Entrepreneurship

Why SA Needs More Women in Entrepreneurship

The role of household manager equips would-be women entrepreneurs with a range of useful skills…

OceanHub Africa Accelerator Invites Ocean-Minded Startups

African-based start-ups have until Sunday, 22 May 2022 to apply to an eight-month acceleration programme…

“Ideate” – First Virtual Edition Debate on the Creation of Innovative Women’s Businesses

The Standard Bank has recently promoted the first virtual edition of the year of the…

Government Wants to Promote Self-Employment Among Displaced Populations

Mozambique’s Northern Integrated Development Agency (ADIN) wants to promote self-employment projects to benefit over 800,000…

Government Will Allocate 33 Million Meticais to Fund Youth Initiatives

The Government will allocate 33 billion Meticais to finance youth projects this year in order…

African Startup Inflows Seen Hitting Record $5 Billion This Year

Fund raising by African startups is set to reach $5 billion in 2021, a higher…

Unlocking the Potential of Women Entrepreneurs in Uganda

What will it take to help women entrepreneurs reach their full potential in Uganda, where…

High Fees and Taxes Constrain Entrepreneurs – ACB Chair

Félix Machado, the recently elected new president of the Beira Commercial Association (ACB) who took…

“Private Sector Can Never Be Ignored or Minimized in the Development Process”

Minister of Industry and Commerce, Carlos Mesquita, this Friday, during the ‘Mozambique Agrobusiness, Industry and…

Capital Market Can Capitalize Entrepreneurship in Mozambique

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Mozambican Stock Exchange, Salim Valá, believes that the capital market can bring an added value in the Mozambican economy and in the promotion of entrepreneurship, as it is still being little used as a source of alternative financing by companies.