Like many entrepreneurs, the owners of Saryx Engineering Group (SEG), which recently scooped this year’s FNB Business Innovation Award, faced stumbling blocks on their business journey
After a journey marked by business smarts and the wisdom of knowing when to call it quits and when to persevere, Amanda Dambuza shares some of her entrepreneurial lessons.
As the founder of Simbarashe Casting, Shandu Mukwevho aims to provide opportunities for under-represented talent across the country
A social entrepreneur from Port Elizabeth, Whitney Jacobs, founded Employ Me SA after realising that most young people in the country do not have access to the labour market.
A serendipitous series of events led Lindani Dhlamini to becoming a chartered accountant and to leading one of SA’s top black-owned advisory firms – SekelaXabiso. Now nothing can hold her back
The face of the South African property sector is changing as more women make inroads into this traditionally male-dominated industry. We talk to Nosiphiwo Balfour, CEO of Texton Property Fund
[FEATURED] “The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no-one has ever been before.”
Lusanda “Lucy” Worsley has long surpassed her childhood dream of working in the advertising agency
Tsakani Mashaba, founder of lifestyle business Hamethop, takes us through her revolutionary business journey of creating grooming products specifically for the African man
Siyanda Ndugane, owner of Butter Jewellery, explains how she turned a childhood pastime into a thriving international business
Hellen Mabasa’s job as Hilton Worldwide’s Regional (Human Resources) HR Director for the Africa & Indian Ocean region shares how she juggles her responsibilities and ensures harmony and equality in the workplace
Meet Lindani Dhlamini, the woman at the helm of one of SA’s top black-owned advisory firms – SekelaXabiso
Portia Nondo took lessons learnt in 12 years of corporate banking and strategy consultation, and applied them to the business world. Now the owner of five McDonald’s franchises in the East Rand, Nondo shares her ten tips for franchisees seeking to buy multiple businesses
Nigerian brothers Anesi, 13, and Osine Ikhianosime, 15, have developed a mobile web browser that’s said to be faster than Google’s Chrome