In this second edition of a four-part Bulletproof Your Small Business series, DESTINY brings you practical strategies that will help you manage your cash flow during tough economic times
Lebo Mphela’s interest in beautiful, healthy manicures has opened all the right doors for her
While successful entrepreneurs come from various walks of life, many possess the same attributes
Kenyan entrepreneur Navalayo Osembo-Ombati and business partner Weldon Kennedy have launched a crowd-funding campaign to start a line of running shoes made by Kenyans in Kenya
Meet Thabisa Mjo (28) Jozi’s up-and-coming product designer and interior decorator extraordinaire
If your passion pushes you to do something bigger, it may be time to consider making a business out of your what you love.
At 24, Sibabalwe Sesmani is on a mission to change the landscape of media relations in South Africa and shift the way the world sees young black women
Tuta-Me is a mobile application that connects tutors and students
Through her Serenity Luxury Body Care range, Sarinah-Matema Morgan aims to help African woman become more empowered
Coming up with a business idea is just the start, the next vital step is to find out if it will be profitable
BrandedYouth’s Bradley Maseko is on a mission to change the landscape of education in South Africa, one student at a time
Beyond excellent service, McDonald’s South Africa has a strong sense of employee training and development. We caught up with Jo-Ann De Wet, who started with the corporation as a trainee manager 20 years ago
Established almost six years ago, Tsori Capital (co-owned by Lita Mbokotho and his wife Hombisa Mbokotho) wants to help South African entrepreneurs create their own business empires
How do you go about finding that spunk factor that will distinguish your brand from the rest?