Digital technologies may be the solution to the declining economic growth, high rate of unemployment, poverty, and income inequality in the Eastern Cape...

As one of the largest institutions in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro, Nelson Mandela University is part of the city-wide efforts to save water and avert the impending Day Zero as far as possible.

It is a massive concern that the official unemployment rate among people aged 15 to 34 in the fourth quarter of 2020 was 46%. 

Reasons to be Proud - #R2bP: Second year BComm student, Ndivhuwo Malange, has been named winner of the Undergraduate Category in the Nedbank & Old Mutual Budget Speech competition.

Reasons to be Proud - #R2bP: Economics students, Ndivhuwo Malange and Lehlohonolo Domela, have been selected as two of the Top 20 finalists in the Nedbank & Old Mutual Budget Speech competition.

Three Nelson Mandela University academics have been awarded NRF/FRF Black Academics Advancement Programme (BAAP) grants for 2021.

ICMEBM 2020 : XIV. International Conference on Marine Economics and Business Management,  Tokyo, Japan: 3-4 DECEMBER 2020