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Pan-African Startup Acts Webinar

Watch the second SA Startup Act webinar on Pan-African Startup Acts in partnership with UK-South Africa Tech Hub. We discuss best practices and recommendations for drafting a Startup Act that enables high-growth, high-impact innovative startups with four key startup leaders, Noomane Fehri (Tunisia), Victor Otieno (Kenya), Kasim Sodangi (Nigeria) and Alison Collier (South Africa) who were instrumental in the drafting of their country’s Startup Acts.

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Power FM interview with Alison Collier

Listen to the Power FM interview as SA Startup Act Steering Committee member and MD at Endeavor South Africa, Alison Collier chats to Power FM host, Noluthando Mthonti. The interview discusses the need for ease of doing business in SA, reduction of red-tape and how we can enable high-growth startups to attract international capital investments.

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SA Startup Act Business Visa Webinar

In partnership with the UK-South Africa Tech Hub, the SA Startup Act Movement hosted a webinar on possible amendments to existing policies surrounding the current SA Business Visa. Steering Committee Chairperson of the SA Startup Act Movement, Matsi Modise moderated the webinar with an expert panel of high-growth startup entrepreneurs, Finn Plotz and Brandon Paschal, and a special contribution from Graham Peachy, Senior Policy Advisor for the UK Home Office.


Smile FM interview with Matsi Modise

The SA Startup Act Steerco Chairperson, Matsi Modise chats to @Smile90.4FM host Bernito Vergotine to discuss the proposed policy amendments, some of which are the startup and remote working Visa, and the reduction of red tape that are currently preventing startups from scaling their businesses and, ultimately, creating jobs.

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The Start up Act South Africa - Presentation

Tunisia and Senegal have paved the way with their Startup Act regulations and we believe, as a collective of entrepreneurs, investors, incubators, accelerators that there is a phenomenal opportunity to set up similar regulations in South Africa to accelerate the digital economy.