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TEAM SA TO FLY THE FLAG FOR 30 YEARS OF DEMOCRACY IN DAVOS

Delegation to participate in WEF discussions on investment, Africa’s development, and the Just Energy Transition. Johannesburg, 11 January 2024 | South Africa will fly its...

JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH WILL BE THE CORNERSTONE OF SOUTH AFRICA’S PARTICIPATION IN...

  Cabinet has announced South Africa’s participation at the EXPO2020 Dubai that will take place...

President Cyril Ramaphosa to lead second SA Investment Conference

President Cyril Ramaphosa will lead government’s hosting of the second South Africa Investment Conference to be held at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, from...

Google Africa sets up mentorship programmes for tech designers, entrepreneurs

Google Launchpad and Google Play South Africa were launched in November 2017 to boost African technology start-ups and develop a unique African design aesthetic.CD...

Press Release: iEntrepreneur – a Week of Entrepreneurship at Wits

Johannesburg, 30 August, 2017 - Unemployment among the youth of South Africa has reached an ‘all time high’ and young people need to step...

Q&A with founder of Champion South Africa

Well-known radio host Ashraf Garda challenges South Africans to change their mindsets to become champions in everything they do. Read more about his initiative,...

Philippi Village builds business

phillippi---thumbAn entrepreneurial complex built on the site of an old cement factory in the low income Cape township of Philippi has local growth at its heart.

Biogas backpack revolutionises cooking in Ethiopia

B-Energy, a bio-fuel start-up, is changing rural Ethiopia by producing and providing people with bags that can carry and store biogas. It is also getting locals to start their own businesses by producing and providing biogas to their communities.

Africa has huge growth potential for e-commerce

South Africa is the fourth fastest growing digital economy in the world, according to the Digital Evolution Index. And significantly, all four of the African countries measured – South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria and Egypt – are fast moving towards digital evolution. This spells good news for e-commerce.

Sunsa is shining for South African entrepreneurs

Ronald-House---ThumbSouth Africa has joined a global entrepreneur revolution with the launch of Startup Nations South Africa. It is a collaborative effort that aims to mobilise human, financial and institutional resources as a means to support, develop and grow start-up businesses across the country.