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Proudly South African trip took journalists to companies creating jobs – but they’re white-owned

Business learning’s real-world value

MBA holders continue to out-earn their peers; in addition, they foster innovation and shape society

Four ways to give township entrepreneurs a much-needed boost

If they are going to be the job creators that policymakers hope for, a major overhaul of mindsets and infrastructure will be necessary

Three ways the youth can act to make South Africa a better place

Given the challenges millennials face, these initiatives could go a long way in assuring them that a bright future is possible

Women entrepreneurs make it with WRC’s support

Refilwe Lesufi says there is an urgent need to create off-grid solutions in rural areas

A company of one and it’s run, run, run

When Simbongile Ndlangisa ditched her nine-to-five job to start her own PR business, she thought, great, now I can sit and watch series all day

The sweet scent of trans success

Trans women battle 
to find jobs, but some do manage to escape being a sex worker

Orphaned at 13, she has cared for her siblings her whole adult life

Edith Chikwana now sells goods on Jo’burg’s streets to feed and educate her brothers and sister.

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Colgate-Palmolive South Africa donates one million bars of soap

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Cheque value bundles – real value

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Absa Rewards puts cash in your pocket

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