How this Rustenburg woman kickstarted her own courier company

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Lebogang Moiloa founded Lebo.M Couriers after her friend asked for help with deliveries.
Lebogang Moiloa founded Lebo.M Couriers after her friend asked for help with deliveries.
Lebogang Moiloa/Supplied

What does it take to start your own business? 

For this Joburg mom, all it took was a conversation with a friend that led to the inception of what is now a thriving black woman-owned courier company.  

"My best friend has a clothing line and she was always struggling with the courier companies," Lebogang Moiloa (29) tells Drum. "The stuff would get lost and some other times the deliveries would be delayed.

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