Small Business has Big Plans

Cape Town – If the plans of the small business sector in South Africa, traditionally a very tough place to survive, are anything to go by the future looks bright. According to the 2016 National Small Business Survey, released on Tuesday, 92 percent of small businesses in South Africa are actively shrugging off the tough 

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Naspers Targets Education for Growth

Johannesburg – Naspers plans to expand in education software as Africa’s biggest company by market value searches for a repeat of the profitable bet it made on Tencent Holdings of China. The owner of Africa’s biggest pay-TV service is seeking to build on investments in U.S. education-technology companies Udemy and Brainly that it made earlier 

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Article of the Day: The Psychology of Hope and Earning a Livelihood

South Africa continues to face an economic-socio-political crisis. The harsh reality of South Africa’s economic crisis suggests one of the highest Gini Coefficients in the world. Unemployment figures continue to rise. The draft policy issued by the Department of Higher Education and Training reveals that 68% of South Africa’s unemployed are in the 15-34 age 

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