SARS is looking to improve the current system of processing import and export declarations, which is big news for those who are involved in the game.
There’s serious money to be made from identifying a need in the market, and then solving it, but the experts will tell you that it’s not all plain sailing.
If the good people of China decide they like something, there’s generally a global boom that follows. That’s great news for some South African farmer.
I read a book a while ago called ‘Wealth Secrets of the 1%.’ The book analyses historically wealthy people and suggests how this knowledge can be applied today. The one point made by the author really struck home.
Seth Rotherham detailed the birth of his cane furniture business (malawicane.com) in a book entitled ‘Work is a sideline, live the holiday.’ That was three years ago – let’s see where things are now.
Everyone knows property prices in Cape Town are shooting through the roof, but the new struggle might be the one for decent industrial space.
We know that a great deal of our natural resources find their way overseas to make other people untold riches, but what about something you could get involved in?
It is estimated that around 70% of local businesses fail within the first year, and one of the biggest stumbling blocks is dealing with the red tape.
The Ebola outbreak is starting to have an impact on other industries across the world – and the chocolate industry is now one of the victims.
One can never be too careful, or to crafty, when it comes to drug trafficking (not that I know). We’ve seen drugs in hair, food, aerosol cans… and now a Jaguar.