Sinethemba Sambo is a young woman with a bright future and by the age of 25 she managed to make a success of the family business.
Sambo was awarded the position of Managing Director at Siyavuya Co-operative Limited after she completed school six-years-ago.
Despite her very young age, the female aquafarmer managed to make the business booming success.
In fact, the year Sambo matriculated, the company ventured into Aquafarming and has since even won the Fisheries Recognition Award at the the Youth in Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (YAFF) Awards.
According to SebenzaLIVE, Siyavuya Co-operative Limited is a 20 hectares farm outside Steenbok in Mpumalanga, and they specialise in livestock, crops and aquaculture.
According to the young businesswoman, her parents felt the company needed a bit of her youthful input, despite both having decades of experience.
Briefly.co.za learned Sambo said the company provided an income for their family since she could remember, however when she took over she wanted to create a successful and profitable business.
Although she is making a success, Sambo decided to pursue a Diploma in Business Administration, which she believes would help improve her skills.
The farm consists of 102 cattle, 354 sheep and goats, 34 pigs, 13 poultry houses, 54 beehives, 563 mango trees and five dams for fishing- and it is only the start for the young, hungry entrepreneur.
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