Niamh Walsh-Vorster is a Durban based independent writer and photographer. She is a co-editor of award-winning zine Ja. Magazine and has had work published in Mail & Guardian, The Journalist, Chips!, Platform, Ignant, Durban is Yours. She was part of the Third Incubator Programme at The Market Photo Workshop in Johannesburg.
At the intersection of tourism, environmentalism and entrepreneurship, Green Corridors is helping the community in Durban.
Passion fuels the fire that lights up Smokin’ Joe’s
Behind the scenes of the first Yoco Pop Up Store in Soweto
Top 3 most used features of the Yoco Business Portal
5 ways Yoco Payments help new businesses
How to start selling at markets
Seasonal sales: How to deal with them
When should you register your business?
How to manage your time as a business owner
Meet the Yoco Product Team
Nick Jacobs: From London to Yoco
Shoe No. 14
Should you use your personal bank account for business?
Top 5 employee rights every entrepreneur should understand
Hands on at Hope on Hopkins
Sushi Box unboxes its potential with Yoco Capital
Meet the cyclists of Velokhaya
Meet the Yoco Finance Team
Saving the planet with iNkosi Eco Lodge
Carl Wazen on building successful partnerships
Business Networking for Shy Entrepreneurs
VAT 101: Getting money back from SARS
Finance lessons from #Escape
4 tips for selling on consignment
A Lolly To Make You Jolly on Cape Town’s beaches
Where to find business advice, guidance and inspiration
When will my new small business need a lawyer?
Sine Ndlela: Serving love with Yo Coco
The return of The Stack
How to get your business website to the top of Google Search
The best December markets
Growth lessons: 0 to 10k Yoco merchants
Five fundraising tips from Iris House Founder, Sue van der Linde
The story of Beerhouse
Tips on gratuity in restaurants and other businesses
How Siwe Matshisi is connecting people through business
‘Open’ is a resource for aspiring and current entrepreneurs to find the information and tools they need to build their businesses. At Yoco we believe in ‘Open Commerce’ - helping entrepreneurs thrive helps create jobs and grows the economy.