Kebalepile Matlhako, Transformation Specialist, The BEE Chamber (Image: Supplied)

THE POWER OF ENTERPRISE AND SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT IN SA

In reflecting on the historical context of economic development in South Africa, Kebalepile Matlhako, Transformation Specialist at The BEE Chamber, acknowledges the deliberate strategies implemented during the Apartheid era to stimulate economic growth. “As we navigate the complexities of the Read the full story

Black Business Council (Image: Supplied)

BBC CONDEMNS THE IRRESPONSIBLE UTTERANCES REGARDING TRANSFORMATION

The Black Business Council (BBC) strongly condemns the irresponsible and reckless utterances purported to be those of Mr Mteto Nyati regarding transformation and localisation. Mr Nyati is quoted in the Business Times as saying that in order to save Eskom, Read the full story

Siphiwe Dondolo (Image: supplied by Saki Mabhele)

FORGING A NEW PATH FOR SA RECRUITMENT INDUSTRY

COVID-19 left a myriad of disruptions to lives and businesses globally. Still, creating jobs remains a top priority for South Africa. The unemployment rate currently stands at 63,9% for those aged 15-24 and 42,1% for those aged 25-34. After two Read the full story

Solly Moloko (Image: Supplied)

WHAT ARE THE ODDS OF GROWING A POULTRY BUSINESS FOR BLACKS?

Most black entrepreneurs who venture into commercial farming are likely to fail. First, it is a capital-intensive business. Secondly, there is insufficient financial support for black farmers. Despite this, entrepreneurs like Solly Moloko are fighting tooth and nail to keep Read the full story

A shop owner (Image: SAB Foundation)

SAB BREWING ENTREPRENUERS TO PERFECTION

Applications are now open for the SAB Foundation Tholoana Enterprise Programme. Entrepreneurs who are living with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Applications are also welcome from businesses working in new and growing sectors such as export, manufacturing, food processing, water, energy and waste Read the full story