Agenda in Focus: Social Entrepreneurs

Three strategies that can help social enterprises survive and thrive

Social enterprises need to be proactive in improving their internal processes and structures.

Social enterprises need to be proactive in improving their internal processes and structures. Image: Unsplash/Safari Consoler

Willie Tafadzwa Chinyamurindi
Senior Lecturer in Business Management, University of Fort Hare
Motshedisi Mathibe
Senior Lecturer Gordon Institute of Business Science, University of Pretoria
Progress Hove-Sibanda
Associate Professor of Logistics, Nelson Mandela University
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