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You are cordially invited to the Management, Business, Administration and Legal Initiatives (MBALI) 2016 Conference to be held in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The 6th, 7th and 8th July 2016 will be the days to remember if you are privileged enough to be at the inaugural international conference held by the University of Zululand’s Faculty of Commerce, Administration and Law. We are all extremely excited about this event as it finally brings to fruition all that we have tried to accomplish in terms of the proliferation of research within our faculty. The University of Zululand is a rural-based University situated in the heartland of Zululand, where the internationally renowned Zulu nation emanates from. This conference which is themed: Management, Business, Administration and Legal Initiatives or MBALI is the beginning of great things for our faculty and the University community.
It is envisaged that many consecutive conferences will follow, each with a relevant and contemporary theme. We are expecting an intellectually stimulating, thought-provoking and highly interactive event given the local and global groundswell of research endeavours. The event promises to provide academic stimulation for academics from around the globe, all presenting their research papers on varied topics of interest. However, we all know what all work and no play does, therefore how could it be that you can come to the Kingdom of the Zulus and not have the Zululand experience? With this in mind there will a game-drive where all delegates will have the opportunity to check out Africa’s Big Five at a popular game reserve. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for those who have never witnessed, through the naked eye, Africa’s majestic creatures great and small. This will be an exciting occasion indeed. We at the faculty await your arrival with great anticipation of an extremely successful event for all.
Management, Business, Administration and Legal Initiatives (MBALI): Represents the diversity of interests within the Faculty of Commerce, Administration and Law. It is hoped that by having a broadened theme structure that we can attract academics from different spheres of knowledge generation. This is an inclusive event and purposely so.
The sub-themes for the event will include research papers with contemporary interests in:
• Business Management
• Human Resources
• Public Administration/Management AND