Bamboo watch maker has no time for 'no'
Amy de Castro's entrepreneurial journey began when she refused to take no for an answer and has since learned that challenging the status quo pays off.
21-yr-old family business built on passion
Husband and wife entrepreneur team Pam and George Douglas started their business with no business know-how - 21 years later they're still going strong.
Herman Mashaba on his disillusionment with post-Mandela politics
Mr 'Black Like Me' talks about his business, his disillusionment with the post-Mandela political landscape, and his hopes for a better future for South Africa.
Are you selling your business? Here are 6 tips
Selling a business is as tough as selling your house. A top broker shares some worthy information about the sale of a business.
Hairdressing becoming popular career choice in SA
Hairdressing is fast gaining popularity as a profession, but it is important for an inspiring hairstylist to love hair and people.
Winning Women: Passing on rich values
Yvonne Muthien, chairperson of the Rhodes Food Group, the Thebe Resource Incubator and the Sasol Inzalo Foundation, learnt her rich sense of values and community from Nelson Mandela. Now she is passing on these, and a lifetime of management skills, writes Sue Grant-Marshall.
Heading for a poor sandwich generation
The dependency cycle is worsening, putting further pressure on those who have an income, writes Maya Fisher-French.
Adapting to changes key for Fashion House
Adapting to market changes and seizing opportunities when they have presented themselves have been key to the success of a 76-year old family business.
Breaking down the barrier of the boys' club
Trailblazing entrepreneur Siyasanga Ngcongca has found inner strength to succeed after entering the male-dominated construction industry, following her father’s death.