12 edtech startups teaching South Africans [Digital All Stars]

12 edtech startups teaching South Africans [Digital All Stars] By Staff Reporter on 24 March, 2017  Digital All Stars is a series of articles which aims to celebrate the best of South African digital. The articles, which will appear on Memeburn and Ventureburn, recognise and celebrate South Africa’s best digital entrepreneurs, business people, advertisers, and […]

Startup Safari – Global Immersion Program to India in July 2017

Grow Global with Startup Safari  Startup Safari is a travel immersion program that connects the top African entrepreneurial talent to the fastest growing startup eco-systems around the world. Our programs facilitate cross border mentorship, collaborations and investments for African entrepreneurs.  Key Highlights: – Interact with game changing startups and technology  – Immerse in the fastest […]

Apply now for the Cherie Blair Foundation Mentorship Programme

The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women was established in 2008, with the mission of empowering women entrepreneurs in developing and emerging economies. Its vision is a world where women have equal opportunities to establish and grow businesses, resulting in a brighter future for women and their communities. The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women supports women […]

SA Innovation Summit call for speakers

Calling all entrepreneurs, innovators and innovation enablers! The 10th annual SA Innovation Summit (#SAIS2017) is your platform to inspire others through your innovation, thought leadership, programmes, processes and lessons learnt; your opportunity to contribute towards making the 2017 SA Innovation Summit the biggest, best and most enabling summit yet! The key focus areas for this year’s […]

Cape Town aims to be Africa’s technology hub

08 MARCH 2017 – 06:32 AM FARREN COLLINS Table Mountain panoramic Picture: THINKSTOCK Cape Town is looking to add another string to its burgeoning business-friendly bow by positioning itself as a launch pad for technology companies expanding into Africa. The Mother City already attracts foreign filmmakers and business process outsourcing companies. But now it has […]

SARB implements relaxations to IP Exchange Controls and Loop Structures for TMT companies

by Webber Wentzel, 2 March 2017 Following National Treasury’s announcement last week on proposed relaxations to the Exchange Control regulation of intellectual property (IP) in South Africa and Webber Wentzel’s ongoing lobbying, the Financial Surveillance Department of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) has implemented amendments to the Currency and Exchanges Manual for Authorised Dealers […]