With all the Ponzi schemes and the number of people who fall for them, I have come to believe that the problem with entrepreneurship and investment in African countries is not that there is no money to fund entrepreneurs, it is that there is not enough education for investors.
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Entrepreneurs are going to make it, with or without government's assistance. The rest are going to call it luck
I don't see why Ramaphosa is president after Zuma. SA is still at downfall. SA doesn't need general secretaries of unions to lead the country. SA need entrepreneurs who respect profit before tax monies.
To my entrepreneurs, remember...Rome wasnt built in a day, keep hustling and the success will come.
The lending startups I keep meeting are glorified local money lenders who are actually using local money lending licenses to lend at high rates. They are playing the access game more than the education or new product creation game. Entrepreneurs need investments, not just loans.