Éducation et compétences

Start-uppeuses et lutte contre la pauvreté : un potentiel inexploité

Trader Nono Dawane greets customers at her small "spaza" shop selling cigarettes and cold drinks, in Cape Town's Khayelitsha township, June 28, 2011. Dawane is part of a drive by South Africa's Standard Bank to take banking to poorer areas. Customers to the shop, and about 140 others in the township, can also deposit,  withdraw and transfer funds from their accounts and purchase mobile phone airtime. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) - GM1E76T04Z501

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