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In the news

Companies urged to review employment equity plans

Aug 16 2017 19:29

The Department of Labour is intensifying its efforts to root out JSE-listed companies that contravene the Employment Equity Act, says an expert at Mazars.

News

Pick n Pay's animal education app takes on European markets

Jul 29 2017 09:00

Following the success of an app by Cape Town start-up Super Monster created for local retailer Pick n Pay, the company has now taken on the European market.

In the news

SA 'shoots itself in foot' on innovation

Jul 20 2017 16:06

Countries like Chile, Moldova, Malta, Greece and Cyprus rank higher than SA for innovation, while Mauritius is in 6th place.

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Risk and your business

Jul 20 2017 15:29

The King IV report states that the governing body of an enterprise should assume responsibility for the governance of risk and how it should be handled.

 
 
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Education key to successful entrepreneurship

Jun 23 2017 14:25

Once someone understands the building blocks of business, he or she can better distinguish between a poor or great business opportunity, says an expert.

Economy

Tapping into SA's 'golden' creative opportunity

Jun 14 2017 18:48

The creative economy is South Africa’s untapped "golden economy" – something the Mzansi Golden Economy strategy emphasises.

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Total SA Startupper Challenge winners graduate

May 24 2017 19:56

Winners of the South African leg of the Total Startupper Challenge have each been awarded a GIBS Enterprise Development Academy Certificate.

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Opinion

Not radical but practical and achievable transformation

Jul 12 2017 05:00

A study suggests that finding ways to formalise cooperative business relationships could be one way to boost the success of women in small and medium enterprises, says Mlenga Jere.

In the news

Shanduka Black Umbrellas honours top SMEs

Jun 29 2017 18:10

Top performing small and medium enterprises have been recognised at the Shanduka Black Umbrellas National Development Awards in Johannesburg.

In the news

Job shaving means entrepreneurship skills more important for SA youth

Jun 27 2017 18:25

SA youth will increasingly have to explore entrepreneurship for employment opportunities, says the spokesperson for a national entrepreneurship competition.

In the news

Soweto's urban entrepreneurs take on the world

Jun 25 2017 13:16

Dozens of township entrepreneurs' creations have sold worldwide with help from Soweto's Box Shop, a not for profit organisation.

 
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AfricArena a new platform to attract investors

May 24 2017 19:36

AfricArena is described as a new platform which aims to connect investors from all over the world with start-ups from all over Africa and beyond.

In the news

Eskom invites entries for small business competition

May 23 2017 13:20

The Eskom Development Foundation has opened entries for the Eskom Business Investment Competition for registered black-owned small and medium enterprises.

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