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    Common but false legacy business ideas could be slient killers of innovation, says Ian Mann.

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    Scared or compromised ANC leaders seem ready for collective suicide, says Solly Moeng.

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    ‘White monopoly capital' is just a ploy to avoid SA’s real problems, say two analysts.

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A fairy tale success story

Mar 26 2017 12:07

Sacks Packaging’s floor in Mobeni, south of Durban, is a constant hive of activity, where different types of paper bags, used in everything from cement to sugar packaging, are made.

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A passion for creating jobs

Mar 26 2017 12:07

With two busy seaports, a huge potential workforce and amazing possibilities for entrepreneurs, KwaZulu-Natal is open for business. Yvonne Grimbeek speaks to the Industrial Development Corporation’s Pat Moodley about their work in the province.


It takes a village to raise an entrepreneur

Mar 22 2017 05:02

A new approach to entrepreneurship training is key to overcoming negative perceptions and economic realities, says Elli Yiannakaris.


Mphumi Ndlangisa - one of SA's few black winemakers

Mar 17 2017 17:53

Mphumi Ndlangisa is bringing natural wine to consumers’ palates. finweek's Jana Jacobs poses 15 questions to this former investment banker.

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Black excellence: Top tax and IT firms join forces

Mar 17 2017 05:02

A leading online tax firm has joined forces with an entrepreneur, who started his IT business from the boot of his car.

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Experts call for entrepreneurship to be taught in schools

Mar 16 2017 11:17

Entrepreneurship should be part of any school curriculum, say experts from the Global Entrepreneurship Congress, currently taking place in Johannesburg.

Inside Entrepreneurship


This Cape Town art-tech entrepreneur is inspired by maths!

Feb 26 2017 17:42

Victor Kirov, who quit his lucrative engineering career to create unrivalled stainless sculptures, explains to Fin24 how his work is inspired by mathematics.


Winning women: Growing excellence

Mar 05 2017 06:00

Joyene Isaacs has been head of the Western Cape’s department of agriculture since 2010. Her clean audits, passion for farming and commitment to transformation saw her department recently declared consistently the best in SA, writes Sue Grant-Marshall

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37-yr-old doctor entrepreneur brings private care to townships

Mar 16 2017 12:43

A visit to India, where she saw people with no medical insurance using private care at a hospital in Bangalore, has inspired a local doctor to start Quali Health in SA's townships.

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1200 hours of reading rolled into one executive update

Mar 13 2017 16:16

Fin24's ace book reviewer Ian Mann has distilled the best business ideas and trends from over 100 top business books into a single, must-have executive update.


Joburg to host top global entrepreneurship congress

Mar 08 2017 13:47

Entrepreneurs from around the world will turn their attention to South Africa next week, when for the first time since its inception in 2009; the Global Entrepreneurship Congress comes to the country.


Business rescue doing better than perceived

Mar 08 2017 13:46

Business rescue is considerably more successful in South Africa than the general perception thereof, says Neill Hobbs of Anuva Investments.

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