NYDA has helped Marlon Morgan to become his own boss. Marlon started an upholstery cleaning service in his area.
Lamo Fuel is a commercial bio-energy products manufacturer which produces biodiesel, bio oil, charcoal and biogas.
Agriculture is not only for old people, says 22-year-old Sandile Mahlangu, who is among a new generation of young farmers.
Wheelchair-bound Lydia Nemafhohoni is on a mission to fight poverty and create jobs for people living with disabilities in Vhembe, Limpopo.
Racheal Gaffane has always had an eye for opportunity. Today, Gaffane owns and runs Danchi Group and employs 13 people in Tshwane
Elize Beukes farms grapes which are turned into raisins. She then exports her raisins to the United Kingdom market.
The business manufactures and distributes halaal-certified sauces, pastes and spices.
An entrepreneur is tasting sweet success with his Mavusana Premium Rooibos tea brand.
One of the youngest women in construction manufacturing bricks
“I am encouraging youth and female farmers to take heed of the opportunities presented to them by the government. They should not underestimate their potential with the belief that agriculture is a male-dominated industry.
A mobile app that will help spaza shop owners operate more efficiently.
Mngadi says the idea to start this business came to him in 2016 when his city was faced with a water crisis. Between 2018 and 2021, he successfully applied to the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environment Affairs’ Operation Vula Business Fund, which granted him R200 000 seed funding.
Born and raised in Rathidili Village in the Vhembe District in Limpopo, Mutheiwana opened Rendani Mutheiwana Orthotics and Prosthetics in Makhado, after completing her internship and was unable to find a job. Her business, which now employs an administrative assistant, offers its clients treatment for orthopaedic disorders.
He started his business with his own capital, grinding coffee beans using a cheap grinder he found at a local store.
33-year-old Dakalo Ramalivhana from Muhuyu village was retrenched in 2020 due to COVID-19 and used his UIF money to grow vegetables.
EISH WENA! A young farmer from the Nelson Mandela Metro has been given a boost by government to start her own cannabis farm.
Paula Maseko is making a name for herself and her organic haircare Buhle Bomqhele, business at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
What a motivational story! From being a child of a wine farm labourer, to becoming the owner of Klein Goederust Boutique Winery.
The Entrepreneurship Development Academy at the Gordon Institute of Business Science is partnering with Corteva Agriscience to upskill 30 female farmers.