Companies We Like
It's time to shine your dancing shoes, get out your best clothes, and find that red sand. Or any sand really. We wish we had known about Rieldans a long time ago - forget about squeaking some tekkie. We're going to Rieldans.
Itumeleng Matshego of Legratron Electronics is a past participant of the SAB Foundation Tholoana Programme and a successful entrepreneur. Itumeleng discusses the highs and lows of being an entrepreneur and how this programme prepares you for the real world.
In South Africa, many of us have struggled with our identity and place in society, but Sylvia Vollenhoven tackles these issues head-on and in an unapologetic way. This book is jam-packed with history, culture, and insight.
Chantal de Kock of Fetola is a fierce advocate for self-love and being who you are, naturally. If you have ever had someone tell you that the way you are isn't lekker - just tell them 'tsek'.
In this month's issue of Catalyst, we hear from two of our female mentors, get real about loving yourself for who you are, and we get inspiration from a small business owner who is passionate about creating opportunities for women.
Eugenie Drakes and Sezanele Zondi are two Fetola mentors with oodles of knowledge about business and how to take on the business world as a woman. Read on to soak up the insights these fabulous business mentors shared.
Clarissa Penkola Estes's book, Women Who Run With the Wolves, is a book like no other and it has the Catalyst crew in awe. We're even thinking of starting our own wolf pack.
Lungile Dlangalala of Eyamakhosazana Trading is a participant on the SAB Foundation Tholoana Programme and she doing her part in empowering women in her community. Think you can follow in this fearless female's footsteps?