New Intake to MiniBoss Business School (Harvard for Kids)

September 15, 2022


From January 2023 will be opened the 1st branch of MINIBOSS BUSINESS SCHOOL in Africa!
The first branch is launched in Johannesburg, RSA!
Congratulations to the new partner Wendy Blessing!

Really the great news!

What this discovery will bring to Africa, we know for sure:

1. Improving the quality of education
As you know, education is a "food for the mind", and if the children of Africa receive new high-quality "mental nutrition", then this will benefit the whole "organism" in the matter of common survival. MiniBoss programmes are so powerful, they are able to create the future Steve Jobs or Jeff Bezos from an ordinary child of average abilities.
The power of MINIBOSS Programme for kids and teens aged 6-17!

2. Improving the convenience in learning
Classes on Saturdays or online make this model available to any family: no matter what school he/she attends on weekdays, if you are a leader, you will study at MiniBoss on Saturdays to prepare your successful future here.
A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE starts from childhood!

3. The real implementation of the mission in business - common wealth
South Africa has experienced many difficult times in its development, but now the issue of creating a new powerful economic growth in the country is intensified by the business education for children, the creation of a new generation of creative entrepreneurs!
MiniBosses are real core of changes, real engine for Common Wealth!

4. Access to innovation
If you live far away in Africa, then many innovations located in other countries may not be available to you. African children's access to the most prestigious and strongest education guaranteed to make them successful entrepreneurs is a major win for Africa. And the first Business School will be opened on the territory of Johannesburg!
Study LOCALLY, earn money GLOBALLY!

5. International Diploma
Studying at home in South Africa, the children of Africa will receive the MBBS UK International Diploma, which will open the doors for them to the best universities of the world and to a bright successful life!

Register your child on time and in advance!
Only 100 places for the first year of study!
New Admissions starts from November 1!

ТОР-10 facts about RSA

Africa is home to incredible wildlife and game reserves. On top of all of this, you can discover cosmopolitan cities and quaint seaside towns. Or, drive through breathtaking mountain passes and travel along dusty, desert roads. 

South Africa is a diverse, fascinating and fun-filled African holiday destination! We have put together 10 interesting facts that may surprise you about this magnificent country.

Many people may recognize widely-known tidbits about South Africa; such as the first democratic president and freedom fighter Nelson Mandela or the fact that the country hosted the FIFA Soccer World Cup in 2010. But, there is so much more to discover! Did you know that South Africa is the only country other than England to host the soccer, rugby (1995) and cricket (2003) world cups? Read on to discover 10 surprising facts about South Africa!

1. South Africa has 11 official languages

The Rainbow Nation is home to diverse cultures and 11 official languages!
South Africa is known as the “Rainbow Nation” thanks to its mix of cultures across the country. The status of being a cultural “melting pot” is evident in the fact that South Africa has a whopping 11 official languages: English, Afrikaans, isiZulu, isiXhosa, IsiNdebele, Sesotho, Northern Sotho, Setswana, SiSwati, Tshivenda, Xitsonga. Most South Africans speak more than one national language. 

Did you know? South Africa celebrates its annual Heritage Day on 24 September. On this day, South Africans get together to celebrate their diverse cultures, traditions and beliefs. You'll most likely find people enjoying a braai (barbecue) and dressed in traditional garb.

2. It's a wildlife wonderland out there!

A South African safari is the ultimate bucket-list experience!
While the country only covers 1% of the Earth’s land surface, South Africa boasts 10% of the world’s bird, fish and plant species as well as 6% of its mammal and reptile species!
Lions, elephants and giraffes may not roam the city streets, but nature and animals are never too far away in South Africa. From vervet monkeys swinging through tree-lined streets in the suburbs and baboons frolicking around Cape Point to seals visiting the Hout Bay harbor in search of a fishy snack and an array of bird species taking to the sky at any given moment. Wildlife is all around!

