It is important to develop entrepreneurs so they are able to take their innovations to a commercial level. Governments and companies need to devote resources to developing higher levels of technical skills. Read more: http://ventureburn.com/2017/07/high-technology-innovative-entrepreneurship/
The end of Women’s Month calls for one more shout out to all the women out there working to achieve their dreams. You have the power to change the world. #womenmonth #ideas4chnage #socialinnovation #entrepreneurship #success #southafrica #empowerment #IDEAS4Change
In October 2016, we announced the winners of the 6th annual Social Innovation and inaugural Disability Empowerment Awards. With over 600 submitted applications and 23 finalists, it was no easy task for our final 12 judges to select the winners.
One of the beneficiaries of our Tholoana Enterprise Development Programme, Eveline De Lange, contacted us to let us know that a hat she made was worn by socialite and former Miss South Africa, Cindy Nell. She wore it at the Kenilworth Racecourse in Cape Town. “Once again I want to thank SAB Foundation and the […]
This article originally appeared in Bizcommunity. You can read the full article here. Written by Liesl Jobson. Elliot Nyathi of Elzo Poultry in Casteel Village gave no thought to the scraggly hens roaming loose in the backyard while growing up in Edinburgh Village. “Those chickens never laid eggs, but Mama boiled them for a tasty […]