Fears about Minister Dlodlo weren't unfounded. Six months into the job, she's been accused of issuing illegal interception orders, writes Adriaan Basson.
A Cape Town start-up company which produces edible food bowls has grabbed international attention, netting funding from the organisers of the 2020 World Expo set to be held in Dubai.
As South African entrepreneurs, we’ve always punched above our weight on the global stage. But lately, we’ve been undervaluing ourselves. Letting the country’s challenges get to us. Now it’s time for us to rediscover the unshakeable optimism that’s made us great, says Dov Girnun.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are an important driver of economic growth and a source of employment, especially for countries such as South Africa which is currently facing high levels of unemployment.
Small and medium sized local commercial businesses play a vital role in the SA economy and a new report tries to establish what makes consumers big fans of the companies they love. Is your favourite among them?
For various reasons, small- and medium-sized enterprises struggle to obtain financing through traditional channels. But there’s been a rise in alternative funders who are giving entrepreneurs a way of starting up.
The RLabs Innovation and Entrepreneurship Programme was enabled by a R3 220 000 partnership with Nedbank.
Streetlights out? A dodgy car in the neighbourhood? This local company created a platform that helps people to report incidents. And it helps service providers to respond proactively.
Meshack Mulaudzi's Kaelo Black Beauty designs manufactures and distributes African-themed toys for girls and boys.
After close to two years of research, Llewellyn Paulse of The Recruitment Council saw a need for a firm focusing on the financial advisory sector.
Social media recruiting could help businesses cut costs while tailoring their search for the ideal candidate, according to Global Refer Social Recruitment.
The SA SME Fund on Thursday announced the seven fund managers set to manage about R1.4bn in funding to develop small businesses in the country.
Never, ever, give up, says Tamra Capstick-Dale, managing director of public affairs and reputation management consultancy Corporate Image.
Youth-owned businesses in the agricultural sector are invited to apply for SAB KickStart's Urban Agriculture programme.
For many SMEs the space that they work from can be one of their best marketing advantages, says the founder and CEO of The Business Exchange.
Many business owners are unaware of products such as mezzanine finance and how to access it, says Gary Palmer, CEO at Paragon Lending Solutions.
Angus McIntosh is dedicated to reviving the way farming used to be before the days of chemical fertilisers, herbicides, anti-biotics and GMO.
Rand Merchant Investment Holdings, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Royal Bafokeng Holdings seek top applications that could disrupt the financial services sector.
Lourie van Reenen began with a small cattle-feeding business in 1965 and in 1983 he established a small cattle business which is today known as Beefmaster.
Harry Hattingh is the co-founder of Leadhome, a business he calls a "hybrid estate agency".
Take a look at 50 of the most successful people in the world in the past year, from politicians and techies to the big names reshaping entertainment.
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