Dolly Rathebe Maverick Extraordinaire

Inspired by a school assignment which my daughter Taynita Harilal worked on for her History Grade 12 project in producing African Narratives the opportunity to create legacy content and information that can advance South African heritage using digital becomes easier to share. The ten things I have learnt about Dolly Rathebe, a maverick and extraordinary South African who was an artist, actor, model, singer and fashion icon and was born in Randfontein on 2nd April 1928 and passed away a the

#EntrepreneurConnect as a currency – The Power of Connections

Statistics SA pegs the unemployment rate in the region of 24%, with unofficial quotas putting this figure at 45% if not higher. The substantial contribution of SME’s to income, output and employment is evidence of the importance entrepreneurship plays in global economies.  In Asia 95% of all corporations employ up to 80% of the labour force and constitute 60% of the GDP. Whereas in South Africa SME’s employ 45% of the economically active population and constitute 45% of the GDP (source: