In recent years, many companies and private investors have seized the opportunity to invest in the South African market. Many of the top UK brands such as Barclays, Rolls Royce and Vodafone for instance have started to make significant investments in South Africa. Designated as a "high growth market" by UK Trade and Investment.
With South African investors starting to look within their own country, and angel investors from other parts of the world looking for the next high growth market, South Africa has a lot of potential for angel investments that bring high returns.
Many critics have mentioned that the issue of trust may pose an obstacle for such opportunities in South Africa, and that this could make people a bit reluctant to list their ideas on such a network, but so far the opposite has been true. A large number of entrepreneurs have signed onto our network, and angel investors can browse through our wide database of investment opportunities that are currently available.
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Auto Key Clinic is your one stop car doctor! We're running and our monthly income is growing. Our service is beneficial to our customers, as we're cheaper then the dealers.
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A concrete house that is stronger, performs better and is of a higher quality standard. This is what Archway International delivers
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An innovative technology execution platform that gives our Big Blue chip companies visibility of execution in store and through distribution. We have signed brands already
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The Drying Deli is a manufacturing business that dries fruit and other products, using unique technology that allows our end product to be preservative free.
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Med Consult Group is looking for funding to open 12 new general practitioner practices. We are offering return of 5% per month.
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The company will manufacture casual shoes for female and male, our target market are based international and national clothing retailers.