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67CEOs Global Entrepreneurship Week 2018 Press Release

With the National Development Plan (NDP) estimating that SMMEs will generate a whopping 90% of the 11 million new jobs expected to be created in South Africa by 2030, the rate of established businesses currently sits at a low 2.2%, with a high unemployment rate marked at 26, 7%, remaining unchanged throughout the first quarter of 2018 as compared to the last quarter of 2017. The ‘triple challenges’ often referred to, when addressing the high levels of poverty, inequality and unemployment

The 100th year of Nelson Mandela’s legacy – Celebrated by Mentors and Entrepreneurs

In the 100th year of Nelson Mandela’s legacy 67CEOs celebrated more than #67Minutes of Mandela Day giving back to young entrepreneurs through mentorship and guidance. The celebration boasted the presence of entrepreneurs and CEOs who have sustained purpose-filled journeys and longevity in their respective industries. Keynote Speech by Exxaro Resources CEO Over 100 delegates gathered at Radisson Blu, in Sandton to hear Mxolisi Mgojo, CEO of Exxaro Resources deliver a Keynote on Servant Leadership and its true meaning. Mxolisi began his talk

The Future of Sustainable Job Creation at #GEW2017

The Government alone can not create the jobs that they said they would. It’s you and I (entrepreneurs) who will create sustainable jobs” – Sam Apata On Monday, 13 November 2017, the first day of 67CEOs Fireside Chats took place. The session was moderated by Sam Apata, convener of 67CEOs with three CEO’s who formed part of the panel discussion under the theme The Future of Sustainable Job Creation and the topic was Promoting Sustainable Youth Entrepreneurship Culture (Solutions to youth high

67CEOs Initiative Takes Off During Global Entrepreneurship Week 2017

67CEOs is an initiative creating mentorship and guidance platforms for newly established entrepreneurs and SMME’s in partnership with established entrepreneurs who volunteer in service to the entrepreneurial community in the form of mentorship and SMME angel investments. The Issue Facing Start-ups and SMME’s In corporate South Africa – and arguably the world – direct access to top management is not common practice. This is justified when we take into consideration the amount of time and energy that Founders and CEOs put into