Red tape, land scarcity and site invasions have slowed the process of building houses for flood victims
People in countries such as Brazil, India and China are two to three times more likely to be entrepreneurs than South Africans.
The Fraser Institute’s annual survey of mining companies is not entirely wrong, South Africa is a difficult place to mine, say analysts
The government has finally started to recognise the importance of SMMEs in job creation, the business bounce-back scheme being a case in point
Advisers – not consultants – can help close critical gaps in government where the loss of key skills leaves the president desperately needing to enhance the state’s capacity to secure his reforms
The president’s strategy to stop the unemployment crisis from spiralling includes cutting red tape and focusing on infrastructure investment
South Africa has realised the value add that small enterprises can bring to the economy, but we seem confused about how to go about creating them
The industry is growing increasingly frustrated by the inefficiency of local agencies and seemingly contrived informal trade barriers.