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.
A UKZN student entrepreneur has made it to the finals of the Entrepreneurship Development in Higher Education (EDHE) national challenge.
New online research has revealed which innovative businessmen have cut it to make the list of the most discussed entrepreneurs in the world.
The Youth Development Fund was set up to help talented youth entrepreneurs set up businesses and ultimately curb unemployment in KZN.
South Africa’s year-long national lockdown wreaked havoc on so many of the country’s small businesses and the self-employed.
With more than two in five young South Africans jobless, Nelson Mandela University is presenting a free youth entrepreneurship webinar.
The campaign offers support at a time when small business owners continue to battle the worst effects of the lockdown.