Andile Khumalo
August 13, 2017
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The role of men in the empowerment of women

Earlier this year I received an invite from Judy Dlamini to be part of a panel discussion for the launch of her book, Equal But Different: Women Leaders' Life Stories - Overcoming Race, Gender and Social Class. Sis Judy, as she is fondly known to many of us, wrote th...

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IAAE
August 8, 2017
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Millennials, Don’t Make These Mistakes When Starting A Business Online

Starting a business is easier said than done. While 66% of millennials say they want to become entrepreneurs, only 3.6% of all businesses are owned by someone under the age of 30. Why aren’t millennials walking their talk? For starters, launching a business is noto...

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IAAE
July 30, 2017
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The Truth Behind 12 Common Startup Funding Myths

The recipe for business success requires a dose of ambition and dedication, and a healthy portion of perseverance, but make no mistake about it, money is the ingredient that will ultimately make it sustainable. Funding a startup business, however, is a tricky propo...

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6 Honest Truths About Failure That All Entrepreneur Should Embrace

One of the biggest factors holding back new and aspiring entrepreneurs is the fear of failure. The reality is that the vast majority of successful entrepreneurs have, at one point or another, failed at some kind of business challenge. Personally, I have had more busi...

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IAAE
July 12, 2017
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Starting Early: Benefit for or Barrier to Entrepreneurship

"Entrepreneurship is all about exploring the unknown, treading uncharted territories and waiting and delaying do not make it any easier" A serious age race is on in today’s start-up world where individuals who start early are considered more successful than tho...

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IAAE
July 11, 2017
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How to Start a Business With (Almost) No Money

You’re excited to start a business. Maybe you have an idea, or you’re just fascinated with the idea of launching and growing your own enterprise. You’re willing to take some risks, like leaving your current job or going without personal revenue for a while. But th...

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IAAE
July 6, 2017
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Your move: How to Beat the Competition

Starting a business - and making it last - is not for the faint hearted. With more entrepreneurs, products and apps springing up by the day, competition is stiff. One of the mistakes entrepreneurs make is trying to outdo the competition, a better strategy is to outdo yo...

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IAAE
April 6, 2017
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I AM AN ENTREPRENEUR COMES TO LIMPOPO THIS EASTER

Following a sold-out workshop in Johannesburg last month, I AM AN ENTREPRENEUR makes its way to Limpopo on Saturday, 15 April 2017. Our guest entrepreneur is Giyani-born serial entrepreneur Tirhani Mabunda. From a teacher to a multi-million rand world-class serial ent...

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IAAE
March 1, 2017
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A list of South Africa’s top business schools

By Yamkela Mdaka  Here are the top 10 business schools our country has to offer as ranked by Eduniversal Recently Eduniversal, a global universities and business schools ranking ran by rating agency SMBG, released their latest ranking of the best business schools ...

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IAAE
February 28, 2017
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The problem with social entrepreneurship in SA

By Andy Hadfield I was excited to see that LeadSA and the Bertha Centre have setup a podcast series around Social Entrepreneurship - Social Enterprise 101 (iTunes). There is precious little content around this space in South Africa. This is a quality production and...

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