A man with vision reaches for his dream
A 32-year-old blind man in the small rural town of Jane Furse in Limpopo has not let the loss of his eyesight stand in the way of fulfilling his dreams.
BSSA course pays off for sewing business
Attending a business skills training course offered by BSSA has certainly paid off for a 48-year-old Limpopo entrepreneur who runs her own home-based sewing business. Egnes Mamphoto of Madombidzha Zone 2 near Makhado attended a five-day business planning course in Makhado as part of PwC's Faranani Rural Women Training Initiative in November 2011.
BSSA training a 'watershed experience'
|"Attending BSSA's training course for dti network facilitators was a watershed experience in my career. It was a great learning curve and since completing the training I have taken a completely new approach to addressing my customers' needs."|
Entrepreneurs should 'never stop learning'
“Starting a new business is not just about making money. To be truly successful requires dedication and passion, and complete focus on making your venture work. It also means you never stop learning.”
Young entrepreneur now helping others
A young woman from Polokwane has proven that age is no impediment when it comes to building a successful business, and then assisting others in developing their own enterprises.
Cooperative going from strength to strength
Training, perseverance, determination, a hunger for knowledge and a passion for business are the crucial qualities any entrepreneur should possess before attempting to start a new business.