Ethiopia wants more business from SA

2016-10-23 06:11

Ethiopia’s drive to attract more South African investment is being hampered by a government that still distrusts business and a population wary of foreign domination.

Lessons learnt from doing business in France

2016-10-19 16:34

SA company Hans Merensky Holdings has been doing business in France for the past ten years and its CEO shares some of the lessons learnt in the process.

The secret to McDonald's success

2016-10-16 14:42

McDonald's SA chief financial officer Zafar Mahomed speaks to Fin24 about its business model, adding that a credit cut will not deter the group from expanding business in the country.

The public must hold officials to account - Gordhan

2016-10-11 14:19

In light of news that Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan was summoned to appear in court over fraud charges, Gordhan says government must promote a culture of integrity and not the rot of corruption.

Competitiveness: How SA compares to countries with low tax rates

2016-10-10 15:59

SA's tax on business profits is higher than that of countries which have outperformed it in a global competitiveness survey, while business leaders have less trust in politicians.

Brown: Unless economy in hands of majority, it's going nowhere

2016-09-27 14:37

The economy remains in the hands of the few and a shift must happen through State Owned Enterprises, says Public Enterprise Minister Lynne Brown.

Moody's puts spotlight on IPP investment potential

2016-09-20 18:57

Rating agency Moody's has indicated that loan guarantees to independent power producers could attract private investors and shift the energy mix to renewables.

Zuma's removal up to the ANC - Black Business Council

2016-09-15 11:44

The Black Business Council has washed its hands of the issue whether President Jacob Zuma should complete his term in office.

Resilient SA economy can still avoid downgrade - Gordhan

2016-09-13 09:33

The next year is critical, not just for ratings purposes but for ourselves as an economy, says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

Taste in no hurry to open more Starbucks stores in SA

2016-09-06 09:11

Starbucks South Africa subsidiary owner Taste Holdings says it is focusing on mastering the "Starbucks experience" before launching new stores.


Only 4 days to set up a company in France

2016-10-19 18:56

The business environment in France is one where companies can flourish, SA companies heard at a seminar.

What is holding back black entrepreneurs?

2016-10-16 16:22

At times people of colour can't make progress in their careers because employment equity is difficult to implement and this forms part of the deep hole syndrome concept.

SA and Mauritius partner to enforce competition rules

2016-10-13 19:31

The South African and Mauritian competition agencies have signed an agreement to ensure better enforcement of competition law.

Gauteng declares war on corruption with open tender system

2016-10-11 13:40

Worldwide, tender processes are an avenue for state corruption and state capture to take place, says Gauteng Premier David Makhura.

UK business success: Masterclass with Kenton Fine, SA founder of 45 000-employee Servest

2016-10-04 19:58

Kenton Fine is the London-based executive chairperson and founder of Servest, a R10bn turnover, 45 000 employee multinational group. Here’s his story.

Privatisation the solution for SOEs - IRR

2016-09-21 17:40

Privatisation may be the only viable option for struggling state-owned enterprises, according to the South African Institute of Race Relations.

Paid internship for 1 million SA youth

2016-09-16 18:00

Government and the private sector are launching a new youth development programme that will create paid internships for 1 million youth over three years.

BBC's endorsement of Zuma a betrayal - Pityana

2016-09-14 14:21

Sipho Pityana says that the Black Business Council's public endorsement of President Jacob Zuma is a betrayal.

Filmmaker hustling her way to a break

2016-09-06 15:42

Filmmaker and entrepreneur Obakeng Malope says the film industry is a constant hustle to secure funding.

From selling boiled eggs at bus stops, to Entrepreneur of the Year

2016-09-06 07:25

Meisie Nkosi, a former teacher who started off selling boiled eggs at bus stops, has just been crowned the Sanlam/Business Partners Entrepreneur of the Year.

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