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Nick Hoffman describes himself as an "intrapreneur" who is passionate about the transport business.
The owner of the Zenzele Fitness Group wants to become the first black dominant player in the fitness industry in Africa and aims to list his company on the JSE.
When Rosemary Mosia moved to Cape Town in 2001, she didn't know anything about wine and didn't even drink it. A journey along the Cape wine route changed all that.
The stokvel industry is a sleeping billion-dollar phoenix that just needs the right match to ignite its fire, says Soweto-born entrepreneur Tshepo Moloi, founder of StokFella.
The introduction of a minimum wage will be the government's most destructive intervention, says a Fin24 user in an open letter to Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Having a business idea is one thing, but implementing that idea can be a huge headache, one exacerbated by a lack of funding.
A Fin24 user wants to start an ambulance service to help his community as many people die while waiting for an ambulance which takes forever to arrive.
Mogau Seshoene, whose business concept was born when she started teaching young brides to cook traditional meals, gives her recipe for success.
Entrepreneur Amy de Castro's love for bamboo has inspired her to build a high-end wristwatch business.
Trailblazing entrepreneur Siyasanga Ngcongca has found inner strength to succeed after entering the male-dominated construction industry, following her father’s death.
Zikhona Tefu quit her job with no business know-how or business plan.Today her pure, natural soaps are sold in townships and the whole family is involved in the business.
The failure of an online directory has inspired three young men from Mitchell's Plain to launch the first successful Cape Flats online store.
Many young South Africans are taking it upon themselves to start their own businesses amid an imminent jobs crisis, but they face one big hurdle: funding.
Laduma Ngxokolo had his first clients when he was only 16 years old. Today his top fashion designs are shown on catwalks around the world.
A training initiative for general job readiness some 20 years ago, Marvellous Maids has become a household name for domestic placements.
Two young Durban entrepreneurs who "build dreams instead of houses" have been inundated with calls for advice and mentorship after they shared their story with Fin24.
A coincidental meeting between two young entrepreneurs from Durban has turned into a successful construction business which now employs 52 people.
Amy de Castro's entrepreneurial journey began when she refused to take no for an answer and has since learned that challenging the status quo pays off.
Many businesses start off on a high note and thrive for a few months, but keeping a business running for 21 years is a major achievement for any entrepreneur.
An entrepreneurial team, who believes it is possible to be both capitalist and environmentalist, has put the humble fly to work to help save the sea - one fish at a time.
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