Boitumelo Ntsoane has a real life rags to riches story- she went from "typical township girl" to successful business woman.
Ntsoane is the founder of Afrilink Healthcare, a company that brought healthcare services to over 386 schools thus far, as reported by Entrepreneur Magazine.
She was born to a teenage mom in a township, and she praised her mother for being her motivation to succeed.
According to the entrepreneur, her mother told her if she did not work hard, she'll end up selling fish and chips at a shop.
The idea of a fish and chips waitress terrified Ntsoane and motivated her to work hard to succeed in life. She studied so hard, she ended up getting a bursary to pursue a pharmacist degree.
However, after graduating she found the working life was not all she dreamt off- she hated being restrictive and trapped in a nine to five job.
So, she took the risk and opened her own company- Afrilink Healthcare. Briefly.co.za the company started out as a small medical centre with only a doctor, dentist, optometrist and a pharmacy.
Two years after she founded Afrilink, she used all her profits and bought a fully furnished mobile clinic, which had a full-time retired nurse working on it.
It's the mobile clinic that scored Ntsoane a gig with the Tshwane Department of Health to bring healthcare to schools.
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