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An investigation into challenges of women entrepreneurship development in Soweto, South Africa
The study was conducted in Soweto, South Africa. The objective of the study was to determine the development and challenges of women entrepreneurs in Soweto, South Africa and to identify possible opportunities and ...
The evaluation of training on entrepreneurship skill by Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (GEP) in Johannesburg, South Africa
Many studies have revealed that training contributes significantly in the growth of enterprises. Training adds to the skills of SMMEs' owners, change their behaviour on how they perceive and conduct business activities ...
The role of small, micro and medium enterprises in employment creation in Botswana: the case of Gaborone
This study examines the contributions of SMMEs to employment creation in Botswana, specifically in Gaborone. My own data survey of October/November (2010) and secondary data have been used. It has been revealed that SMME ...
The contribution of women entrepreneurs to the economic growth of the North West Province, South Africa
This study investigated the contribution of women entrepreneurs to the economic growth of the North West Province. The aim of the study was to identify the contribution of women entrepreneurs in the economic growth, to ...
The role of background characteristics of individuals in the sustainability of grant based SMMEs
The case of small medium and micro enterprises has been a major concern for the new government of South Africa. The subject is given attention from the president down wards. There are different programmes such as the ...
Perception of secondary school teachers on the know about business (KAB) program in senior secondary school in Botswana
The purpose of this research is to investigate the perceptions of secondary school teachers on the Know About Business (KAB) programme in Botswana. They study adopted a survey as its research design. Data was gathered ...