Saturday, 20 August 2022

In Business

South African small businesses are capable of sustaining the lives of their business owners, communities, and the national economy, as they are the largest employer (50% of labour force), and contribute over 30% of GDP. The World Bank and International Finance Corporation (IFC) call this sector "The Unseen Sector of South Africa". It is unseen because it is the most ignored yet has the greatest potential, as it is involved in all other sectors.

It is very important to have a good business plan in South Africa, because the markets are not as clear-cut as they are in advanced markets in Europe. A South African Start-Up requires more planning just to acquire the capital, because there is need to ensure that the business is executable, measurable, and most importantly, profitable.

A Company Profile is a must have for business growth in dynamically expanding economic territories in Africa, as it is elsewhere. Business in Africa is fast becoming demanding as most economies are on empowerment drivers of local entrepreneurs, and that creating a rise in the supply of alternatives for consumers.

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Cabanga Media Group (Pty) Ltd is publisher of thoughtful business magazines in several African markets, whose titles include Cabanga Magazine in South Africa, Moakanyi Magazine in Botswana, Mufakir Magazine in Egypt, Fikiria Magazine in Kenya, Yaada Magazine in Ethiopia, Ironu Magazine in Nigeria, and Ganizo Magazine in Zambia.