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2017-04-06 08:10 Beards, bikes and balms: Who says it’s a man’s world? Her husband’s struggles with a freshly growing beard marked the start of Monique Fleming’s business Bonafide Beards.
2017-03-28 12:02 Young South African leads the way in breast prosthetics Nneile Nkholise has started a company that uses additive manufacturing to design breast prostheses for women. Her goal is to supply a soft, light-weight product that is affordable and easy to access.
2017-03-22 11:53 Beating the odds in a tough environment Nick’s Motors, a cross-border road transportation company, carries hazardous bulk liquids for top clients in mining and other industries throughout Southern Africa.
2017-03-14 15:05 The (natural) taste of success Mphumi Ndlangisa, one of the few black winemakers in South Africa, is bringing natural wine to consumers’ palates. And Magna Carta Wines’ unique bottles have indeed found favour.
2017-02-22 10:12 Shwe’s fashion revolution Julia Franco’s social enterprise has reinvented her life and taught her about the meaning of money, work, community and fashion.

Cash for your car 2017-02-21 16:06 CarZar is an online platform where South Africans can sell their cars for cash, quickly and conveniently. finweek interviewed co-founder Fernando Azevedo Pinheiro.
A shoe business with a different beat 2017-02-16 11:39 Corrida Shoes has been around for more than three decades, but it is their Tsonga brand that the company is best known for. finweek interviewed owner Peter Maree.
The birth of a cycling legend 2017-02-16 13:55 Hard work, a lot of wheeling and dealing in combination with good luck and many blessings, have resulted in Chris Willemse building one of SA’s most successful cycling businesses.
Inside SA’s rose powerhouse 2017-02-08 13:05 By changing the way in which roses are propagated, Ludwig Taschner of Ludwig’s Roses has managed to create a nursery that boasts the largest selection of rose varieties in the world.
Innovation and quality give food company the edge 2017-02-02 10:00 By commercialising seasonings, spices and baking ingredients, among others, Tracy Foulkes and Paul Raphaely built NOMU, a brand that exports to over 30 countries.
The world in a cup of tea 2017-01-12 14:14 Toni Glass turned her love for tea into a unique business that is highly successful in South Africa. Now she is aiming to take her gourmet teas to the rest of the world.
20 April 2017 issue
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