ENTREPRENEUR

  • Nompumelelo Mqwebu’s Cookbook ‘Through The Eyes Of An African Chef’ Is A Fusion Feast

    Nompumelelo Mqwebu‘s cookbook, Through The Eyes Of An African Chef, tells of her packing her bags for a foreign land, only to realise that the treasure she was intently searching for was left back at home. Mqwebu cooks traditional South African food in a sophisticated manner. Her dishes, eloquently...
  • Married Or Single, How To Thrive As A Female Entrepreneur In 2018

    Recent research suggests that married women are more likely to be successful entrepreneurs than single women The assumption is that, because married women – or women with partners – have more financial support and help with family and household responsibilities, the pressure and demands of starting a business are...
  • Spotlighting Chagraoui Jihane – Moroccan Fashion Icon

    Having learn all there is to know about the beauty industry fashion and currently an image and beauty consultant, Moroccan Fashion Icon Chagraoui Jihane who prefers to be called Jijiglam is ready to help young fashion talents in Ghana. Trained by Mario Dedivanovic a personal beautician to Kim Kardashian,...
  • Spotlighting Rose Muhumuza – Rwandan, Tour Guide And Driver

    She is an embodiment of passion and resilience. Her warm personality blends seamlessly with her work. Her life has been a journey of resilience and perseverance. For someone who lost her mother at a tender age and dropped out of school, she has defied the odds to make it...
  • Strategies For Beating Your Business Competitors

    Any business adviser worth their salt will tell you that the key to entrepreneurial success lies in how well you understand your customer. But perhaps even more critical to this for a business-owner, says Kobus Engelbrecht, Head of Marketing for Sanlam Business Market South Africa, is understanding your competitive...
  • Spotlighting Lindi Mamashela – Global Aviation South Africa

    A veteran with over 22 years’ experience in different aspects of the aviation business, Mamashela considers it a privilege to be an entrepreneur in an industry she loves. “Aviation is my calling. I joined SAA in 1995, when the country was undergoing transformation and I was the airline’s first...
  • Harmony Attise – Ready To Start A Business? Don’t Just Start; Be Prepared To Run It

    Someone recently told me; finding a job these days has become difficult to finding a wife. So he started his own business because he found a wife without a job. There are many reasons why people start their own businesses. From mind blowing motives to wacky and personal survival....
  • [Black Goals] Nkuli Mlangeni Is Weaving Her Way To Success

    Nkuli Mlangeni captured the world’s attention with her gorgeous, handmade Sankara rugs,which were voted the Most Beautiful Objects in South Africa at this year’s Design Indaba. Mlangeni started her Ninevites platform as a hobby to explore her interests in fashion and textiles. “I was working at a social enterprise...
  • [Black Strides] Mandy Bowman – The Face Behind The Official Black Wallstreet App

    The Tulsa Race Riots of 1921 will forever remain an unforgettable stain on the history of America. The racially-motivated attack saw Oklahoma city officials, the local police department and angered white residents target the wealthiest Black community in the country (at the time) with one of the deadliest massacres...