It’s becoming ever clearer thatentrepreneurship is the answer to the vexing economic questions facing Africa today: job creation, capital formation, skills acquisition, taxation-based self-sufficiency, quality of governance-demand, and of course social inclusion. But how has it actually evolved in Africa? Are there peculiar features of African entrepreneurship we may consider relevant to big global debates [...]Continue Reading →
A number of business opportunities – from recycling plastic, manufacturing components for solar water heaters to using fallow land to plant grains for biofuels – exist under a Green Economy accord signed yesterday.
The essence of the accord is to put the country on the road to environmental sustainability while reaping [...]Continue Reading →
Business sustainability issues are well documented and in these challenging economic times it may be hard to justify investment in the development of any skills, let alone investment in any green ones. But, now is the time – employing green skills in your organisation and investing in them will enable you [...]Continue Reading →
The idea to establish a dairy with green credentials came about in 2010, when a group of Eastern Cape dairy farmers decided [...]Continue Reading →
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