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Spicy atchar turns a hot profit
Spicy atchar turns a hot profit
At the heart of Fordsburg in Johannesburg is Dragon City, where traders source many of their products.
'We can turn SA's economic situation around' —Mabuza
'We can turn SA's economic situation around' —Mabuza
Deputy President David Mabuza told MPs in the National Assembly on Wednesday that South Africa was on the cusp of recovering from the economic...
Cut red tape so that small business is enabled and encouraged
Cut red tape so that small business is enabled and encouraged
It’s no secret that South Africa, along with many emerging economies globally, is struggling to tackle the triple challenges of poverty,...
Mr Mayor – keep your promise
Mr Mayor – keep your promise
It was in the run-up to the 2010 World Cup that Engen proposed sinking R14-million into upgrading a petrol station just off the main road in...
Economic tides hurt small traders
Economic tides hurt small traders
Between the colourful houses of the Bo-Kaap in Cape Town, a small spice shop has been serving customers for the past 70 years. The spices are...
New business model incorporates the poor
New business model incorporates the poor
Inclusive business is the corporate world’s buzzword, commerce’s flavour of the decade, the flag big companies, particularly in the developing...
Small firms wilt under BEE backlash
Small firms wilt under BEE backlash
Five years after it was started, Themba Khuma's* wholesale business has taken off. When it began in 2010, extended family members banded together,...
Every fledgling small business must learn to fly
Every fledgling small business must learn to fly
Tebogo Molotsi was the oldest of four children being raised by a single mother who was a domestic worker. As soon as she matriculated, she was...
Mind your own business, minister
Mind your own business, minister
Dear Ms Lindiwe Zulu,
Introducing the Nedbank Small Business Index™
Introducing the Nedbank Small Business Index™
Costs are up, demand is down and South Africa’s economic growth slowed to an annual rate of 0.9% in the first quarter of 2013, highlighting...

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