Lalela just launched an initiative called #BeReady where she and other professionals offer their expertise to help budding SA entrepreneurs.
Sibusiso Zwane has created the Sawubona Music Jam app that will help artists market their music at a fraction of the cost.
Applicants must be between 21 and 35 years of age, and either have a viable business idea or been in business for no more than two years.
From losing all his start-up capital to a scam to the COVID-19 pandemic, one KwaZulu-Natal entrepreneur has plenty experience weathering life’s ups and downs. He shares his story, and insights.
The taxman cometh…But don’t fear: This handy book gives the lowdown on tax refunds for small businesses
The 2019 winners of the annual Lilizela Tourism Awards have been announced, honouring excellence in South Africa’s tourism and hospitality industry.
Forbes Africa recognised these South Africans as the future in their respective professions.
SAB and Anheuser-Busch InBev are taking inner-city farming to new heights.
Carl, 22, has changed the landscape for young entrepreneurs with his ‘KnektMe’ app. He talked to us about business, pitching ideas, and what the future holds for SA’s tech generation
Carl Visagie has revolutionised the way business and investors interact with his KnektMe app
These girls most definitely rule the world
Last month, the influential magazine unveiled its 30 Under 30 young African entrepreneurs for this year.
Delicious, healthy snacks from a vending machine? Yup.
How are our local entrepreneurs fairing?