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Africa needs businesses that build and strengthen the continent

Africans should know by now that they can’t depend on leaders and should rather learn to do it themselves

Women are South Africa’s changemakers and they deserve more

The truth is the economy still largely revolves around men, especially white men like me, writes Alef Meulenberg.

Corruption hampers the development of South Africa’s youth

The economy as a whole will benefit from investment in young entrepreneurs

Preparing graduates for the workplace

Imbuing students with entrepreneurial thinking can also provide value to the larger economy

Social entrepreneurship means business

Enterprises with a cause at their core might be exactly what our economy desperately needs

Purpose, profit and progress

Studying further doesn’t have to mean academia — exploring the TVET option may yield good results

Youth, dare to dream

Young people need to be able to imagine a better future if they are to stand a chance of creating it

Let’s use ED to develop globally

If the SMME sector can be catalysed for growth, it can change our national economic fortunes

Growing enterprises, for a healthy economy

The department of economic development is removing restrictions to getting a small business going

Entrepreneurship funds in Africa: Distinguishing the good from the bad

The fund-of-funds structure creates a natural disincentive for corruption

How to grow the informal sector

Author GG Alcock has solutions to grow the kasi economy

Developing SMMEs in the Mice industry

'I started out with three rooms, now I have 45 that I hire out'

Foundation helps college graduates to become artisan entrepreneurs

Investing in the Future Youth Development Award. Runner-up: Second Chance SA Foundation

Unity required for Zimbabwe to blossom

Being open for business means we have to be open with one another first

Slice of life: Beads thread my life together

'This business saved my life and I have no intention of doing any other work except this. I started this business because jobs were scarce'

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