Entrepeneurs / Startups

 
Page 1 of 2

Black Friday: More South Africans shop with less money PayU, the emerging market payments leader, reveals that everything from the late-night shopping frenzy, to payment methods, to basket size has changed when it comes to Black Friday. Despite a significant increase of 30 percent in transaction volumes compared to last year, the total spend for the day......
Continue reading »
Sandile Shabalala joins Sasfin as Chief Executive of Business and Commercial Banking Sasfin has announced that Sandile Shabalala will join them as Chief Executive of Business and Commercial Banking. Having successfully led the establishment and formal launch of the new TymeBank in February 2019, and, as former Managing Executive of Business Banking at Nedbank for 11 years, Sandile i......
Continue reading »
MySociaLife shortlisted as StartUp Company of the Year South African online safety and digital life skills program, MySociaLife, has been shortlisted as the 2021 ‘StartUp Company of the Year’ at the GESS Education Awards Dubai to be held on the 15th November....
Continue reading »
Sasfin’s sharp U-turn: Income jumps 11.65% - Annual report Sasfin posted headline earnings of R141.1 million (2020: loss of R48.6 million) for the year ended 30 June 2021. This improvement was largely driven by an 11.65% increase in total income to R1.303 billion and improved credit performance. Return on equity improved to 9.11% (2020: -3.12%)....
Continue reading »
World Youth Skills Day: Unemployment drives unrest In the midst of South Africa’s deep unrest, 15th July is World Youth Skills Day. Tragically, the country's youth unemployment rate reached a new record of 32.6%, the highest since the quarterly labour force survey began in 2008, totalling 7.242 million people out of work....
Continue reading »
Register
Register
Register
Register
© Mediaweb 2015