Entrepreneurs
THE HURST CAMPUS JOINS THE INSTITUT PAUL BOCUSE WORLDWIDE ALLIANCE Prestigious Endorsement for South African Culinary and Hospitality School
Hot on the heels of its recent rebranding from ‘The Culinary Academy’ at the beginning of 2013, The Hurst Campus has received a prestigious international endorsement from the famous Institut Paul Bocuse.
17 Jul 2013
GPF aiming to achieve long-term sustainability Focus on affordable housing
Lower-income households are benefitting from the housing development fund’s thorough approach.
03 Jul 2013
Adding girl power to tooling Dipuo Sibiya challenges the male-dominated industry
“I want to change the traditional white male dominated industry perception – I want to be a force to be reckoned with," says 23-year-old Dipuo Sibiya.
21 Jun 2013
Top-notch speakers Sexwale and Ramphele for Motlekar BBQ Awards
This year's Motlekar Holdings BBQ Awards take place on 25 October at Emperors Palace, Johannesburg. Some high-profile personalities are pencilled in as keynote speakers.
19 Jun 2013 - G. P.
Incubator support programmes aid SMEs Government's initiatives show success
The Micro Enterprise Development Organisation has secured the first two incubators of the DTI's Incubator Support Programme, aimed at developing micro and small businesses through private partnerships.
06 Jun 2013 - S. M.
Entrepreneurial spirit The skills of a potentially great entrepreneur
There are 8 key concepts which any potential entrepreneur should regard as the best tools for the trade. Sharpening these skills could put you ahead of the pack.
07 May 2013 - N. J.
Don't imitate, innovate Waking the sleeping giant of African innovation
Africa has the intellectual potential to solve all of its major problems, but this is forced into dormancy by lack of support and capacity, says Julius Akinyemi, visiting innovation fellow at the UCT GSB.
04 Apr 2013 - S. M.
Young entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship could aid our lost generation
A transformation audit released last week by the Institute for Justice & Reconciliation (IJR) questions whether youth entrepreneurship, as an alternative to formal employment, has been sufficiently exploited
05 Mar 2013 - J. H.
A crafty partnership Sikelela Skills Development Centre commissioned to make kids' decor and apparel
The women of the George Child and Family Welfare's Sikelela Skills Development Centre have been commissioned to create items for a new kids' decor and apparel range at a popular golf resort.
18 Jan 2013 - K. P.
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