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AUG

How to start a Kota business

After completing his Bcom in Logistics in 2013, Bernard realised that finding a job was very challenging. This is one of the reasons Bernard started Spiliatio (Italian slag meaning ‘the preferred one’) fast food in Meadowlands Soweto.

Bernard shares his journey on how he started a kota business with just a R1,000, and how research can help set you apart from other kota shops.
16
FEB

How Chi Chi Afro is townships favourite dish

Husband and wife doing it for the family, Chi Chi Afro Foods is more than just a fast food business but a place that reminds customers of home cooked meals made with love. Chi Chi Afro Foods is a new business but has been growing from strength to strength as Xoli co-owner of afro foods provides information and future plans for her family business.
20
NOV
2017

Tips on how to start a tyre business

Bika Sibisi started his tyre business in Soweto in 2005 to combat the lack of jobs. Twelve years later he shares how he started and how his business has grown for others to learn.
07
NOV
2017

How an art wire business can attract tourists to buy local

Remember how children from the townships used to make wired cars to play with because their parents could not afford to buy them toys?

George who is originally from Soshaguve, North of Pretoria did not just stop there, he now owns an art wire business in Soweto and creating jobs for the youth. He takes us through to what motivated him to start the art wire business.
06
NOV
2017

How Tripe is good business in townships

Sombu African Food started its business in 2009 and with the ups and downs of the economy some days seemed harder to handle.
Proudly from the well-known Alexandra township north of Johannesburg better known as Alex is where Thabisile co-owner of Sombu African Food restaurant explains how she and her mother jumpstarted their business from just a thousand rand (R1000.00) into become the best known tripe business in the area.

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