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Entrepreneur Spotlight – Do Something that you love😍
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Entrepreneur Spotlight – Do Something that you love😍

Our latest feature is Phathiswa Sefatsa Entrepreneur Spotlight – do something that you love. Phathiswa agreed to share her Entrepreneurship journey with me, discussing her coaching business and passions in life. Read the article until the end, as she shares her life lessons and words of wisdom she has for new entrepreneurs embarking on this...

Risk Work: a disguise for free entrepreneur labour
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Risk Work: a disguise for free entrepreneur labour

If you are an entrepreneur you have come across risk work, but is it only a false carrot to get free entrepreneur labour? Risk work is when a potential client approaches a business person and requests certain products and services. However this said “client” is not willing to pay for these services or products. Instead...

Top 5 Reasons Why You should become a freelancer in 2020
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Top 5 Reasons Why You should become a freelancer in 2020

Before we discuss the top 5 reasons why you should become a freelancer, let us define freelancing. Freelancing is the practice of working your yourself, lending your services to employers on a short-term or project basis. Although freelancing is not very popular in South Africa, it is estimated that by the end of 2020 half...

Entrepreneur Spotlight: Believe in yourself
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Entrepreneur Spotlight: Believe in yourself

Believe in yourself is the last words that remain with me, following my conversation with entrepreneur Rebone Seolwana. It was a warm Saturday morning when I met with Rebone, a very busy person and hard to pin down. We meet at 6:30am in the morning, to share a run in Solidarity with Hope With Every...

Affordable Healthcare for everyone utilising advanced Technology
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Affordable Healthcare for everyone utilising advanced Technology

Creating affordable healthcare for all its residents is one of the top challenges facing developing nations like South Africa. The private sector only caters for 17% of the population while the public sector caters for 83% of the population. The private sector is generally well resourced, while the public sector is under-resourced. The price of...

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