South Africa favours entrepreneurs and given the high level of joblessness in the country, it is up to entrepreneurs to rise to the occasion and create job opportunities for the youth.
A two hectare piece of empty tribal land near the Swaziland border of Mpumalanga is now yielding not only food for a community, but also a livelihood for eight people.
Pro-Designs – a family-owned business that aims to provide top-quality branding solutions to suit all of its clients branding needs and help them to extend their brand footprint via alternative advertising mediums, which may give Read More
The Kruger Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism (KLCBT) and various regional chambers in the Kruger Lowveld region have joined forces to launch the Kruger Lowveld Ehlanzeni Business Alliance (KLEBA).
Tetra Pak, in partnership with Feed SA, has initiated a campaign called Milk for Change to fight undernourishment among South Africa’s larger communities and educate consumers about the nutritional benefits of long life milk.
Henley Business School Africa has launched a new MBA programme option to provide creative acumen for business people and business acumen for creatives.
By Yolandi Esterhuizen, Legislation Manager at Sage HR & Payroll It’s tough out there. Entrepreneurs need to do more with less and keep an eye on changes in the tax legislation, as these could affect Read More
Health and care brands group Ascendis Health today announced that it had received Competition Commission approval to proceed with the 100% acquisition of pharmaceutical business Akacia Healthcare for R345 million.
The engineering skills gap in South Africa is well documented, but what is not necessarily more widely understood is the loss of engineering professionals as a result of the bizarre way the industry has calculated Read More
By Sandra Swanepoel, Managing Director for Sage HR & Payroll The world of human resources (HR) is changing at a speed that is leaving most HR departments behind. New technology is bringing more transparency into Read More