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Fast forward South Africa’s SME sector come 2030
Between today and 2030, the digital revolution will profoundly change how small business owners in South Africa operate, attract funding, grow their businesses and change our
09 Oct 2019
The Black Business Council At the forefront of economic transformation
There was a need for a platform that is dedicated to facilitating an over-arching confederation that represents black professional business associations and chambers. This led to
03 May 2019
Up, up and away The Minister of Transport supports the potential of the aviation industry to drive tourism growth
Nobody would disagree that the current economic conditions call for South Africans from every walk of life to pull together to reignite economic growth for a better life for all.
15 Apr 2019
A shining light in the education crisis NGO making a huge different in the lives of learners—by supporting the teachers
The SACTWU Edufundi project (formerly Edupeg) was established in 1998 and last year alone offered support to 286 teachers who look after 12 200 learners in 48 schools across four
27 Nov 2018
Never waste a troubling recession Leadership through the downturn
Exceptional times demand exceptional leadership. And make no mistake about it, these are unprecedented times. Our world was, until recently, more joined up and interdependent than
27 Nov 2018
Maxillaria Logistics A journey of perseverance to create world-class integrated, fit-for-purpose logistics solutions
Maxillaria Logistics was established in South Africa by the Lunga family to expand and build on their very successful logistics operation in Zimbabwe. This move has allowed
18 Oct 2018
The Innovation Hub collaborates with the 16th BBQ Awards The Innovation Hub collaborates with the 16th BBQ Awards to applaud transformational black business in South Africa
The Innovation Hub- an Innovation Agency of the Gauteng Province is excited to have partnered with the 16th annual Black Business Quarterly Awards through their sponsorship of The
08 Oct 2018
Minister Ayanda Dlodlo The Ministry for the Public Service and Administration’s new champion for change
South African citizens have, in recent years, often woken up to the news of a Cabinet reshuffle, mainly because the reshuffle has taken place too late for the average South
02 Aug 2018
Competition Amendment Bill of 2017 Proposed amendments generally strengthen provisions of the Competition Act of 1998
The letter and the spirit of the Competition Amendment Bill of 2017 (of 1 December 2017, “the Bill”) seem completely aligned on the issue of transformation.
09 Jul 2018
WHERE ARE ALL THE BLACK AFRICAN PROFESSIONALS? Not a lot has changed. Back in 2009, studies were conducted and reporters took to the debate on the transformational barriers inhibiting Cape Town. Today, in 2017, we are in the same place.
The same because there isn’t a business in Cape Town that reports gains in attracting and retaining black professionals. There are no case studies to show how it has been
08 Jan 2018




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