12 , 2020
One of a kind Online Programme in the Essentials for Grant-making to be presented in May 2021
In May 2021, Enterprises University of Pretoria (Enterprises UP) together with the Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria (UP) will officially present one of a kind Online Programme in the Essentials for Grant-making, which aims to assist grant-makers to navigate through the complex process of grant-making that requires cautious thinking and decision making.
11 , 2020
Unpacking ways to promote and protect investments in Africa.
For many years the African continent has been presented with countless opportunities from potential investors around the world, which have equally exposed Africa to potential risks. However, the increasing interest in the continent has required much needed mechanisms that will unpack the fundamentals of protecting investments in Africa going forward.
11 , 2020
Enterprises UP Partakes in Empowering TVET Students in Hydrogen Fuel Cell Systems
In partnership with the University of Pretoria (UP), Bambili Energy, the Department of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, and the Energy & Water Sector Education Training Authority (EWSETA), Enterprises University of Pretoria (Enterprises UP) will in the coming weeks train Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college graduates in hydrogen fuel cell systems.
10 , 2020
A successful year for the Department of Mining Engineering, University of Pretoria
The Department of Mining Engineering, University of Pretoria (UP) recently released their 2019/2020 Annual Review.
9 , 2020
Enterprises UP participates in Africa's biggest online supply chain conference
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has severely affected the livelihoods of many, as well as the economy. This economic instability has sparked numerous conversations and views about the future of industries going forward. It has required businesses to be agile and responsive to the current disruption.
9 , 2020
Helping businesses navigate through today’s challenging economic environment
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought disruptions and devastating impact on the South African economy with several businesses reeling from the effects of this pandemic. The South African and global economy has taken an unexpected turn and this has had dire consequences on businesses.