Pig farmer Dinewo Ntshanana (25) received assistance from the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) to start her business.
691 432 students will benefit from funding from The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) this 2022 academic year.
Mandisa Gumede (29) used part of her learnership stipend from the W&RSETA to open her chicken start up business.
The government offers various programmes which offer funding and guidance to help the youth to run successful businesses.
The government continues to offer small scale farmers support. Cynthia Mokgobu (29) shares her success story of how she grew her business.
Suren Gopi (51), the sole owner of filtration supplier Zululand Filters, is giving more established companies a run for their money after securing two big contracts.
A FORMAL recycling buy-back centre in Soweto is uplifting the community in the spirit of Nelson Mandela Month.
Electrical engineer Sbusiso Mahlangu(33) is his own boss, thanks to the support he received from the NYDA.
The National Empowerment Fund (NEF), in partnership with the Solidarity Fund, has thrown a young entrepreneur a lifeline.
A self-taught fashion designer, Lindiwe Makhoba from Ladysmith in KwaZulu-Natal, is gaining a global footprint for her fashion business.
Phumzile Mazibuko (35) who was born deaf, is realising her dream and is a barista at the ANEW Hilton hotel in Pietermaritzburg.
Searching for a suitable skin care treatment and being unable to find one set Nonceba Hlengani’s (27) journey into entrepreneurship in motion.
The government has donated a rail loading facility which is set to benefit small scale sugarcane farmers in Umkhanyakude District.
The Tshwane-Hollard Fire Hydrants Initiative is training young people to inspect fire hydrants throughout the city.
A man who changed careers to become a farmer is one of the many people government has assisted to enter the agricultural sector.
Yajvin Rajcoomar (27) from Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, is a candidate engineer at the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS).
Mthokozisi Mabaso (45) a beneficiary of Operation Vula Fund is making his mark in the white-dominated tourism and adventure industry.
Linah Segoka saw a need for a safe haven for children and with the help of local residents she has managed to open Lafata Drop-in centre.
The TVET college system urges college principals to promote work placement and to have partnerships with industries.
South Africa needs more artisans such as bricklayers, diesel mechanics, instrument technicians, riggers, auto electricians and millwrights.
Mpumalanga Provincial Treasury has welcomed its second intake of 30 trainee accountants who will be placed in different departments.
Tshepiso Monamodi decided to make shoes for her baby and now her handmade shoes can be found in a major retail shop.
People aged between 18 and 35 can apply to be education assistants if they hold the correct qualifications.
Siyabonga Kheswa (29) the founder of Thokoza Adventure Tours urges people to not give up on their dreams of owning businesses.
Eiren Drake (27) is the Founder of Tin Stuf and employs over 35 people including several of his childhood friends.