19 June 2019, Benoni – The Startup Mzansi Foundation partnered with South Africa’s Domain Name Authority (.ZADNA) to train, equip and empower 40 young entrepreneurs from the City of Ekurhuleni. This joint initiative was as a result of ZADNA
Startup Mzansi is helping South Africans rediscover their entrepreneurial roots and embrace entrepreneurship as central to their national culture. By leveraging media, national institutions and social media channels and celebrating and showcasing a diverse range of entrepreneurial role models, Startup Mzansi is working to own the podium for entrepreneurship and show that entrepreneurship is for everyone.
Creating a vibrant culture of entrepreneurship requires that we reimagine the role of universities and colleges as feeders of entrepreneurial communities; cultivate entrepreneurial awareness, skills and mind-sets amongst South Africans of all ages and backgrounds; and, build an infrastructure of experiential learning principled on empowerment and giving back. As a nation, we need to celebrate and cheer on our entrepreneurs to increase their confidence and growth propensity; because their success advantages us all.
Extracting and analysing product data from traditional retail outlets enables businesses track their products’ market share vs. competition and compete effectively. Rwazi, a Mauritius-based data service company for developing retail markets, has offic
There has never been a better time to start your own business than right now We put together this Startup Guide for you, with a simple objective. I want to help you get your business started on the right track, while steering you clear of the most dangero
The information in Startup Mzansi Report is aimed to be a useful resource for Business Owners, Business Support Agencies, Funding Providers and Government to consider when formulating future interventions of support for businesses. The information and vie
Startup ecosystems are abuzz with terms like mentorship, assistance, and guidance. But for those who are new to the game, these words are just that: words. It’s easy to tweet and blog and publish content about how startup ecosystems need to help, guide,
A Case for Change As entrepreneurial community leaders, we are doing our entrepreneurs and start-ups a disservice by not bringing efficiency, measurability, and innovation into our ecosystems. This case for change is a look at a bold new world where entre
Benoni – Startup Mzansi Foundation a social enterprise supporting innovative entrepreneurship in South Africa is pleased to announce it’s partnership with Growthpoint Properties at Lakeside Mall. From the beginning of March 2019, Startup Mzans
The Africa 2018 Forum concluded on December 9th following two days of discussions involving African country heads, business leaders and entrepreneurs of the challenges facing, and opportunities available to, women, young people, the private sector and leg
Startup Mzansi is setting up a SADC-wide consortium to accelerate entrepreneurship and innovation in Southern Africa. The Startup Consortium of Southern Africa (SCOSA) is a collective of ecosystem stakeholders from all 14 SADC countries. Within each count
ZADNA joins Startup Mzansi’s #StartItUpCampaign/Tour 2018 to help entrepreneurs develop their digital presence
Startup Mzansi and the .ZA Domain Name Authority (ZADNA), stewards of the .ZA domain are working to help new entrepreneurs get their business online as partners in Startup Mzansi’s nationwide #Startitup Tour. “As many South African and internation