5 ways Dolphin Bay beats hard times
Dolphin Bay MD Bertus Coetzee shows how to ensure that your company thrives, even during an economic downswing.
A wine woman’s song
Raised in a family that did not drink alcohol, Praisy Dlamini only tasted her first glass of wine when she was 19. Now she’s one of the Cape’s first black female wine makers. She speaks to Biénne Huisman.
SizweNtsalubaGobodo: ‘Our purpose is married to Africa’
Thirty years ago, SizweNtsalubaGobodo (SNG), what was to become the country’s largest black-owned and black-managed accounting firm, was born.
Today, it has huge ambitions to become the advisory firm of choice on the continent.
Designer growing trees into furniture
Deep in the English countryside, there's a bizarre sight: rows of trees being grown into upside-down chairs, slowly taking shape over years of careful nurturing.
Know about wine and food? Turn your passion into a career
Becoming a sommelier requires a knowledge of both wine and food. Janine Walker talks to two young South Africans who have turned their passion into thriving careers
Kung-fu helps Scott break through in business
Scott Cundill has 18 years in the internet marketing game, is a published author and public speaker and represents South Africa at Shaolin kung-fu.
Winning women: Charlotte Maponya puts SA’s best foot forward
The chairperson of Brand SA, Charlotte ‘Chichi’ Maponya, is charged with putting the country’s best foot forward at a difficult time. But a lifetime of running multiple businesses, including being CEO of the Maponya Group, gives her invaluable experience, writes Sue Grant-Marshall.
Love horses? You could make big money
Do you love horses, riding and adventure? Well, a career as a work rider beckons. And there's big money to be made, writes Rehana Loonat
Nailing it: Here's how a successful entrepreneur clawed her way to the top
Goodness Ndiweni of Goodness Gracious Nails, really made the best of a bad job and now has a very successful nail salon. She has big dreams and wants to obtain her matric this year, at the age of 32, and expand her thriving business.