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Maths ‘wasn’t an option’: Big brother had to help

‘If you want to turn around strategies for a company…talk to a woman’ – Philisiwe Mthethwa, CEO, NEF.

There are ‘some youngsters in whom I see glimpses of myself, the determination’

Doing something she didn’t want to was her turning point – international swimmer Penny Heyns.

Discovering the PAC on a bus home changed his life

Today fulfilment is found in resolving people’s difficulties – Themba Godi – chair, Scopa.

Put assets towards creating more value

Your money has to work for you – Sisa Ngebulana, CEO – Rebosis Property Fund.

Turning fear of debt into controlling wealth

Dedicated to help others avoid over-indebtedness and start investing – Samke Mhlongo-Ngwenya, founder and CEO – The Next Chapter Wealth Partners.

Early on she was excited by the world of business

‘Growing up I was seen as a natural leader’ – Zukie Siyotula – former CEO, Thebe Capital.

‘If you want something you have to go and earn it’

As Africans we invest in relationships, we invest in the future – Thebe Ikalafeng, Chairman – Brand Finance Africa.

From a background of no money to ‘hearing money speak’

Early income discipline leads to good financial management – Eunice Sibiya – head of consumer education, FNB.

From being ‘a bit of a front’ to building her own businesses

‘It was very hard. I lost a lot of opportunities, way more than I actually gained’ – Ipeleng Mkhari – founder, Motseng Investment Holdings.

Redressing unacceptable imbalances in the auditing profession

I knew that I must be master of my own destiny – Sindi Zilwa – co-founder and CEO, Nkonki.

A chartered accountant helping to transform our society

‘I wanted to be a catalyst and…contribute’ – Lindani Dhlamini – co-founder & CEO, SekelaXabiso.

‘Music is the greatest thing that has been a blessing to me’

‘I was bewitched when I was an infant’ – Hugh Masekela – legendary jazz musician.

Working towards a fully representative economic landscape

From retail fashion to driving transformation in the property sector – Vuyiswa Mutshekwane – CEO, SA Institute of Black Property Practitioners.

From peddling grapes to law and anti-crime education

‘Most special for me is the establishment of the No Crime Culture Project’ – Jolène Leeuwner-Maritz.



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