entrepreneurship

 
Foundation helps college graduates to become artisan entrepreneurs
Foundation helps college graduates to become artisan entrepreneurs
The Second Chance Foundation focuses on providing comprehensive career guidance and development to trainee artisans so they can expand their skills...
Unity required for Zimbabwe to blossom
Unity required for Zimbabwe to blossom
Zimbabwe is a country going through a painful internal reorganisation, akin to a company under receivership or judicial management. Depending on...
Slice of life: Beads thread my life together
Slice of life: Beads thread my life together
I’ve also been played and I’m telling you, there’s no future in a man’s promises.
Being an entrepreneur in South Africa - 'the art of the hustle'
Being an entrepreneur in South Africa - 'the art of the hustle'
In entrepreneurship, we often hear people talking about “the hustle”. Traditionally, being viewed as a hustler had a negative connotation....
Women in the Environment
Women in the Environment
Industry and government has done a good job at ignoring the needs of 51% of the world’s population. Women are consistently overlooked and...
What Kenyan universities can do to expand social entrepreneurship
What Kenyan universities can do to expand social entrepreneurship
Universities are at the forefront of any country’s economic development efforts. They play an invaluable role in passing knowledge on to the next...
Three reforms to boost SA’s economy
Three reforms to boost SA’s economy
The consensus among private economists is that South Africa’s overwhelming priority has to be job creation. This means that existing businesses...
Townships are still a world apart
Townships are still a world apart
Dormitory-style, underserviced, insecure, overcrowded and noisy — this characterises the living conditions in most of South Africa’s...
Gauteng offers help to those helping themselves
Gauteng offers help to those helping themselves
When Luzhaandre Mackenzie completed her diploma in human resources at Westcol College in Magaliesburg last year, she thought her life would change...
Buy black and you'll never go back
Buy black and you'll never go back
Black consciousness is finding a new voice – through funky T-shirts and weaves – as young South Africans take their politics to the world of...
[Video]The rise of Thokoza's creative class
[Video]The rise of Thokoza's creative class
A Thokoza artist and entrepreneur is launching a creative hub for local artists, providing a space where they can meet, work and collaborate.
[Podcast]Breaking The Cycle Of Poverty in Africa
[Podcast]Breaking The Cycle Of Poverty in Africa
Ory Okolloh, founder of software company Ushahidi, is one of eight black women named as The 100 Most Influential People in 2014 by Time Magazine.

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