Cape Town Calls For Aspirant And Existing Young Entrepreneurs To Overcome Economic Challenges

From Ideate Fri Nov 9 2012, 01:00:04

Cape Town is known to be the entrepreneurship capital of South Africa, but economic migration to the City as reflected in the latest census figures means that local efforts to support entrepreneurship must be redoubled, says Alderman Belinda Walker, Mayoral Committee Member for Economic, Environmental & Spatial Planning. Alderman Walker says the two-day Youth Entrepreneurship [...] Related posts:

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