The waters surrounding the 2,500km long coastline are teeming with life. You'll find great white sharks, African penguins, dolphins and much much more in South Africa's oceans. Many travelers visit the coast to watch the annual whale migrations. In Hermanus, in the Western Cape, you can see hundreds of whales from June to late November. Simon's Town, another coastal Western Cape town, is home to Boulder's Beach. Here you can swim alongside colonies of African Penguins!

3. South Africa is the only country in the world with three capital cities

Three different destinations make up South Africa’s capital cities. This is to represent the South African government being divided into three sections. Cape Town is the legislative capital, Pretoria is the administrative capital and Bloemfontein is the judicial capital. Interestingly, Parliament meetings take place for six months in Cape Town and six months in Pretoria. 

The Union Buildings in Pretoria house the President’s official offices. The site is worth a visit to marvel at a larger-than-life statue of Nelson Mandela as well as the immaculate gardens and grounds.

4. It’s the only country in the world where two Nobel Prize winners lived on the same street

Vilakazi Street in Soweto has been home to two Nobel Peace Prize winners. A tour through Soweto will always stop at Vilakazi Street to reveal a number of heritage sites of great importance to democratic South Africa. Both Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu lived here at some point in their lives. In 1984, Archbishop Desmond Tutu received the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition for his non-violent fight against the apartheid regime. Nine years later in 1993, Nelson Mandela shared the Nobel Peace Prize with then-president F.W. de Klerk as an award for their role in bringing about the peaceful end of apartheid. Nelson Mandela then went on to become South Africa’s first democratically elected president in 1994.  

Mandela’s house on Vilakazi Street is now a museum. The man who the street was named after, Dr BW Vilakazi, was a poet, novelist and intellectual. He helped develop the written form of both isiZulu and siSwati and helped put together the isiZulu dictionary.

5. The world’s first heart transplant was completed in Cape Town, South Africa

South Africa has continuously paid tribute to Dr Christiaan Barnard’s groundbreaking medical achievements. South African Dr. Christiaan Barnard performed the world’s first heart transplant on 3 December 1967 at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town. The groundbreaking surgery was carried out on Louis Washkansky and Dr. Barnard was assisted by a large and exceptional team of surgeons, nurses and technicians. One of Dr. Barnard’s assistants was Hamilton Naki, a black laboratory assistant who had worked previously as a gardener and went on to work in the animal laboratory at the University of Cape Town. He had assisted Dr Barnard with research leading to the transplant. In the apartheid days, Naki had no access to higher education due to his race. Despite being unable to access formal training, he learned from and assisted university researchers and went on to do amazing work.

6. South Africa is home to the Cradle of Humankind

Visit the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site which showcases ancient fossils dating back millions of years.
Some of the earliest evidence of human evolution has been unearthed at fossil sites northwest of Johannesburg in the Sterkfontein Caves! Archaeologists have discovered human remains here, some of which are more than 2 million years old! These discoveries have earned the area the title of “the Cradle of Humankind” which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

South Africa's natural and human fossil history dates back hundreds of thousands, even millions, of years. Early dinosaur fossils have been discovered in the Western Cape and up to 80% of mammalian fossils found so far have been discovered in the Karoo.

7. You can enjoy so many different kinds of holidays and landscapes in one country!

Collage of different types of landscapes in South Africa

Experience a variety of landscapes and holiday options on your trip to South Africa!

South Africa is home to a variety of landscapes and biomes, including deserts, wetlands, bushveld, grasslands, mountains and subtropical forests.

It's a holiday destination like no other!

8. Table Mountain is one of the oldest mountains in the world!

Table Mountain is the breathtaking centrepiece of Cape Town!
It’s believed that Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain is one of the oldest mountains in the world. Table mountain is approximately 260 million years old; it’s also home to thousands of species of plant life, including species unique to the Cape Floral Region. The glorious mountain is one of the world’s 7 New Natural Wonders. It is also apparently one of 12 main energy centres on the planet emitting spiritual, magnetic, and electric energies. It’s an idyllic and very popular hiking destination with hundreds of routes to explore. 

South Africa is an incredible destination that excites travellers from all walks of life and from all over the globe.

9. From now MINIBOSS operates in the RSA!
Congratulations to Africa!