A weekly show which will show you how to start a business with anything under R 1000. Host, Katlego Msomi gets face-to-face with some of the enterprising individuals in the townships to find out how they have managed to jump-start and sustain their businesses.
Keywords: money, opportunity, business plan, business ideas, business news, income, financial news, Arena Holdings, small business ideas, starting a business
In this episode of Jumpstart we look at Manana and Sons, a tuck-shop turned township craze that sells one of the most wanted kotas in the country. Mjomane Manana explains how he has taken his small business and turned it into a lucrative business for future generations in his family.
When this budding entrepreneur opened his first fruit sales shop, many obstacles stood in his way. Taking it to the streets he now runs Good Luck Fruits and Veggies, which not only allows him to fund his children’s schooling but has also created jobs in his community.
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…
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…
After being a construction worker did not work out, Moses opened his barber shop from just two hair cutter machines and now he gives expert advice on how to make it as a barber shop and how to gain a client’s trust.
V-corner is a business on Vilikazi street. It sells snacks and is growing quickly, V-corner explains how they made it and how tourists visiting the area have contributed to the growth of their business.
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…
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…
6 Nov 2017
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