Nomfundo Mkhaba (35) co-founder of Waste for Change encourages her community to reduce, reuse and recycle!
Free State Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) wants to make farming more fashionable for youths.
Sanele Ndlovu (40), has been successful in getting his workshop accredited to offer in-service training to artisan students
Lebohang Dhludhlu (32) has mastered network marketing for her poultry business. She has created job opportunities for 64 women.
When Hlamarisa Ndaba’s law firm could not provide an income, she started a furniture manufacturing business
Sonia Malinga (23) from Piet Retief in Mpumalanga is one of the people who received a bursary from the Shoprite Group
A KwaZulu-Natal mother, Thandeka Jali owner of Lactease has invented a tonic that enhances breast milk production.
Launched in 2018, GirlBoss is part of the AfroBotanics Group, which produces various beauty and eco-friendly hygiene products.
Kganya Mogashoa (28) was motivated by unfair treatment of women in male dominated fields to fight for women’s rights through her art.
Thuli Khanyile (34) from Durban in KwaZulu-Natal is proud to be contributing to the fight against HIV/AIDS in South Africa.
Kutlwano Tshatiwa (17) developed a revolutionary phone application that is taking South Africa’s technology scene by storm.
Lilitha Sobuza (23) from Khayelitsha is one of the young women who have received funding and assistance from CHIETA.
While working full-time, Thandiwe discovered that the majority of industries produce waste that could be used to make compost.
Sapper Nomonde Nomtsheke (28) was the first woman to qualify as a paratrooper in the South African Engineer Corps.
Small business owners are encouraged to apply for support through the Township and Rural Entrepreneurship Programme (TREP).
Nomalanga Sibinda (21) is a female farmer who holds a Diploma of Agriculture in Irrigation from Taung College of Agriculture.
More women in the restaurant industry can now be part of the food lab incubator programme that mentors small businesses.
Lisbeth Makgoro and Sonia Mashego, both 28 are leaving a mark in the entertainment and events industry in Limpopo
Lesedi Ledwaba (33) grasped the business ideologies of the construction business through her fathers guidance.
Tiyani Maluleke from Soweto who was a mechanic later built a food on wheels empire after his two year contract ended.
Dr Zulu (48), a remarkable small farmer who holds a doctrate in nutrition also hosts 20 students who are pursuing agricultural studies
Bushbuckridge Community Radio in Mpumalanga has given Emelita Nyalungu (33) a chance at a better life at their station.
Pretty Khumalo (29) from Mpumalanga recently qualified as a bricklayer after seeing an advert on social media and grabbing the opportunity.
Five young people from an Eastern Cape rural town are breeding success after putting their Social Relief of Distress (SRD) Grant to good use.
Maquoalesa Lekheakhoa Qwali (27) used her artistic flair and entrepreneurial spirit to make a couch from old tyres.