According to latest government statistics the unemployment rate in South Africa is around 30-per cent. And many South Africans - both young and old - have given up looking for work. They are now setting out to establish ventures with meagre resources just to earn a living. CCTV's Rene Del Carme met up with one of them in Cape Town.
It was a gathering of Heads of State and various senior officials, showing their engagement to strengthen intra-African trade, cooperation and recognising the importance of the private sector to do so at the Africa 2017 Business Forum in Sham El Sheikh, Egypt.
A Belgian chef, baker and entrepreneur in South Africa is sharing his knowledge with students from formerly-disadvantaged communities.The aim is to empower them to learn as much as possible about baking, so they'll be able to sell bread and other delicacies at a profit.Rene del Carme has that story on grassroots tonight
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কেউ কেউ চাকরি করেই ভালো থাকতে পারবে।
যারা বিজনেসে নামতে চায়। তাদের কিছু জিনিস আগে থেকেই জেনে রাখা ভালো।
Head-wraps have always been a popular item of clothing for African women. They are worn at weddings, funerals, celebrations -- and more recently as a symbol of black consciousness. A South African entrepreneur has seen an opportunity -- and turned the traditional head wrap into a ready-to-wear fashion accessory. Take a look.
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We speak to Amina Hersi, one of Africa's most successful female entrepreneurs.
As the dust has settles following yet another round of xenophobic violence in South Africa and the repatriation of hundreds of Nigerian nationals back home courtesy of the Nigerian government, we hear from a Nigerian national who not only didn’t take up the flight but also has more than one reason to stay in South Africa.
Over in South Africa, more and more young people are joining the agricultural sector in large numbers. Dima-katso Se-khoto is one such example. The 34-year-old left a successful career in the financial industry to work as a farmer. She is one of a growing number of well educated, young South Africans who are interested in building a thriving agricultural business. Yolisa Njamela has that story on grassroots, tonight.
The state of entrepreneurship in South Africa has changed yet we hear very little about that narrative.So much has happaned and is currently happening to change this landscape therefore we need to start engaging with process we have made.Instead of saying there are no black owned competent businesses, we need to ask whereare they and what support do they need.
Abigail is a strategist, with passion to empower small business owners so that they can build for growth. She is the founder of Tushiyah Advisory Services, providing design and implementation of SME and Entrepreneurial Development programmes.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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