Another step in Gauteng township economy revitalisation

2016-10-27 09:27

Earlier this year Pick n Pay set out on a partnership with the Gauteng Department of Economic Development to help a small independent grocery shop regenerate itself.

Get R300 000 to start your own franchise

2016-10-20 15:51

SPONSORED: Cash Crusaders will help you secure your future by injecting an additional amount of R300 000 to augment your franchise start-up costs.

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.

i-Pay aims to help SMMEs with fast payment

2016-10-05 15:03

What if an electronic funds transfer could be done more quickly than it takes to enter a credit card code and expiry date?

Uncapped: How Telkom is throttling my business – entrepreneur

2016-10-02 14:47

The state of Telkom’s infrastructure is such that it has to treat its business customers like naughty school children: punishing all for the transgressions of a few.

Platform for African e-commerce potential

2016-09-23 18:08

Key players in the e-commerce space are expected to attend the the third annual eCommerce Africa Confex.

Incubating creatives

2016-09-18 06:54

The startup of 27-year-old Dillion Phiri is helping other young, black entrepreneurs to bring their ideas to fruition.

Trevynn McGowan: Sharing lessons from London, helping thousands of SAs sell abroad

2016-09-12 20:03

Trevynn McGowan's return to SA after 22 years has been a boon for the thousands of crafters and designers her company Source represents on the global stage.

Space for SA, Dutch entrepreneurs to connect

2016-09-09 18:01

The mission of Orange Corners is to provide a network of collaborative workspace in multiple venues in Maboneng, Braamfontein and Diepsloot.

Curbing youth unemployment good for this business

2016-09-06 17:33

Small businesses take on disproportionate risk when they sign up young, previously unemployed recruits, says the director of a debt-recovery service business.


'Mumpreneur' expands her kids' hair salon concept

2016-10-20 17:00

Children’s hair salon, Maddy Magoo is specifically designed for children from all ethnic backgrounds.

Franchise sector resilient despite SA economy

2016-10-20 12:46

Despite the downturn in the SA economy, the local franchise industry continues to grow - although not at the same pace seen in previous years, a survey shows.

GirlHype: One woman's dream to get girls into coding

2016-10-09 15:46

Non-profit organisation GirlHype aims to get women into science, technology, engineering and maths and has received global recognition for two of its tech-savvy members.

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.

New app matches skills, needs in marketplace

2016-09-26 20:01

Those working in this changing environment need new tools to help them survive and thrive, says the co-founder of a new app.

What to do in tough economic times

2016-09-20 19:08

What should you do to ensure that your business survives and thrives in the current difficult economic environment? Head of Sanlam Business Market answers.

Matthew Lester’s video intervention – Tax and the entrepreneur

2016-09-14 12:09

A tax expert dispels myth for entrepreneurs and SMEs, and says they stunt their growth potential by ignoring the benefits of registering as a tax unit.

Inspirational story from Paris: SA crafting entrepreneurs going global

2016-09-11 13:40

Basket weavers Binky Newman and Heather Moore tell their own success story and give ideas on how a small business can grow into the global export market.

Pathways to funding for social entrepreneurs

2016-09-09 17:18

The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship at UCT's Graduate School of Business is presenting a funding "Do-ference" in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

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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