Applications open for MEST class of 2020

The Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) has opened applications for its next one-year, fully-sponsored entrepreneurial training programme in Accra, Ghana.

By Tom Jackson 17 Sep 2018

R22m boost for skills training of the unemployed

The Department of Labour is today set to unveil training programmes, to the value of R22 million, aimed at creating jobs in the aviation, maritime commercial diving and agricultural sectors...

17 Sep 2018

Upcoming jobs summit to attract investment, tackle poverty

Deputy President David Mabuza says the up and coming jobs summit will ensure that South Africa continues to address the country's poverty and income inequality...

13 Sep 2018

Calling women entrepreneurs: applications open for Future Females Business School

Future Females has opened its applications for the Future Females Business School...

13 Sep 2018

Final call for entry to the Stevie Awards for Women in Business

The Stevie Awards for Women in Business is still open for nominations to all female entrepreneurs, executives and employees worldwide until Friday, 28 September 2018...

12 Sep 2018

Calling SA tech and digital startups - ready, set, pitch

A new startup accelerator is being launched by IBM SA, in partnership with the Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct, and is designed to enable the development of Growth Stage Tech and digital startups...

12 Sep 2018

Bringing 1956 empowerment to today's disadvantaged women

In commemoration of the 1956 Women's March to the Union Buildings, the Southern African Institute of Learning (SAIL) will launch their 1956 Women's Business Empowerment Programme...

11 Sep 2018

21 entrepreneurs get a leg-up from SAB KickStart Boost

Twenty-one young South African entrepreneurs have been selected by SAB's youth entrepreneurship programme, SAB KickStart Boost, to receive support over the coming three months...

10 Sep 2018

Kenyan, SA startups winners of MIT African innovation challenge

Three startups from Kenya and one from South Africa have been named winners of the MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge in Africa, earning the chance to compete for US$250,000 in prize money at the global final...

By Tom Jackson 10 Sep 2018

#YouthReport2018: The SA jobseeker's catch-22, micro-privileges and the rise of 'adulting'

The third session of the UCT Unilever Institute of Strategic Marketing's Youth Report 2018 release was presented by Martin Neethling, director of groceries at Pioneer Foods, and was all about the 18- to 24-year-old market, the changing definition of teenagers and the game-changers in this regard...

By Leigh Andrews 10 Sep 2018

5 great questions to spring clean your business tactics

Spring has sprung and it's a great vantage point to assess how well we've done so far...

By Heinrich van der Vyver 6 Sep 2018

How to leapfrog your industry's disruption and future-proof Africa

Mann Made recently disrupted themselves before anyone else could with a rebrand. Here's how what started out as a wedding video company by three brothers in 2000 has transformed into a storytelling, forward-thinking, 65-employee strong experiential brand agency that hosts the SingularityU SA Summit...

By Leigh Andrews 4 Sep 2018

Why Tanzanian women entrepreneurs don't apply for formal loans

With an annual GDP growth of 7% since 2013, Tanzania is one of the fastest growing economies in sub-Saharan Africa....

By Vanessa Naegels 4 Sep 2018

Is it possible to rebuild trust in South African institutions?

Corruption thrives in environments where there is little or no trust, so rebuilding trust in South African institutions should be a priority says Dr Tim London, senior lecturer at the UCT Graduate School of Business, who will be speaking on the topic at the upcoming Leaderex 2018...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 3 Sep 2018

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