The President took charge of the crisis, showed the authoritarians in Cabinet that he's still the boss, writes Adriaan Basson.
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Franchising is often seen as a safe business model, as operators buy into an established brand with support from franchisers.
Americans love Dunkin Donuts, but South Africans haven't taken to it, says one disgruntled shareholder, and Baskin-Robbins' expensive ice cream never made sense in SA to begin with.
South Africa's economy might be withering, but this does not necessarily mean doom and gloom for franchising businesses, some of which are even cashing in on the bad times.
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Franchising continues to be an attractive investment for entrepreneurs that want to play it safe and go with a tried and tested concept.
No franchise is immune to economic conditions. Morné Cronjé, head of franchising for FNB Business, looks at the challenges facing entrepreneurs, providing tips on how to overcome them.
Recruiting quality franchisees is becoming increasingly essential for every franchise business, as the wrong fit can seriously damage the reputation of the franchise.
FNB will be hosting the third annual FNB Franchise Leadership Summit in Johannesburg on October 15 and Cape Town on November 19.
A Fin24 user asks advice about starting a pub franchise with her brother.
Independence comes in many forms. To some women this means leaving behind a corporate routine and swapping pinstripes for steamy bustling kitchens.
To start up a Universal Paints outlet you're going to need R2 million in cash to hand. For Kids Emporium the bar is lower, and different Sorbet flavours range in price.
RocoMamas, Krispy Kreme and Ina Paarman share their tips on how to make it big in the franchising world.
Children’s hair salon, Maddy Magoo is specifically designed for children from all ethnic backgrounds.
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There are a number of things to understand and consider about franchising before beginning, advises a business coach.
Franchisees should learn from families who basically lived in their restaurants, spending time with their staff and interacting with customers, an expert says.
As a franchise owner, you have a number of factors to consider before you can open the doors to your own franchise, says an expert.
In just two years the traditional township braai concept has grown into 200 outlets, employing 2 000 people. The brain behind ChesaNYAMA tells the story.
Absa has beefed up its franchise unit to expand the franchising business format into Africa and to tap into the continent's new, fast growing consumer markets.
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