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Agribusiness in South Africa: Why you can be working the field

By |2021-10-12T08:15:13+00:00August 19th, 2021|Articles|

Agribusiness refers to the enterprises, industry, system, and the field of study of the interlinked economic value chains in agriculture and bio-economy Below, we provide a brief overview of the field in South Africa, and some things you may want to consider before stepping into, or onto, the field. South Africa has a market-oriented

What is BEE and BBBEE all about?

By |2021-10-12T08:15:25+00:00August 5th, 2021|Guides|

BBBEE (Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment) is the term used to define the South African post-apartheid government’s policy approach to business ownership and management in order to address historical disadvantage of black people as a result of Apartheid. BEE (Black Economic Empowerment) is the broad idea of the policy and BBBEE is the implementation

Everything you need to know about Business Loans

By |2021-10-12T08:15:36+00:00July 29th, 2021|Guides|

When applying for a business loan, it is important to understand what types of loans are available, and which loan is the perfect fit for your business and your business strategy. Remember, a business loan becomes a liability (something to pay off), so it should always be a last resort - if your business

The growth of the “side hustle” culture in South Africa

By |2021-10-12T08:15:49+00:00July 15th, 2021|Articles|

Side hustles. It seems everyone has them today, right? At least, that is what the dominant cultural consensus seems to be saying. But where did this phenomenon come from? The side hustle is shifting and shaping our relationship to employment as a whole. The side hustle, according to Urban Dictionary, is a sideline that

E-commerce: All you need to know for your business in South Africa

By |2021-10-12T08:17:56+00:00March 31st, 2021|Guides|

According to Expert Hub, South Africa’s ecommerce market is worth R10 billion per year and the number of online shoppers is expected to have reached 24.79 million in 2021. Companies like Amazon, Takealot,  Raru and BidorBuy take up a large amount of that market share. However, many business owners are using this method to

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