by Mike Herrington
“The latest South African Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report found that only 10.1% of South Africans of working age intend starting their own business in the next three years, compared to 41.6% in the other African countries that were surveyed.
Even more disconcerting is that this rate of “entrepreneurial intention” has been declining in SA over the past few years. In 2013 it stood at 15.4%, while in 2010, it was 19.6%.”
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