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    Kgosi Ledimo is the CEO of FNB Provincial and Local Government , Public Sector .In this portfolio, he is also responsible for Tertiary Institutions.He has a wealth of experience in the banking sector, he has operated within the industry for nearly 26 years. His career began with his involvement in various building societies as well as a number of different community based organizations. He has also spent a significant amount of time in the retail industry, most particularly the affordable housing space. Having spent 14 years involved in Public Sector Banking, Ledimo is extremely well skilled and experienced in the field of Government Business and Capacity Building for municipalities.

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    South African National Park (SANParks) is again opening its doors for free from Monday, 18 September until Friday, 22 September 2017 as part of the annual South African National Parks Week. This campaign under the established theme ‘Know Your National Parks’ will allow locals with valid identity documents an opportunity to spend a day at […]

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    Morne started his banking career in 1996, gaining valuable banking experience over time covering different aspects of banking. He has been involved with Franchising since 2003 building up a sound knowledge of the South African Franchise Industry and the workings between Franchisor, Franchisee and the Bank.

    Over the last ten years, the franchising industry has seen a trend of more women taking up opportunities in franchising and this is expected to further increase over the next five years. According to the international Franchise Association (IFA) there are more than 25% of women operating franchises in the world and that doesn’t include […]

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    Morne started his banking career in 1996, gaining valuable banking experience over time covering different aspects of banking. He has been involved with Franchising since 2003 building up a sound knowledge of the South African Franchise Industry and the workings between Franchisor, Franchisee and the Bank.

    As the South African economy continues to navigate economic challenges; the knock-on effect on consumers is one of the main issues keeping new franchisees awake at night. Despite the resilience of the franchising sector which contributes almost 12% to South Africa’s GDP; and generated a projected R493-billion turnover in 2016; new franchisees are cautiously observing […]

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    Morne started his banking career in 1996, gaining valuable banking experience over time covering different aspects of banking. He has been involved with Franchising since 2003 building up a sound knowledge of the South African Franchise Industry and the workings between Franchisor, Franchisee and the Bank.

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    South Africa has over 35 000 franchise outlets that employ more than 300 000 people. Consequently, franchising holds the key for job creation, because the failure rate of franchise businesses is far less than a regular start-up. In spite of the economic slowdown that is having a knock-on effect on small businesses, the franchise sector continues […]

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    Dheshen has been in the banking industry for roughly 15 years, the last 7 of which have been with FNB. He has held various roles and his experience covers Information Technology, Contact Centre Management, Sales, Campaign Management, Retail Banking and Business Banking. Dheshen currently serves has a Solutions Manager within FNB Business, focusing on value adding strategic initiatives.

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    It’s a well-known fact that most start-ups close their doors not because they cannot generate revenue, but rather because they run into cash flow problems. Nowadays it’s much easier to make cash flow predictions using online software and cloud solutions. There’s a saying that “revenue is vanity, cash flow is sanity” – but it’s a […]

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