USB Executive Development (Pty) Ltd, USB-ED, is the private executive development company of Stellenbosch University. USB-ED develops and connects leaders through innovative and transformational learning experiences because they believe empowered leaders can bring about change. Their leadership and management executive development (short course) programmes are suitable for the private and public sectors and for individuals’ intent on carving their own future in business. Their programmes are presented in 14 countries across Africa and beyond. The USB holds the triple crown of international accreditations: AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.
The Ethics Institute is a non-profit, public benefit organisation, incorporated in September 1999. Our vision of “Building an ethically responsible society” is achieved by forming partnerships with the public and private sectors, and the professions. The Ethics Institute serves as a resource through our thought leadership, research, training, support, and assessment and certification activities. For more information, please refer to
Globethics.net is a worldwide ethics network based in Geneva, with an international Board of Foundation of eminent persons. It provides an electronic platform for ethical reflection and action. The aim of Globethics.net is to ensure that people in all regions of the world are empowered to reflect and act on ethical issues. In order to ensure access to knowledge resources in applied ethics, Globethics.net has developed its Globethics.net Library, the leading global digital library on ethics. Globethics.net took this initiative to ensure that persons – especially in Africa, Asia and Latin-America – have access to good quality and up to date knowledge resources.
SABSA aims not only to improve the recognition of the organisation as a representative of SA business schools with government and regulatory bodies, but also to strengthen ties with the business fraternity and the education sector as a whole. SABSA members all offer MBA or MBL programmes accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE). Twenty two member business schools are spread geographically around South Africa offering full-time, part-time, modular or executive MBA programmes. A broad range of Executive Education short courses are also offered.
The Good Governance Academy (NPC) has been established to collaborate globally with business schools, institutions and universities to share information on critical governance and business science issues as a public good, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals 17 (collaboration) and 4 (education). Amongst other related activities, the GGA holds two colloquia a year so that the best of thought leadership is imparted from, and to, educators and corporate leaders for the benefit of our future leaders. The GGA fulfills its mandate with due consideration for, and to the benefit of, the triple context within which it operates: society, the economy and the natural environment.
Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Associations (Addis Chamber), established in 1947, provides numerous business development and advocacy services to help business people start, run, and grow their businesses. It is an autonomous non-governmental, non-political, and a non-profit organization to serve the interest of the business community of Addis Ababa and its members.
Addis Chamber has been recognized for its engagement to strengthen the private sector through providing multiples of services to promote trade and investment and continued serving as a bridge between the government and the private sector. It provides a wide range of non-financial assistance to businesses in the country and plays a major role in voicing the businesses’ concerns to the government. With over 17,000 registered members, Addis Chamber is the largest and oldest chamber of commerce in Ethiopia. Being a member of the world chamber of federations, it has a prominent place among the international chamber houses.
Addis Chamber has been promoting good corporate governance and business ethics through various strategies so as to ensure sustainable and competitive businesses by establishing a responsible unit called Addis Chamber Corporate Governance Council.
The Association of African Business Schools (AABS) is the largest African association for business education. AABS was established in 2005 and now has over 50 Business Schools as members. It aims to connect, share, and inspire innovation and quality among its members and the business education community.
At ProEthics we promote professional ethics and business integrity. We empower our clients to fight dishonest business practices and prevent losses resulting from crime and irregularities, by promoting an ethical culture and responsible organisational governance
NICG was established in 2016 to pave the way for like-minded corporate governance professionals in Namibia to have a common place to develop their skills, compare experiences, impart learnings and share practices, with the ultimate aim of encouraging a high-level corporate governance culture in Namibia.