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I recently had the privilege of being asked by one of my mentors to speak to two school students who are looking to start their own company. This was a fortunate turn of events when considering the recent articles on entrepreneurship and youth leadership on Stock Shop Daily News. Being
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It’s a Friday morning in the Maboneng Precinct, I am well prepared and equipped to interview one of the most popular young entrepreneurs in Joburg, Ziggy Rasta Thabethe. This young man is the owner of well renowned restaurant Pata Pata situated in the heart of Johannesburg CBD. A mutual friend

Business funding and capital contribution have, for the most part, taken center stage when debating the topic of start-ups. Novice entrepreneurs that aren’t entirely familiar with business or a particular industry, have a misconstrued ideology that funding is the only way to boost a new venture. Local statistics show that

Like many people across the world – post the Davos gathering this year I have become extremely excited about the “4th industrial revolution”. What has become clear is that we stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will alter the way we all live, work, relate and most

When my boss told me that we were going to the Design Indaba in Cape Town, I was excited. Excited more about Cape Town than the Indaba. I had never been to the Design Indaba and so I didn’t know what to expect. I thought it would be some expo-like

We’ve always known that hipsters are cool. We know they have this incredible talent to spot the cool stuff before its cool. If ever I had to pump money into something, I would invest in the cool people. I always say that when people go into business, they should have

The list below was taken from the article: 57 Fascinating Business Facts That Will Blow Your Mind. From intelligible to just plain whacky, the list is entertaining. You’ll be sure to pick up a few facts that will blow your friends’ minds. Ben & Jerry’s is owned by Unilever. Wal-Mart averages a profit
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On Tuesday morning, Capitec released a stellar set of results for the first six months of their financial year. In a market full of over-valued equities and unsure investors, Capitec seems to stand out. Compared to the Top 40 and All Share you really see a good story. VIA Summary of

After the launch of Show Max, a South African based Video-On-Demand (VOD) company owned by parent company Naspers, companies and investors have been running riot over the term VOD. What about it? Well, who sells it, who consumes it, who is going to supply the internet connection, and how do
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I have had the pleasure of meeting some amazing self-starters in the past 6 months, but none compare to the young ladies of The Principality. The name of their marketing business is in itself strong, sophisticated, chic, modern, cultured and unique – The Principality. This simultaneously describes the combined personalities