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The spirit of entrepreneurship burns bright in Africa, despite the socio-economic challenges faced by a number of self-starters. These ten entrepreneurs are leading the charge when it comes to accelerating Africa’s seeding as a destination for investment.
Five brilliant growth lessons from top-performing South African entrepreneurs.
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Hello Group is disrupting international calling, telecom distribution and low cost banking, but it took them a while to get it right. Co-founders Nadir Khamissa and Shaazim Khamissa share their invaluable lessons into the importance of creating a MVP and why you have to kill your own business to succeed.
Is your life's glass half empty, or half full?
The Rani brothers grew their business from one Internet café to 38 stores with a R22 million turnover by creating a market where none really existed.
We all want to be more productive and better organised. Business leader and visionary Val Bourdos Nichas offers advice on getting things done.
Former CEO of the Shanduka Group Phuti Mahanyele doubled the firm’s assets to R8 billion in five years and launched her own investment firm, Sigma Capital in 2015, all while surviving a stroke two years ago.
United by a love for design, husband and wife Ipeleng and Lebo Morake are college sweethearts. Together, they are the brains behind the Morake Design House, an end-to-end branding consultancy based in Joburg.
Staying agile and innovative isn’t easy, especially when you’re running a large and established operation that’s been around for decades. Howard Blake, however, has managed it. Entrepreneur finds out how he stays hungry and keeps his finger on the pulse of innovation.