Aisha Pandor’s SweepSouth is playing its part in sweeping away societal problems such as unemployment, in a tech-savvy fashion.
“…the ecosystem for business in South Africa has never been as conducive as it is now.” And Jonga is well on its way to making South Africa safer.Read more "Scholarpreneurs #3: Ntsako Mgiba of Jonga"
“Chelin’s curiosity and hard work has enabled him to build up Super Brands (www.super-brands.co.za) into a leading investment group and one of South Africa’s most recognised and respected brands.”Read more "One On One: With Cuan Chelin of Super Brands"
“The purpose of O-Link and Paul’s “why” for the start-up is to reshape youth part-time employment.”Read more "Scholarpreneur #2: Paul Ontong of O-Link"
I first heard of Sandile Shezi in July 2015 when he, his mentor and business partner George Van Der Riet, and associates of the Global Forex Institute were holding a free one-day class at the Protea Hotel in Waterfront. The friends I went with didn’t exactly know what we were getting ourselves into but I […]Read more "Young Go-Getters: Sandile Shezi"
“A scholarpreneur is a breed of student that our education system and institutions need to breed…”Read more "SCHOLARPRENEURS #1"