Given the current slope of the economy, being innovate and creative in this day and age is the only way one can ensure their day to day needs are being met.

Entrepreneurship is fast becoming the safe haven for many people as it allows leaders to not only make commission from their natural skill set but create opportunities for ambitious young people who are being effected the most in the unemployment plight.

However entrepreneurship is not a quick fix to all your problems , planning, funding management as well as financial projections are some of the few things that need to be done right to ensure your business stays above the rocky economical waters.

This latest instalment of the Dreams Thina Abantu Abasha feature is driven by Dawud Phungula and  Bongumusa Dhlamini and the two explore the world of entrepreneurship.

They hosted two trailblazer businesswomen from Durban who have worked tirelessly at building and sustaining businesses for the betterment of the community and the youth.

Ntokozo Melo Ntheko a business Honors graduate, who merged her passion for the love of shoes and her desire to start a convenient business. Started Durban’s first Takkie Wash , was in studio and chatting about the importance of finding a gap in the market that best suits your skill set.

Thabisile Zikhali a certified farmer, business woman and founder of FINO Diamonds Agency shared the importance of morals and resilience when trying to break out in an industry that oppresses and objectifies women.

Between these two powerhouses you stand to gain a lot from listening to this interview. Click below for the FULL audio.

Written & Produced By Thandeka Hlongwa / Audio By Mndaba Lndelani



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