Small, Medium and Micro Enterprise (SMME)

 
Now is the time of monsters
Now is the time of monsters
Water cannons and stun grenades were used outside of the World Economic Forum Africa (WEFAfrica) meeting in Cape Town this week against womxn...
The missed opportunity: SMMEs in the South African economy
The missed opportunity: SMMEs in the South African economy
We’ve all heard it before: small, micro and medium enterprises (SMMEs) are the hope of an ailing South African economy with low growth prospects...
Investing in relationships
Investing in relationships
Zimasa Travel is a 100% black female-owned company based in North West province. Established by a young entrepreneur who walked away from her...
Fast-moving travel solutions
Fast-moving travel solutions
Meetings Africa is a two-day trade show dedicated to providing Africa’s business events professionals with a platform from which to showcase...
South Africa’s entrepreneurs remain elusive
South Africa’s entrepreneurs remain elusive
I can still recall a time when wanting to become an entrepreneur was a bit taboo. The common sentiment was for one to study further and get a...
SMEs hobbled by funding gap
SMEs hobbled by funding gap
Small businesses are routinely cited as the answer to South Africa’s stubborn 26.7% unemployment rate. But startups, micro-enterprises, and small...
New SANRAL policy pushes transformation in construction and engineering sectors
New SANRAL policy pushes transformation in construction and engineering sectors
The final version of a new policy adopted by the South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) that intends to reshape the construction...
Letters to the Editor: June 22 to 28
Letters to the Editor: June 22 to 28
Post–1994, a considerable proportion of previously oppressed South Africans have gained access to basic services such as water and sanitation,...
Only beneficiation will stamp out
Only beneficiation will stamp out
The Youth Employment Service (YES) launched by President Cyril Ramaphosa this week has been cautiously welcomed by organised labour, which insists...
Makhura plans Gauteng’s facelift
Makhura plans Gauteng’s facelift
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says plans to establish a bank owned by the provincial government will form an integral part of the administration’s turnaround strategy to grow the economy and create much-needed jobs....
Gauteng plans to give its townships a business and lifestyle facelift
Gauteng plans to give its townships a business and lifestyle facelift
Gauteng premier David Makhura has announced the implementation of a drive to shut down illegally operating foreign-owned businesses in townships,...
Gigaba budgets R2.1-billion for small business
Gigaba budgets R2.1-billion for small business
A fund with an allocation of R2.1-billion over the medium term is being developed between the departments of small business, science and technology...

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