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We are in an economic downturn and managing a business through an economic recession may be the toughest challenge an entrepreneur is ever faced with.
South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) Chief Research Strategist Prof Jen Snowball’s recent paper with Serge Hasidi on cultural employment in South Africa explores the role of the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs) in facilitating job creation and economic growth in South Africa.
The Franchise Association of South Africa’s Franchise Awards for Excellence in Franchising, sponsored by Sanlam and held this past week-end as part of their annual Franchise Business Festival, honoured those franchise brands that have bucked the negative trends to show resilience and growth in these trying times.
The 2017 FastTrack tour will be coming to Johannesburg on 14 August and Cape Town 17 August 2017. These sessions are free of charge and are aimed at giving young InsurTech start-ups the opportunity to engage with industry experts.
Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) in the Eastern Cape are getting a much needed boost from the Coega Development Corporation (CDC) following its investment of R30 million in SMMEs to complete various construction projects in the Coega Special Economic Zone (SEZ).
Speaking of transparency in the same sentence as tendering to government; surely not? Chartered accountant [CA(SA)] Julius Mojapelo, Senior Executive for the Public Sector, at the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) sets the record straight.
Attend the 2017 Future of HR Summit which will focus on the future of jobs in SA and how we could use our time preparing for it.
South African innovators and entrepreneurs could win R1 Million in prize money thanks to Hangman – Cell C’s online reality show which aims to uncover South Africa’s greatest innovator.
The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation offers an opportunity like no other and its high school Scholarship opportunity is available to all current Grade 6 learners.
Awethu Project launches new mobile App to grow young, black informal economy in South Africa.
As we approach the end of Youth Month, we reflect on the two most urgent challenges facing young South Africans: Education and employment.
NHS attack reminder to stop hacks in tracks.
South Africans will soon have the opportunity to sample coffee from Starbucks, dine Parisian-style at Café Rouge, savour sublime patisserie from Paul, and enjoy top-notch tacos from Las Iguanas.
Bright ideas will be shared at the SA Innovation Summit, taking place from 6 to 8 September 2017 at the Cape Town Stadium.
A Chance To Showcase African Innovation: Applications Extended For The Mastercard Start Path Programme
Applications for Start Path Global open until August 1, 2017.
South African SMEs stand a chance of securing funding, market exposure and new partnerships through the annual Eskom Business Investment Competition (BIC) and the Small Business Expo 2017.
A Supplier Showcase hosted on 21 June has provided market and development access for small, medium and micro enterprises.
As of 14 June 2017, Uwin Iwin Incentives UK LTD will be open for trade in the United Kingdom Market. This is a further expansion to an already impressive network of global offices.
Through the recently launched Barloworld Siyakhula Incubation Hub (BSIH), enterprise and supplier development within the Barloworld group is set for a major boost.
It is whether we as women can retrain ourselves and understand that we have the right to lead, to make decisions and to take risks.