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What is the role of an entrepreneur?

1 Jul 2014 /  Marc Ashton  
You’re doing it right when you generate positive returns.

ChesaNYAMA, braai’ing all the way into Africa

2 Jun 2014 /  Ray Mahlaka  
With 300 restaurants in the pipeline.

New milling company enters the market

23 May 2014 /  Hanna Barry  
With the support of Absa, Massmart

FirstRand’s co-founder: A man of many ideas and few words

14 May 2014 /  Sasha Planting  
Paul Harris on education, philanthropy and social networks.

Hard times in platinum belt

13 May 2014 /  Sapa   
Rustenburg small businesses hounded by creditors.

“Spaza” shops suffer as big retail rolls in

20 Apr 2014 /  David Dolan, Reuters  
Large retailers increasingly target black townships.

‘Stifling’ legislation rammed through before elections

15 Apr 2014 /  Mike Cohen, Bloomberg  
Government 'making business ... more complex, difficult to operate in' - Sacci.

Black-owned franchises decreasing

14 Apr 2014 /  Ray Mahlaka  
Transformation slow in sector.

John Mauldin: Why SA rocks

13 Apr 2014 /    
"Your biggest resource is not gold, diamonds, or financial services and banks, it’s your people."

SA now the most unequal country in the world – Omidyar Network

11 Apr 2014 /  David Lewis, Reuters  
'Africa must back entrepreneurs'.

The youth, SMEs, need ‘entrepreneurship culture’ instilled

18 Mar 2014 /  Andiswa Botha  
Nedbank-SBI: financing constraints the main concern for start-ups.

Fools, family, friends and entrepreneurship

17 Mar 2014 /  Andile Khumalo, CIO at MSG Afrika  
Entrepreneurship's greatest challenge is access to risky, patient, seed capital.

New Fund – the holy grail of developing entrepreneurs?

14 Mar 2014 /  Ayanda Mdluli  
A potential diffuser to a ticking time bomb.

Why some entrepreneurs get funding and others don’t

4 Mar 2014 /  D’Niel Strauss*  
It’s not just about a feasible business plan.

Taking black start-ups into the black

2 Mar 2014 /  Marc Ashton  
A white 20-something is more likely to be able to tap friends and family for R20,000 to R100,000 for start-up capital than a black entrepreneur.



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