Prof Fiona Tregenna, Where have all our entrepreneurs gone?

Date: May 26, 2016 | News

26 May 2016

“The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor South Africa report, released yesterday in Cape Town, said that the number of South Africans interested in starting a business has halved since 2010.

The decline has been particularly sharp among blacks and women.
The report’s co-author, Mike Herrington, said last week’s news that Egypt had overtaken South Africa as the continent’s second-biggest economy should have sounded the alarm… ” – The Times newspaper.
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