Patrick Palmi, founder and owner of JustPalm.com, saw the need to build a proudly African global marketing business that could compete against the likes of Facebook and Google
EFF spokesperson and MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is a man bent on changing SA’s status quo – not with bullets, but with classrooms and black pride
Striking a balance between your worth and what your company can afford is a difficult dance, especially when it comes to negotiating a new – or improved – salary
Buchule Sibaca’s digital tax and accounting firm SMTAX offers South Africans a convenient and reliable solution to revenue problems
What exactly is the function of the SA Reserve Bank (SARB) – and is its protected status in terms of our constitution really merited? Economist Xhanthi Payi investigates
Establishing a thriving business in an industry as capital-intensive and tightly controlled as bus transport is no easy task, but Tumisang Kgaboesele has managed to do just that in three years
Fake news is bad enough for consumer sentiment, influencing people’s perceptions in skewed and dangerous ways. But its propensity to influence the market and manipulate value is an added threat – and it’s on its way to SA
Zuko Tisani (25), owner of Legazy Technology Conferencing, was inspired to become self-employed by his mother, whom he attributes with shaping his entrepreneurial journey
Maboe resigned from a job as a stope worker at Lonmin in 2009 to start his own business
In March this year, the business community was taken by surprise when Mteto Nyati resigned as CEO of MTN South Africa to take up the top post at Altron
A lot has been said about South Africa’s recent “junk status”, so how do we pull our economy back from the brink, and are there any opportunities that can be exploited?
As a discerning playwright, Phala O Phala is constantly drawn to plays that confront serious social issues. Last year, he staged a play tackling one that was pivotal to his upbringing
Brett Naicker is a wine entrepreneur who helps small wine farmers with the selling and marketing of their products to gain a foothold in mainstream production
South Africa’s proposed switch to nuclear power seems driven more by political will than financial sense. Do we really need nuclear power?