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Stella shows science and nature can go hand in hand

Nov 16 2017 17:56

Stella Ciolli is the founder of SKOON, a natural skincare collection using natural ingredients in scientifically formulated combinations.


Watch out for the virtual restaurant trend

Nov 15 2017 17:31

Restaurants around the world are going virtual and Hellen Gqoboka has launched one of Johannesburg’s first virtual restaurants – Leles African Cuisine.


Colleen finds her edge in SA’s oil and gas sector

Oct 24 2017 19:39

There has been a notable rise in female entrepreneurs in South Africa even with the many obstacles they know they need to overcome.


Business not a sprint, but a marathon for Colourworks CEO

Oct 16 2017 18:30

Lesley Waterkeyn, founder and CEO of Colourworks, a strategic brand experience agency, tells Fin24 about her journey since starting the business in 1998.


iLearn CEO dreamt of entrepreneurship since childhood

Sep 29 2017 17:10

Richard Rayne, CEO of iLearn, generally cautions entrepreneurs to be very clear on the size of the opportunity they see and what is required to capture it.


Leaving corporate world to become an entrepreneur

May 26 2017 19:44

Thomas van der Linde left the corporate world where he was a marketing director for multinational companies to pursue his passion to be an entrepreneur.


From eczema struggle to handmade soap success

Apr 25 2017 14:34

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.


Fieldspace using tech to innovate property sale process

Apr 18 2017 16:03

Fieldspace Property Group believes the local property industry has not yet made full use of current technological capabilities.

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Wahi wants to disrupt storage industry

Jun 30 2017 16:48

Wahi is a South African start-up that connects the owners of space to the people who need space – both commercial and residential.


Changing the way safe drinking water is bought, sold in Africa

Jun 13 2017 18:07

SA has over the last few years experienced water shortages that has led to it not being able to provide reliable water supply to almost two million people between 2011 and 2015.


Unlocking the secret sauce of venture capitalism

May 26 2017 20:10

Deon Lewis, co-founder and CEO of Futureneers, is passionate about the venture capital industry, not only in South Africa, but in Africa and globally.


This Cape Town art-tech entrepreneur is inspired by maths!

Feb 26 2017 17:42

Victor Kirov, who quit his lucrative engineering career to create unrivalled stainless sculptures, explains to Fin24 how his work is inspired by mathematics.


Meet the man who wants to disrupt SA's fitness industry

Dec 12 2016 20:09

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.


GirlHype: One woman's dream to get girls into coding

Oct 09 2016 15:46

Non-profit organisation GirlHype aims to get women into science, technology, engineering and maths and has received global recognition for two of its tech-savvy members.

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