James Matshubeng INTERVIEW - 8 July 2021

Entrepreneurs have suffered like many citizens during the Pandemic, but sometimes even more. Many of them have battled to find alternative solutions to keep their business operations going with many forced to close their doors due to the debilitating trading conditions brought about by the on-going lockdowns and curfews that sometime mean it can’t be business as usual.

For others, however, this crisis has presented an opportunity to pivot their operations accordingly to keep their doors open. Among them is James Matshubeng, managing director of Matoto Technologies, an ICT Consultancy firm. He chatted to Brad on Breakfast...
8 Jul 2021 English South Africa Religion & Spirituality · Christianity

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