Opportunities for the promotion of enterprise among students – the South African case
Author: Kirby, David A.
Source: Small Enterprise Development, 1 June 1992, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 47-52(6)
Abstract:It is obvious that there is a great need for small business and self-employment in both developed and developing countries. This article looks at the situation in South Africa, in particular, where there is an urgency to create a good environment for potential entrepreneurship among the black communities, and suggests change, using the experiences of programmes in the UK. Two placement and training programmes are analysed for their potential in raising student awareness of small business, and it is proposed that much could be adapted to suit the situations in developing countries.
Document Type: Short Communication