Project Inflamed is the brainchild of Lizwe Thabethe. An exciting menswear label making moves in the Joburg fashion scene.
See how Natasha went from working in her dad’s restaurant to making Nourish’d Cafe, and the winding path to Costa Rica and back in between.
Orejen began back in the 80s as a boutique homeware workshop, now it makes windows and doors for a niche market. See Jennifer’s journey below.
Sine Ndlela has a passion for ice cream. She’s going places, doing things the right way and taking us all on a delectable journey.
Read the Walk Fresh story rewriting the township narrative. Lethabo is all about creating hope with his sneaker cleaning business.
In times of crisis, you find out what people are really made of. As South Africa’s water reserves dwindle, we’ve all had to cut down on water usage. Though things are looking better than they were a couple of months ago, we haven’t won yet. A major part of the success
Starting a business is a risk, but you’ve got to dive in head first. Nobody understands this better than Randolf Jorberg who founded Beerhouse, after visiting a beer bar in Heidelberg, Germany. The brand is at the forefront of innovation, from the systems they use to the way they think
Over the past 6 months we have hosted entrepreneurs and small business owners for a different kind of event. The kind that allows you to share your journey while learning from others. The kind that allows you to connect and trade with the people in different industries. What is Yoco
I never imagined I would take part in a scarf-styling workshop and I certainly never predicted that turbans would become my new fashion addiction. But that’s what value-add marketing and customer engagement can do – turn strangers into loyal supporters of your business. As the name implies value-added marketing is
Entrepreneurship is still a very male-dominated occupation. In South Africa only 19% of all business owners are female. The country currently leading the way, globally, is Uganda where 34.8% of business owners are female. Read more in the 2017 Mastercard Index of Women Entrepreneurs. Based on these numbers we’re incredibly