Founder of Eyadini Lounge, Jabulani Zama, shares his business journey with us
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba laid out significant plans for local entrepreneurs at the opening of the Global Entrepreneurship Congress in Sandton today
The future seems gloomy for aspiring business owners in South Africa as the number of entrepreneurs in the country decreases dramatically
One young man is on a mission to change the lives of thousands of informal recyclers in and around country
EY is calling for nominations for the 18th Southern Africa World Entrepreneur Award programme
A descendant of the Ezulwini Prince Dabulamanzi kaMpande’s royal house, Nontwenhle Mchunu (31) is claiming her stake in the heavenly world of chocolate
In SA’s own edition of Dragons’ Den, great business minds, Polo Leteka Radebe, Lebo Gunguluza, Vusi Thembekwayo, Gil Oved and Vinny Lingham will be challenging Mzansi entrepreneurs to prove that their ‘Big Idea” is deserving of funding or mentorship
Six years ago they were the victims of a racist initiation ritual at the hands of four white male students at the University of Free State. Today they are the proud owners of a cleaning company
Award winning entrepreneur Darlene Menzies has launched an online accounting and small business management system designed to simplify finance management for entrepreneurs and small business owners
Once the dust settles over what analysts are touting as the most important election since the advent of democracy, the ANC plans to establish a ministry dedicated to small to medium enterprise (SME) development in a bid to drive economic growth.
Amid the political furore surrounding the Employment Equity Amendment Bill, less focus has been placed on what it will mean for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). DESTINY looks at some of the amendments likely to have major implications for small business.
A medical duo has been awarded the Innovator of the Year Award in the 2013 Sanlam/Business Partners Entrepreneur of the Year Competition held in Rosebank, Johannesburg this week.
South African-born entrepreneur, Elon Musk, has unveiled a proposal for a mode of transportation that is very close to “Beam me up Scotty” (Picture: Getty).
At 13, Rouxve Meyer was bold enough to launch her very own website.