Small Business Focus

How to keep informal enterprises from being swallowed by messy politics.

I got very upset when I read an article that dismissed survivalist enterprises and informal entrepreneurs.

Yusuf Randera Rees

We talk so much able dual economies but I don't think we understand them properly

Yusuf Randera Rees

Awethu Projects is an SMME that started with 6 informal enterprises in Alexandra Township six years ago.

The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviewed CEO and Co-Founder Yusuf Randera Rees on his weekly Small Business Focus Feature

we've actually attracted over R100 Million into the informal space, primarily from government

Yusuf Randera Rees

Listen to Rees expand on why informal enterprises play such an important role in our Eco-system

Somewhere between 1.2 Million and 5 Million is the number or informal enterprises in the country and they make township and rural economies work

Yusuf Randera Rees

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