BLACKBRANDS-TOGETHER WE DO BETTER. Help South Africans join the cause to support black owned business.

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HELP JUMP START A PROJECT TO PROMOTE BLACK OWNED BUSINESSES IN SOUTH AFRICA

http://blackbrands.co.za/

We are a company committed towards identifying, promoting and assisting black owned businesses in South Africa through out innovative marketing strategies.

we have a website which serves as a directory to find black owned businesses anywhere in South Africa rendering every concievable service. We run this service for free and need funds to update and maintain our site as well as employ agents to go throughout the country finding and recruiting the businesses.

Black South Africans comprise of more than 70% of the population but collectively own less than 20% of the land and wealth of the country! They are still facing the horrific effects of Apartheid and to this day struggle to get included into the main stream economy despite policies like BEE (Black economic empowerment)

Worse yet the few who are brave enough often just cant compete against the older, bigger white owned corporations. So we started this initiative to educate and rehabilitate the minds of black consumers to realize its in their best interests to support black owned business. And we are pulling out all the stops to make that decision not only practical but beneficial to them.

Please help with whatever you can. Every dollar counts!

http://blackbrands.co.za/

HELP JUMP START A PROJECT TO PROMOTE BLACK OWNED BUSINESSES IN SOUTH AFRICA

 

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