The report looks at Africa’s readiness for entrepreneurial innovation and the challenges that face African start-ups.
South Africa’s Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has championed access to broadband internet as imperative to developmental growth.
The World Economic Forum has supported its call to stimulate growth and create jobs on the continent with the launch of its Africa Growth Platform.
This is, by all accounts, brilliant. Luvuyo Rani has been on an incredible journey, and the son of Khayelitsha is achieving beyond his wildest dreams.
This was one instance where big business couldn’t get away with bullying “the little guy”. Shannon McLaughlin has come out on top in her battle with Woolworths.
It’s a David vs Goliath battle that David – or in this case, Shannon McLaughin – could end up winning, after she accused Woolworths of stealing her designs.
Shannon McLaughlin believes that Woolworths have completely ripped off her baby carrier design, and she says she’s got the receipts to prove it.
This is what we like to see. Start-up companies and small business owners have received a major shot in the arm from the government.
Mayor Herman Mashaba’s comment about Ebola was deemed factually incorrect and insensitive.
These two startups from Cape Town are going places.
SAB and Anheuser-Busch InBev are taking inner-city farming to new heights.
The truck was stolen from Sheehama Onesmus’ home in Imizamo Yethu.
The entrepreneur announced on social media that Ziyanda Appliances, the ‘world’s first African Premium kitchen appliances,’ will launch in 2019.
Yeah, we all know he’s South Africa, and we all know he sends cars into orbit for a laugh. But what else is there to know about Elon Musk?
As usual, the pay-day loan company Wonga is in the news for all the wrong reasons. But who is Errol Damelin, and what do we know about him?
She is a lawyer-turned-property developer who’s building an empire…one skyscraper at a time.
The energetic businessman is in Cape Town to get our social media poppin’!
If young people are equipped with the right skills in school, entrepreneurship becomes a viable career option
Remember the name Labinot Bytyqi – it certainly is a unique one…
With this new platform and its advanced software technology, Bountly intends to create a significant wave of change in the unemployment market in South Africa.
Because of Nomvuyo Treffers, big hair no longer means you have to take care when swimming
Sihle Tshabalala was declared a child genius at the age of 16. By 19, he was a convicted criminal.
The six-woman team beat 4,000 other applicants to win a R45,000 grant