Securing livelihoods: a gendered analysis of support interventions available to street traders in the Durban Metropolitan Area
School of Development Studies (incorporating CSDS), University of Natal, 2000 - Business & Economics - 43 pages
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Local governments approach to supporting SMMEs
Supporting street traders in what they are currently doing
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assist Business Clinic Business Development Centre business skills training C J Skinner Campbell College Central Local Council co-operatives courses CSDS Research Report currently database Department of Labour Development Studies disbursing loans Dlamini Durban Metropolitan Area Employed Women's Union Enterprise entrepreneurs established example existing service providers FINCA fresh produce funding identified Inanda Industry Training Board informal economy workers Institution Contact person Interviews were conducted Ithala Khula Khuphuka Kopele Trading KwaZulu Natal KwaZulu-Natal Land Bank LBSCs less than R1000 micro-enterprise micro-entrepreneurs micro-finance Nations Trust Ntsika operating Paramount Training Pinetown Pretoria providing loans providing training Report No 34 savings component School of Development service very small SETAs SEWU SIYB small businesses SMMEs South Africa spaza street trader organisation Sukuma Trainers support services survivalist TBDC Team Renovate Thekwini Business Development trader organisation leader training institutions training interventions training service providers UNIVERSITY OF NATAL WIEGO women street traders Zulu