From finding reliable contractors to turning down a major contract, this young entrepreneur is learning business from the inside out.
From banking to artistic flair.
An exciting modern African aesthetic is emerging from young South African fashion designers, one of whom is taking the lucrative kids fashion market by storm.
For entrepreneur, Sarah Britten every day is different. She earns a living from being curious and solving problems.
Entrepreneur Connie Mdladla’s positive attitude is an inspiration to others as she refuses to be beaten by a chronic condition.
Experienced entrepreneur, Andrew Smith is changing kids’ lives by teaching them how to build a business with his company Gap Entrepreneur.
Social entrepreneur, Richard Mabaso, is ensuring that young girls receive the education that is their right with his Imbumba Foundation.
TV presenter, radio DJ and producer, motivational speaker, event host and PWC consultant, Kriya Gangiah’s passion is matched only by her boundless energy.
Whether they’re innovating and bringing the market new products, creating hundreds of new jobs, boosting the economy or inspiring other entrepreneurial businesses to take flight, entrepreneurs...
Three tech entrepreneurs find success in a pay-to-tweet business that’s rapidly evolving. Luyanda Jafta explains how.
Despite tough knocks, losing her first business to corporate espionage and starting again with zero capital, Kerryne has built a new business, attracted investors, and gone...
How Jad Pereira took a failing business and turned it into a R12 billion powerhouse that drives entrepreneurship.
The path to entrepreneurial success and happiness lies in aligning business aims with personal goals.
From part-time start-up to full time business (with bounties).
Strong partnerships, thousands of dedicated subscribers and a nice big cash injection have resulted in massive growth opportunities for this start-up.
Local start-up focuses on brand building – for themselves and their clients.
The birth of an enduring local brand.
Thabang Molefi, author of Dollars to Soweto and local girl made good, has made many mistakes. But the lessons she’s learnt have made for a stronger,...
Great businesses aren’t born overnight, but this young entrepreneur is taking the time to lay strong foundations.
Keith Bete wants to make his brand, Ubuntuism Clothing, Africa’s answer to Nike. His mentor, Angel Jones, is helping to ground him… and give him wings.