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4:10
3 hours ago

Top eight courses and webinars for entrepreneurs

Heavy Chef and Insaka offer plenty of materials designed specifically to empower South Africa’s growing community of entrepreneurs and help them achieve their goals.

1:30

Bayer Foundation opens applications for start-up programme

Sub-Saharan Africa tech start-ups are invited to apply for the Bayer Foundation’s Social Impact Start-up Academy programme.

4:10
Yesterday

Four local fintech start-ups bag R2m in funding

AlphaCode selects the best up-and-coming fintech start-ups that will participate in the second phase of its incubation programme.

7:30

Connectivity accelerating digital transformation for SMEs

Digital transformation is presenting new opportunities for SMEs, but to access cloud services and establish an online presence, reliable and affordable connectivity is a must, says MTN Business.

3:00

Diversify your small business for growth

Make use of software or ticketing systems to streamline internal and external productivity, says Domains.co.za.

2:40

Entrepreneurs turn their mourning into funeral service app

After losing both parents, brothers Mordecai and Michael Pitela establish a start-up to help bereaved families seamlessly arrange a full-service funeral.

4:50
Thursday

Print helps businesses punch above their weight in fight-back to commercial success

Many businesses have seen a drive towards centralised solutions to be able to withstand the economic effects of the previous year, says Pieter Pieters, product manager for B2B Pro Print at Canon SA.

3:40

Digital mergers potentially face greater scrutiny

The Competition Commission has invited public comment on proposed amendments to Small Merger Guidelines, which expand the scope of potentially notifiable mergers in digital markets, says Webber Wentzel.

2:20
Wednesday

FNB, Sage automate transaction sharing for SME customers

FNB customers will be able to share their financial transaction history with Sage via a secure API.

4:50

Cape Town becomes major tech start-up investment hub

Roughly R1.2 billion disclosed investments were injected into Cape Town’s tech start-ups across 46 deals in 2020, reveals investment promotion agency Wesgro.

1:40

City of Cape Town pilots e-commerce platform for SMEs

The e-commerce platform will enable small business owners to move their companies online and increase economic opportunities.

3:10

Cape Town edtech start-up iXperience gets R35m investment

Kalon Venture Partners and Caleo Private Equity announce a $2.5 million Series A co-investment in the educational technology company.