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How to avoid entrepreneurial burnout

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JOHANNESBURG – Entrepreneurship can be immensely rewarding. But carrying the weight starting and running a business often requires a fair amount of mental resilience, because, in addition to overseeing all of the functions, there is a chance of an added sense of personal responsibility and legal liability to make decisions.

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Western Cape Manufacturing Indaba 2018 to Address Pressing Topics

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There are three weeks to go before the annual Western Cape Manufacturing Indaba, to be held on the 7th November 2018 at the Century City Convention Centre, kicks off. It is a revered platform for assembling provincial manufacturers and businesses to explore growth opportunities, uncover the latest manufacturing incentives and trends, as well as to network and collaborate with relevant contacts vested in the sector.

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Grand Parade chairman declares war against shareholders

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Hassen Adams, founder and executive chairman of Grand Parade Investments (GPI), is fuming and has accused a small group of shareholder activists of launching a ‘hostile takeover’ on the company. The shareholders, who collectively hold 12.5% of GPI, have requested – and been granted – an extraordinary general meeting (EGM), which will be held on October 31.

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Sanlam is now the largest insurer in Africa

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JOHANNESBURG – Sanlam on Thursday became the largest insurer across the African continent following its $1.05 billion (R15.37bn) splurge on Saham after regulators authorised the purchase of more shares in the Moroccan insurance group.

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