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Menisha Moos, Wise Sambo

01 January 2018

English

Township Studies Librarian Two

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Township Studies Group

South Africa

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Economic development

Economic growth

Economics

Human settlements

Livelihoods

Poverty & inequality

SMME

South Africa

Township

Township Studies Group

Urban

An Exploratory Study of Challenges Faced by Small Automotive Businesses in Townships

The Case of Garankuwa, South Africa

Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) are seen as an engine for economic growth and development in South Africa (SA), contributing about 36% of the total Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to the South African economy. Despite this positive contribution, the failure rate of small businesses in SA is worrying and estimated to be between 70 and 80.

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