Tag: youth business indaba
The KZN Growth Fund has over R70 million to invest in young people’s start-ups. CEO Aubrey Shabane spoke to CNBC Africa’s Kopano Gumbi at the Youth Business Indaba about what they plan to do with their fund.
Thando Thusi is a former teacher turned young entrepreneur who has turned a social good into a thriving business. Isibani Group, is an education company that helps school leavers improve their matric marks, giving them a better shot at getting into an institute of higher learning of their choosing. CNBC Africa's Kopano Gumbi spoke to Thando at the Youth Business Indaba in Durban.
The CEO of Trade and Investment KZN, Neville Matjie admits the body could be doing more to invest in youth entrepreneurship. He spoke at the Youth Business Indaba about how they will work harder to turn ideas into action for young people.
Trade and Investment KZN hosted its first Youth Business Indaba in an effort to connect more young people to business opportunities in the province. CNBC Africa's Kopano Gumbi caught up with Thamsanqa Maqubela, CEO, South African Council for Graduate Co-Operatives.