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WANT TO START A BUSINESS? THREE ENTREPRENEURS SHARE THEIR TOP TIPS

The 2017 Entrepreneurial Ecosystem of South Africa: A Strategy for Global Leadership Report revealed that South Africa ranks 55th out of 137 countries in terms of encouraging entrepreneurship. The report, commissioned by the SAB Foundation and the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation, shows that South Africa scores better on entrepreneurial aspirations pillars than many of its […]

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SAB Foundation calls for entrants to 2018 Tholoana Programme

Do you desire to accelerate the success of your small business? Would you benefit from a two-year programme of professional business development support? The SAB Foundation invites applications from viable, black-owned businesses wishing to be considered for the 2018 Tholoana Enterprise Programme. More than 100 emerging entrepreneurs in all nine provinces have had their success […]

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SOCIAL INNOVATION AND DISABILITY EMPOWERMENT AWARDS 2017 WINNERS ANNOUNCED

The 24 winners of the SAB Foundation Social Innovation and Disability Empowerment Awards 2017 were announced in Johannesburg on Monday evening, 23 October 2017. The SAB Foundation has awarded over R9 million to these incredible small businesses. Social Innovation Award Winners The first prize of R1.3 million was awarded to GrassBeef by Livestock Wealth. GrassBeef, […]

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The New Age – Small businessman thinks big

Thabo Ntswane, the entrepreneur behind Thabo Equipment and Tools Hire, and a participant of the Tholoana Enterprise Programme, was recently featured in the New Age. Read his story here.

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SAB launches entrepreneurship campaign to create 10 000 jobs in SA

The South African Breweries (SAB) announced today it will help create thousands of jobs in South Africa and increase opportunities for entrepreneurs to become part of its supply chain through its key entrepreneurship programmes. From rural entrepreneurs to big business, SAB has laid the foundation to support entrepreneurs and create a total of 10 000 […]

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