Documentaries. Wabona provides a new and innovative distribution avenue for independent producers, filmmakers and large broadcasters. [more]Wabona delivers African Films, TV shows, Short Films and Documentaries to two primary audiences. The first being audiences living outside the African continent or the African Diaspora. The second being audiences that live across Sub-Saharan Africa. Wabona primary revenue stream is a Subscription video streaming service. Wabona will be launching an Ad-Supported service, which will be free for its audiences starting in South Africa and then expanding to the rest of Africa. Wabona has the second largest library of African online content with classic South Africa TV shows like Yizo-Yizo, Suburban Bliss and The Lab and films like Zimbabwean Box Office hit Neria.[/more]

  • Zapacab

    We are the first free mobile service in Africa that allow Passengers to find and order a Cab from the convenience of their phone. By entering their number, we detect their location and ping the closest drivers. The Passenger knows how long the driver will take to arrive, and can monitor the cab as it nears their location. We aim to remove all inefficiencies and annoyances of phoning a taxi dispatch. [more] We will also be increasing the amount of business cab drivers are receiving, and increasing their profit by reducing the amount of time spent driving around in search of clients. In future we will expand to offer mobile payment systems.[/more]

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