Durban Chamber CEO, Dumile Cele, in attendance at the launch, said that well-managed ESD programmes are key to ensuring real and sustainable business and economic growth in e Thekwini and the country as a whole.
On piano will be Sibusiso Mashiloane, who is no stranger to The Rainbow stage and audience, and who is finally getting the critical recognition he rightfully deserves.On saxophone will be Leon Scharnick who, as recently as 26 May, was fronting his own quartet at The Rainbow. Below is a user submitted and collected chart that presents a rapidly updated answer list for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire game for Facebook. If you’re reading this, you’ve just hit the jackpot with the ultimate lifeline!This final phase is the cornerstone of the programme and will have the participating SMMEs partnered with mentors, with a maximum of six mentees per mentor.
Each mentor will assist their mentees in consolidating the knowledge acquired during the past two years and act as a sounding board for the SMMEs to forge ahead in creating sustainable businesses and accessing new markets.Rounding off the quintet will be young drummer Kabelo Mokhatla.Mandla Mlangeni is a South African trumpeter and composer based in Johannesburg.She went on to thank the participating mentees for their commitment to the programme and their willingness to learn as well as the mentors for contributing their time and experience to the ESD programme.Dumile said that relationships are the real currency of commerce and creating a space where businesses can meet, interact and form meaningful mutually beneficial relationships is key to not only economic success but to bridging historic gaps in South Africa’s social and financial system.As a result, it has enabled the creation and growth of related hospitality businesses and contributed towards the overall growth of tourism in the city and the province as a whole.