Industrialising the nation – is government doing enough?
China’s meteoric growth has destroyed local industries – but it has also opened new markets.
The Entrepreneurial Revolution - Moving from alchemy to science.
A new breed of SMBs.
Be the unburnable entrepreneur and beat the current economic odds.
South Africa’s entrepreneurs are holding on to gains made in 2010 but are still performing below their potential.
Social entrepreneurship is not just about doing good; it’s about addressing social problems in an innovative way.
Recent studies show a worrying and very steep decline in the number of new businesses being started in South Africa. However, if one looks a bit...
Supporting youth through the trials and tribulations of starting their own business.
Business can help to build the Africa of the future, the right way.
Make corporate governance work for your business.
With Africa being proclaimed as the future for business investment, the 42nd World Economic Forum (WEF) held in Davos in January presented a great opportunity for...
Using trusts correctly in business transactions.
There are a number of legal considerations to keep in mind when establishing your business, and legal advice doesn’t come cheap… or does it?
Know how to protect your business, yourself and your employees against crime.
The research and results arising out of the White Paper on the state of entrepreneurship reveals some of the challenges facing entrepreneurs – and debunks several...
If South Africa is to create jobs the country must do more to support, incentivise and fund entrepreneurs who develop new ideas.
The NHI aims to ensure that everyone has access to appropriate quality healthcare services, regardless of their ability to pay. Can it be done?
Professor Mthuli Ncube, executive director of Wits Business School talks to us about the state of entrepreneurship in South Africa.
Despite what government says about entrepreneurial spirit being the backbone of the South African economy, a system has been allowed to develop that facilitates an inordinately...