Government

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Take a deep breath

It's a matter of law

How will the Draft Liquor Amendment Bill of 2016 affect the hospitality industry?

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SA businesses

Need accountable leaders

Corruption Watch is of the view that perceptions of corruption will not change until political and business leaders are held accountable for their conduct.

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Impact of red tape on business

Red tape hampers business and job creation

Over-regulation is one of the obstacles for small businesses to thrive and there’s a prospect for more control, interference and restrictions on business activities if the Business License Bill is promulgated.

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Protect your business against crime

“By failing you prepare, you are preparing to fail.”

The benefits of using armed response security on your premises and the cost implications for smaller businesses.

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SMEs # 1 Challenge Gets Attention

My Business Expo Durban

Getting an innovative firm off the ground or expanding it requires money, but financing SMEs is a risky proposition for financiers.

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MEC Kolisile

Liquor traders remember MEC Kolisile

“MEC Kolisile opened the door for liquor traders and he listened to us. Before his death he was supposed to lead us in a responsible liquor trading programme. This is one of the things we'll remember him."

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IDC and BMF

Winners of IDC and BMF Business Plan Competition hailed

Xoliswa Qotyana won the maiden Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Business Plan Competition for the Greater Johannesburg region.

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SA tourism booming

SA tourism creates entrepreneur and job opportunities

According to the Statistics SA, for the period ending December 2011, the direct tourism contribution to gross domestic product (GDP) went up by 5% to R84.3 billion in 2011.

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Blue IQ and GEDA

Blue IQ and GEDA Merge

Gauteng MEC for Economic Development, Nkosiphendule Kolisile,recently launched the Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GDDA) — a merger between Blue IQ and the Gauteng Economic Development Agency.