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From eczema struggle to handmade soap success

Apr 25 2017 14:34

Zikhona Tefu quit her job with no business know-how or business plan.Today her pure, natural soaps are sold in townships and the whole family is involved in the business.

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    The value of grading tourism establishments

    Apr 25 2017 14:20

    The value of grading lies in the quality assurance that then underpins visitors' experience, says the chief quality assurance officer of the Tourism Grading Council of SA.


    From student loan provider to education enabler

    Apr 24 2017 18:52

    We talk to the CEO of education financial solution specialist Fundi about carving out a new industry to enable learning.


    Water for R1/litre: I-Drop Water aims to purify water for Africa

    Apr 24 2017 18:50

    James Steere and his wife, Kate Thiers, launched I-Drop Water in South Africa in 2015. The objective? Getting safe, affordable drinking water to everyone who needs it.

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    R2m up for grabs in entrepreneur competition

    Apr 24 2017 17:15

    Celebrating its 29th year, the Entrepreneur of the Year® competition sponsored by Sanlam and BUSINESS/PARTNERS seeks to promote entrepreneurship in SA.

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    Junk status: Entrepreneurs must get creative

    Apr 19 2017 05:00

    Despite South Africa being downgraded to junk status, there are still opportunities for entrepreneurs to make money, says economist Trudi Makhaya.


    Fieldspace using tech to innovate property sale process

    Apr 18 2017 16:03

    Fieldspace Property Group believes the local property industry has not yet made full use of current technological capabilities.


    Key traits on how high growth SMEs can scale-up

    Apr 18 2017 15:22

    There are some high growth potential SMEs which are looking to grow their profit margins and reach a new level of growth.

    Inside Entrepreneurship

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    Downgrades will make doing business tougher - CEO

    Apr 24 2017 15:52

    South Africa's credit downgrade will make doing business tougher as chief financial officers will need to adapt quickly and design new strategy.


    Start-up targets top-tier niche market

    Apr 23 2017 06:23

    Three young professionals have come together to provide skilled, experienced workers with freelance jobs and their client companies with the expertise they need for specific projects.

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    SME challenges to enter tourism not insurmountable

    Apr 19 2017 18:32

    Sustainable tourism has become just a "ticked box" for many companies instead of a way to plough back into communities, says the chair of of Cape Town Tourism.


    Entrepreneur realises CEO dream at the young age of 26

    Apr 13 2017 14:41

    The 26-year old CEO of SMTAX started his career at a big accounting firm, but quickly felt like a "small fish in a much bigger pond". He speaks to Fin24's Liziwe Ndalana.

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    SA 'junk' downgrade and your financial statements

    Apr 12 2017 12:28

    The impact of SA’s ratings downgrade is likely to affect your company’s financial statements substantially, says a partner at Mazars.

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    Robust ICT sector vital for digital economy

    Apr 11 2017 18:21

    If there’s one thing that SA businesses have become aware of, it is the importance of information and communications technology in growing their revenues.

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