Read about women entrepreneurs in South Africa and how they turned their venture into a successful business.
Zaheera Mahomed qualified as a Member of ACCA in January 2017 — in just under four years.
Tracy Kruger started an e-commerce site because she discovered that no one was selling what she was looking for locally. Having grabbed the opportunity, her business is going from strength to strength.
Starting a business can be brutal. Your vision can take longer to materialise than you hoped, and you’ll probably have to adjust your model along the way. Ramona Kasavan knows that if you have a dream bigger than yourself, it’s worth fighting for. Here are her four pillars to a successful start-up that can change society as we know it.
Matt Brown chats to Benji Coetzee, the founder of Empty Trips, a South African start-up that is disrupting an $8 trillion logistics industry.
With a new baby in the house and an unfulfilling legal job, Leah Molatseli decided it was time to work for herself. But how do you start a business when you’ve got lots of other responsibilities? You launch a tech start-up, of course.
Shameem Kumandan has gone from a small-business owner to a high-growth entrepreneur by shifting her mindset and following five simple rules for growth.
With no pageanting experience, Keri Stroebel entered Mrs South Africa in 2016 to do something different and combat her post-partum depression. The experience changed her life, giving her the direction she’d been looking for.
Sometimes the only way to live your dreams is to leap first, and then find the idea that will make your entrepreneurial goals come true. Mahadi Granier is living proof that where there’s a will, there’s a way.
Sarah Collins started with a simple, old-school product and took it global. Here’s how she built an international brand. Here’s how a local KZN business partnered with global giants like Unilever and Amazon.
Rapelang Rabana is all about systems and processes, but that doesn’t mean breaking out the red tape and putting barriers in front of employees.
The best opportunities don’t just land in your lap – you have to go out and make them happen. But while you’re building your business, don’t lose sight of your original vision.
Joyce Mnguni has built her dream business by taking leaps out of her comfort zones, again and again and again… and she’s never regretted a single decision.
Being beyond busy - Matsi Modise of SiMODiSA on how she squeezes everything into one day.
The best start-ups don’t follow the expected norms and restrictions of established industries. They spot gaps, think outside the box, and bring skills together in new and exciting ways.
Putting more women in leadership positions isn't just an equality issue. It makes good business sense.
Shark Tank’s Dawn Nathan-Jones unpacks how leaders who focus on growth and development will build strong, sustainable organisations.
Busi Skenjana has tapped into a lucrative niche market by focusing on what she knows — and linking that to brands who need her knowledge and understanding.
Savvy start-up decisions focused on long-term goals over short-term gains are helping Prudence Spratt build a consulting firm that aims to be the go-to name in ecommerce project management.
In the early 80s, Connie Mashaba worked for Southern Sun hotels as a junior bookkeeper. In 1985, her husband Herman Mashaba asked her to join his fledgling business in Garankuwa, north of Pretoria. What started out as a small manufacturer of hair care and grooming products for the black consumer has grown into a multi-billion rand business and a household name.
Hiring is an incredibly expensive process, so you want to get it right. You also need top talent to grow your organisation. Here’s how you win the talent war.