Some Considerations on the Future of Non-residential Private Higher Education Insititutions in South Africa

By Liezle Froneman, Nic Lessing and Kobus Malan.

Published by The Learner Collection

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Addresses the need for African countries to craft a new approach towards the establishment of a culture of distance learning in a global environment.

International Journal of Learning, Volume 8. Article: Print (Spiral Bound), ISBN: 186335350X. Article: Electronic (PDF File; 149.703KB), ISBN: 1863353518.

Liezle Froneman

Liezle Froneman is actively involved in a wide range of academic activities. She is programme manager for a private college where she has implemented five B Com-programmes. She is also a part-time lecturer for a number of other private and public institutions. She is currently doing a D Com at RAU.

Prof. Nic Lessing

Professor Nic Lessing (D Com) is experienced in the business world, having served various industries in different capacities. He subsequently joined the Rand Afrikaans University, where he is now Professor in Business Management. His areas of teaching and research interests include business teaching using the case method and computerised simulation models. He is member of the Executive Committee of the Southern Africa Case Research Association.

Dr Kobus Malan

Dr Kobus Malan has extensive experience in business management, and served on several Boards of Directors throughout his career. He is currently dean of Business at Azaliah College, Johannesburg, and also serves in the faculties of Azaliah University, Albuquerque, USA and Azaliah College of Open Learning, Gent, Belgium.


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