With a mission to bring convenience closer to people living outside urban hubs, Woolworths is extending its partnership with Engen forecourts to bring 46 new Foodstop shops to a wider market.
A newly-launched entrepreneurship centre brings small business owners one step closer to accessing new markets.
What started off as an informal gathering among friends has developed into a serious networking platform exposing entrepreneurs and start-ups to a world of new investment possibilities.
As a business owner you probably think you can trust your employees, but forensic investigators disagree, saying staff can actually pose the biggest threat to a business.
With an average of 15 tombstones stolen every month in Johannesburg, entrepreneur Mark Pringle has developed an alert system designed to protect the dignity of deceased loved ones.
Author of ‘How to build a happy sandpit’, Colin Browne, explores how companies can hire the best candidates by hiring for culture instead of skills.
According to the BankservAfrica Economic Transaction Index (BETI), South Africa’s economy is in decline following the strike in the motor industry.
The court has heard arguments from both Vodacom and Nkosana Makate over the ‘Please call me’ service, which Makate claims was conceptualised by him and passed off as then CEO Alan Knott-Craig’s idea.
Platinum supply from South Africa, the world’s biggest producer of the metal, is hovering around 12-year lows.
While conducting business in Africa is no child’s play, economists say it’s well worth your while to persevere through the challenges.
British platinum mine Lonmin has swung back into an annual net profit, recovering from a violent strike at its Marikana platinum mine in South Africa, it said on Monday.
Businessman, Burt Gunning has made the ‘S’ in franchise stand for success.
Revisions to the Women Empowerment and Gender Equality Bill — which calls for 50-50 gender equity across all “decision-making structures” in the private and public sector — has been met with more scepticism than excitement.
Hot on the heels of being crowned Africa’s best producer of global CEOs, Wits University has earned itself another top accolade, this time as the source of the most employable graduates as well as millionaires.