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South African businesses are experiencing high levels of debt as the economy continues to face headwinds. This is according to the latest edition of the Experian Business Debt Index. The index for the first quarter of 2016 showed business debt health improved slightly, but is still close to the zero level, which distinguishes between improvement and deterioration in business debt conditions. Angelo Coppola has more
Mike Sham shares what he believes it takes to be an entrepreneur in South Africa in 2015! Suits & Sneakers is a human development series designed around story-telling, informal learning and collaboration. The first ever Suits & Sneakers took place at the Mosaiek Teatro in Johannesburg on Thursday, 23 July 2015!
Creating an entrepreneurial business in an enabling environment is a far less daunting task than building a sustainable business into the future. To do so in a volatile environment characterised by increasing cost and regulations (amid sporadic threats of nationalisation and labour unrest) brings particular challenges. This talk reflects on the experience of building an investment and operational company in South Africa.
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During the Zimbabwean crisis, millions crossed to South Africa searching for ways to make ends meet...Life in a foreign land is never easy and most migrants endure a myriad of challenges ... A group of academics from Zimbabwe though has overcome some of these challenges and gone ahead to set up a thriving farm growing vegetables and food crops on land in South Africa's, Western Cape province. Susan Mwongeli reports.
Johannesburg, South Africa 1. UPSOUND: (English) Carolyn Menyape, Job head hunter: "This is Carolyn Menyape from Active Blue. How are You?" 2. Various of Carolyn talking on the phone at "Business Head Hunters" 3. UPSOUND: (English) Carolyn Menyape, Job head hunter: "Maybe to get outsiders to come in and do the whole human consulting," 4. Wide of Carolyn's office 5. Carolyn working with co-worker Marjory. 6. UPSOUND: (English) Marjory: "So this person coming in �. it's a new position that they have created - must have experience with assessments." 7. Various of Carolyn and Marjory working 8. Poster of Active Blue - 100% BEE (Black Economic Empowerment) on the wall 9. Various of Carolyn interviewing Constance an applicant for a banking job 10. Various Johannesburg skyline 11. Va...
Reimagining Africa's Future: Accenture Strategy and the National Business Institute conducted research with over 30 CEOs from across the continent to measure the opportunity for sustainable business in Africa. Hear more from them, and read the report at http://bit.ly/1RPKL6L.
A small Business can be a success, a small business doesn't have to stay small. Africa like many places is full of small businesses and struggling entrepreneurs, from small shop owners to street vendors. Vusi challenges the African business community as a whole to help grow these entrepreneurs as most businesses need capital and other forms of support from the more well established businesses and for bankers to play their part. As a continent Africa can become an economic giant of the world. Known as a "Rock star of public speaking" Vusi is the only speaker globally to have been invited to the Dragon's Den as an investor. This is because he has built several businesses. Today, as Chairman of Watermark Afrika Fund he is spearheading a pan-African process of raising the largest Growth Fund ...
According to research by World Wide Worx, there are an estimated 650,000 small businesses in South Africa, employing around 7.8 million people. Now, these businesses face various challenges in this ever-changing environment. Investor and Serial Entrepreneur Vusi Thembekwayo joined us in the studio to take a closer look at entrepreneurship and where we stand as a country in this regard.
The Foreign exchange market is the biggest financial market in the world. At least four trillion dollars is traded on currency markets on a daily basis. This market is known for its volatility and high risk nature, which is why it is mostly traded by banks and big corporate. However a young South African trader has managed to crack it. Sandile Shezi has successfully learnt how to trade currencies and at just 23 he's become one of the youngest multi-millionaires in the country. Shezi now wants to empower other young South Africans to do the same. Sumitra Nydoo caught up with him.
More than 20 years after the fall of Apartheid the majority of South Africa's arable land is still in the hands of white farmers.
Published by http://www.smallstarter.com Africa is bursting with lots of interesting, lucrative and high-potential big and small business ideas and opportunities. This video reveals 7 practical ways about how to make money in Africa, one of the world's fastest growing economies. Contrary to what many people think, the easiest and richest source of business ideas and opportunities in Africa lie in its many challenging everyday problems: food, electricity, waste, education, shelter etc... We have also included some amazing success stories of African entrepreneurs who have excelled in several businesses that have solved some of these serious problems. We hope this presentation leaves you richly inspired! Links: Agribusiness and Food ideas in Africa - http://www.smallstarter.com/browse-...
South African woman’s dream of starting her own laundry business is flourishing. With services like running water far and few between in many of the country's townships, a washing machine is not only impractical but also unaffordable. Sivu Mongo, however, saw a big gap in the market and decided to get her hands dirty. CCTV's Travers Andrews reports