SMEs

 
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...
New banks circle small businesses
New banks circle small businesses
It is not only retail banking customers who stand to win as competition in the South African banking sector heats up. Businesses — particularly small and medium-sized ones — could also see cheaper offerings with the arrival of new banks, which have already started competing...
Four ways to give township entrepreneurs a much-needed boost
Four ways to give township entrepreneurs a much-needed boost
It is not uncommon to hear politicians extolling the untapped virtues of entrepreneurs as South Africa’s saviours in the making. By 2030, for...
Greece's business backbone nears breaking
Greece's business backbone nears breaking
As Greeks hope for the best outcome to the crisis shaking their nation, small businesses are preparing for the worst.
Small businesses could lose
Small businesses could lose
Billions of rands in finance is expected to be channelled to black-owned small businesses (SMEs) by banks in the next four years, following the...
Labour policies trouble little enterprises
Labour policies trouble little enterprises
'Economic conditions, labour relations and labour policies are biased against employers and small and medium enterprises [SMEs]." This...

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