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In the world of smartphones, China has Huawei, Korea has Samsung, while the United States of America has Apple. 

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Property Point, a Growthpoint Properties initiative, is zooming in on how entrepreneurs can contribute to directly driving business performance at its latest not-to-be-missed To The Point session.

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Thursday, 23 February 2017 21:29

Tax system must be "redistributive"

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says the South African tax system has to be redistributive if the country is to usher in radical socio-economic transformation.

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Deputy Minister in the Presidency, Buti Manamela, says African youth are a catalytic force for the attainment of the African Union’s Agenda 2063.

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Statistician General Pali Lehohla says the total share of youth in unemployment has declined from 71.3% to 66.6% between 2009 and 2014.

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In light of the challenging economic climate, South African entrepreneurs have been cautioned to buckle up for what is predicted to be a challenging year. In order to be prepared for what may face them in 2016, business owners are advised to dedicate the next few weeks to the planning of budgets and cash-flow, which are both crucial tools required for the survival of any business.

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Friday, 30 October 2015 11:10

The 3 Biggest Secrets Entrepreneurs Keep

Looking in the mirror at the end of the day can be a painful endeavor for entrepreneurs.

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There is a growing demand globally for renewable energy solutions, technologies and products and as a result, there is a rise in opportunities for environmental entrepreneurs or “ecopreneurs”.

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South Africa’s premier annual entrepreneurial competition, Sanlam / Business Partners Entrepreneur of the Year®, named Gil Oved and Ran Neu-Ner, founders and owners of The Creative Counsel (TCC), as the overall winners of the 2015 competition.

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“I have by no means arrived at my destination and I do have challenges but my business is growing, progress is achieved every day and this I owe to the NYDA for believing in my vision when all I had was a broken wash plant machine,” said thirty-five-year old Siyabonga Shange, owner of Sbumeister Trading cc, an Industrial Plastic Recycler (IPR) based in Pinetown, Durban.
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