Ask Ervin Tu what he thinks SA should do to create a more vibrant venture capital (VC) sector and his answer is essentially that it isn’t about capital. 

He talks about how the engineers who came out of universities such as Stanford and Berkeley in California had ideas and launched new things, and because of the promise of those new things in a stable market with good infrastructure and discretionary income, capital followed...

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