Delays in setting up a business school at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) are not dampening the enthusiasm of Fulu Netswera, who is tasked with making it happen.

Netswera, dean of the university’s faculty of management sciences, was previously director of the Potchefstroom-based, internationally accredited business school at North-West University. He moved to DUT, based in Greyville, in January after being asked to create a business school...

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