About Us

Our History

The Black Management Forum is a non-racial leadership organisation formed in 1976 with the purpose to influence socio-economic transformation in South Africa.

The student chapters were established to promote the development of young professionals and entrepreneurs. 

Our Vision

To prepare and equip students with the business, leadership and managerial skills that will enable them to effectively respond to the challenges of the corporate world. 

 

To promote access to personal and professional development and provide networking opportunities for our members. 

Why partner with Us?

1

Campus Presence

 

The prospectus of establishing your business as a prestigious employer  of ambitious, well-rounded students.

 

Increased and more visible presence at UCT campus.

 

 

2

Graduate Recruitment

 

The opportunity to interact with potential graduates across all faculties.

 

The opportunity to recruit penultimate and final year students and have exclusive access to their CVs and details.

 

3

Event Opportunities

 

The opportunnity to speak at one of our keynote speaker events or host an exclusive off-campus networking event.

 

 

 

 

 

EXECUTIVE TEAM

Ntebogang Segone

President

Alex Biaya

Vice-President

Sisekelo Dladla

Secretary General

Michaella MacPherson

Finance Director

Sandile Zakwe

Corporate Relations Director

Motlalepula Tsoai

Marketing Director

project managers

 

Uzukhanye Sotaka

Project Manager

Obunye Motokwane

Project Manager

Open for Applications

Project Manager

SUb committee

 

Sinqobile Mkhize

Sub-Committee

Lebogang Malindi

Sub-Committee

Thandiwe Chihota

Sub-Committee

Do you have Any Questions?

 

Is Membership Only Open to Black Students?

The BMF continues to be the primary black management organisation in the country. Although the strategic focus of the BMF is on black managers, our policy and philosophy is non-racial. To that end our membership was opened to all races in 1989. It comprises individual members from diverse managerial disciplines.

How Do I Become a Member?

Students can become members of societies throughout the academic year. During the annual O-week the student organsations showcase themselves on the Jameson Plaza. Here students can sign-up with the societies that interest them and they can either have the subscription fees charged to their student accounts or pay cash to the cashiers in the Steve Biko Students’ Union. If students miss the O-week sign up period they can come to the Societies Helpdesk on Level 5, Steve Biko Students’ Union or contact Societies to sign up with a society or get more information. Students may join societies throughout the year and may pay through their fee accounts until 30 April or alternatively can pay cash at the Student Treasury on Level 5, Steve Biko Students’ Union.

Where Do You Host Your Events?

We host a number of events both on and off-campus. Our keynote speaker events are hosted on-campus to enable students to attend after classes. Our corporate networking events are hosted off-campus as application to attend those events is required. Transportation is provided.