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The ability to sell online, where the customers, anywhere in the world, can instantly get a shipping quote, can be exponential for Africa's growth.
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It has long been said that one of the most effective employment drivers is the formation of innovative and commercially viable businesses.
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They are terminally disinterested in the way things have always been done.
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The enthusiasm in entrepreneurship in Africa hasn't translated to investment in high-growth sectors such as agriculture or construction.
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SA's unemployment rate has been a ticking time bomb for some time.
You are an expert at something. You have special skills. Skills that might even be scarce. Years of acquired knowledge.
Black businesses are still viewed as the worker and not the producer so we do not have a significant say in the economy of business in South Africa.
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Internet access in Africa is improving, but #DataMustFall and digital skills must rise to harness the economic potential.
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Observing the free content made by digital influencers; it appears that experience economics exists particularly in that which takes place online.
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The future of Nigeria isn’t in big business, it’s small business. Not in the power of companies, but in the power of people.
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South Africa is still a young country and this is what makes it the ideal environment for those predisposed to entrepreneurship to thrive.
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The harsh fiction ban meant that while management could read balance sheets and sales reports, they didn't fare that well when it came to reading people.
Since graduating and choosing NOT to pursue the career of my CV, I have had fun outside the education system. I learned more than university ever taught me.