- A young entrepreneur is changing the lives of township youth
- She is creating initiatives to improve their access into the business world
- Her work has resulted in job creation and mentoring over 800 youth businesses
A woman has dedicated her life to helping the youth and women achieve their business dreams. She was recently honoured for her work in empowering he young people in disadvantaged areas.
Bathabile Moreki is a multi-award entrepreneur. She recently established a consortium known as TETFE that helps to open access for township-based manufacturers.
Through collaboration with African Bureau Services, Nedbank Business, StartUp Grind and Google for Entrepreneurs, she has mentored over 800 youth-owned businesses.
Through her own businesses, she has already created jobs and continues to assist dozens of South African township-based entrepreneurs.
Last week, the young social entrepreneur was honoured as Community Heroine Award at the Vita Basadi Awards.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Enock Mnisi is helping eradicate the rife unemployment rates in the country. He does this by running a successful business that creates jobs for locals. After completing a National Diploma in Information Technology at a college in Pretoria, he returned to his home in Mpumalanga to work with his dad at his furniture manufacturing and transportation business. He worked there for three years before going solo.
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