Beninese social activist Sara Idohou’s career path reflects both her lofty entrepreneurial ambitions and her humanistic ideals
Babalwa Ngonyama, CEO of Sinayo Securities, has been quietly, but effectively making a name for herself in the financial brokerage industry – so much so that she’s caught the eye of billionaire Patrice Motsepe
Designing office spaces is no longer just about aesthetics and pot plants – it’s about creating an inclusive environment in which all employees can thrive, say social activist Mpho MacChambers and interior designer Thato Monanyane
Cosmopolitan Joyce Mnguni (30) met her husband in Denmark, started a family in Mexico and now plans destination weddings for brides hailing from all over the world
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba’s xenophobic stance on foreigners is neither neighbourly, ubuntu-like nor in keeping with our world-renowned Constitution. However, he’s sticking to his guns
Wendy Appelbaum laughs off the suggestion that she’s Africa’s richest woman, although she’s certainly one of them.
Jane Wurwand shares the lessons picked up along her unorthodox business journey
Xolisile Seema is a clinical dietician and nutrifounder consultant
Johannesburg, SA’s economic heartland, is a thriving metropolis where dreams and fortunes have been made and lost
The African apparel and footwear industry is valued at $31 billion – Zambian designer Kapasa Musonda is capitalising on that by going global, while still looking at home for inspiration
Just like the scrappy, underdog boxer who delivers an unexpected knock-out punch or an amazing goal that has to be seen to be believed, Carol Tshabalala – SA’s First Lady of Sport – defies expectations
Simphiwe Mntambo eats, sleeps and lives entrepreneurship, so her skill at it isn’t surprising
Entrepreneur Xoliswa Daku acquires open spaces and transforms them into architectural masterpieces worth millions
Is there such a thing as the perfect lover – or do our individual flaws and foibles make us the uniquely lovable beings we are?