Cape Town B-School Embraces Social Entrepreneurship

South Africa's oldest and most prestigious business school helps underprivileged students get ahead and teaches entrepreneurship for a continent in transition
Tinashe Chinyanga

Tinashe Chinyanga describes his childhood in Zimbabwe as fairly standard, working in the fields every morning before walking to school in a nearby village. But the rest of his education has been a world away from his village friends: boarding school, then a medical degree, and now the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (GSB). Education was his ticket out of an early grave, says 28-year-old Chinyanga. "Most of my peers have HIV, if they're not already dead."

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