As the president of the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals (ABSIP), Sibongiseni Mbatha has learnt that true success can only be achieved when people take responsibility for their actions, respect each other, and work collectively to achieve a common goal.
The battle to become a success is fought in the mind. That’s where success is won or lost. Are you training your mind to support your success — or sabotaging it?
When Sisa Ngebulana left Mthatha to pursue his dreams he had high aspirations for himself. He didn’t know what path his career would take, but he did know he wanted to achieve greatness.
Rapper and entrepreneur Slikour believes his success is the result of one key element: The aspiration to make something of himself, and create a platform for his voice to be heard. Now he’s bringing that mindset to South Africa’s black urban youth.
Advice from over 60 South African billionaires, CEOs and entrepreneurs is hard to come by. Unless you utilise the power of podcast interviews.
22-year-old Art Viljoen doesn’t want to build an empire; he’s using entrepreneurship as a means to follow his dream and become a world-renowned designer.
Nkululeko Silimela has created a slick and professional operation that is still agile and boasts low overheads. Here are his tips for creating a successful start-up.
Andrew McLean is an ex-professional cyclist, TV presenter and the founder of Cycle Lab. He approaches business (and everything else in life) the same way he does a fierce race.
When Rodney Norman was 21, his first business ended up R1 million in debt. With so much owing to suppliers, he couldn’t continue trading. Instead, he needed to take stock of what had gone wrong, pull himself together, and come up with a plan.
Quitting your job and becoming an entrepreneur is never an easy decision to make. Here’s how you can prepare yourself for the plunge.
Not only has the 31-year old entrepreneur achieved what he set out to do, but he was a self-made millionaire at 24, the youngest investor on South Africa’s Shark Tank, and an entrepreneur who is shaking up the entire accounting industry. All without taking a single cent of debt.
One of South Africa’s most popular radio personalities, TBO Touch has developed into an entrepreneur and brand powerhouse. He believes every goal and vision is attainable, with the right attitude and mindset.
Here are some tips and anecdotes from someone who turned his life around and built a successful business around the markets.
Entrepreneurial businesses often have an edge over their corporate competitors because they’re flexible and agile. But corporates have insights into growth that many entrepreneurs lack. Shark Tank’s Romeo Kumalo shares what the corporate world taught him about building a high-impact entrepreneurial business.
This is the story of how a born-and-bred New Yorker bootstrapped South Africa’s fastest growing fitness chain. From one small, old-school gym in Benoni to owning the club that Barack Obama works out at when he visits SA, Rivera has built a business worth over R2 billion from nothing.
2017 is upon us. And with it comes new challenges, new technologies and new opportunities. According to Dion Chang of Flux Trends, the future is here. And those companies that refuse to acknowledge that things are changing, are destined to be left behind.
After 23 years in corporate Neil Robinson quit his job. He wanted some time to evaluate his life and purpose, and choose what his next 20 years would look like. What he found was more than a cause, but a mission to do good and change lives.
The strength of Nonkululeko Gobodo’s vision, coupled with her drive to succeed, allowed her to lead others in her quest to build one of the biggest accounting firms in South Africa.
Teboho Mafodi started out with few learning opportunities. In fact, many of his early skills were self-taught. But that has only made him appreciate the value of education.
There’s a lot you can learn from this 13-year-old business owner who has traded the playground for chicken coops.