Working together to grow an economy that benefits all
31 Aug 2010
On Tuesday, 31August 2010, government in partnership with SABC 1 brought you another episode of the reality show called "Rize Mzansi".
The eighth episode of this television series featured information on media and marketing skills in the tourism industry through the Tourism Enterprise Partnership (TEP).
Government offers economic opportunities available through TEP to small and micro enterprises hoping to get started in the tourism sector. TEP also makes grants available, which can help with start-up costs and marketing, provide ongoing training and assistance to help historically disadvantaged entrepreneurs.
The grants are there for SMMEs that are owned by historically disadvantaged entrepreneurs to get technical assistance on a cost sharing basis, through its Training and Technical Assistance Fund (TTAF).
To find out more about the Tourism Enterprise Partnership you can call them on 011 880 3790, or fax on 011 880 2740. You can also email them on firstname.lastname@example.org or write to them at PO BOX 1650, Houghton, 2041.
So, make sure to watch "Rize Mzansi" on SABC1 on Tuesday evenings between 18h30 and 19h30 as it highlights the economic opportunities in the inclusive economy for emerging entrepreneurs and potential beneficiaries.
Visit www.gov.za every Wednesday until 6 October 2010 to find out about economic opportunities that were aired on "Rize Mzansi".
Issued by: Government Communication and Information System (GCIS)
31 Aug 2010
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