9.7.2019 04:53 pm
ScholarX says the world is moving towards a skills-based education, but there is no funding to open such opportunities for graduates.
ScholarX is a Nigeria-based company that was founded in 2016. It is one of the start-ups that graduated from Google Launchpad Accelerator Africa, a programme that was launched in 2018, and is committed to training 60 African start-ups over three years.
Starting a business is not easy, explains its owner, but she is tasting success while her customers savour the flavours of the continent.
Around 80% of the funding needs of SMEs are not met by banks, mainly because they do not have the structural capacity, says the CEO of Spartan.
Demand for the dolls has been so overwhelming that the business pair have launched Sibahle dolls with albinism and vitiligo.
There are still motor vehicle repairers and panel beaters in Durban who are not yet registered in terms of the Second-Hand Goods Act.
77% of SA organisations have experienced economic crime and CEO’s and boards are increasingly being held accountable for economic crime.
Getting into the letting game is exciting, but do your homework property first.
Here are five personalisation tactics written in collaboration with SA’s largest payment gateway, PayU, that you can implement into your sales strategy.
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R585 million and more Christmas presents for Murray & Roberts.
The statement noted that the agreement excluded the dispensing of prescriptions in the Netcare Hospital pharmacies.
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