- Sinenhlanhla Passcara Mthembu is the founder and director of Passcara and Partners Incorporated
- 25-year-old Mthembu quit her job to start her own business
- We highlight Mthembu's accomplishments amid her challenges
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While many people her age are still not very certain about their career path, 25-year-old Sinenhlanhla Passcara Mthembu has already established her own law firm.
From completing her law degree to establishing a law firm, Sinenhlanhla Passcara Mthembu has no regrets.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Prior to starting her own law firm, she had to take the bold step of quitting her job to start her own business. She wanted to become her own boss.
At 25, Sinenhlanhla Passcara Mthembu is the founder and director of Passcara and Partners Incorporated.
In spite of widespread perceptions about law as a formidable beast, she forged ahead with her dream. She is the epitome of ambition.
According to power987.co.za, Passcara Mthembu recently disclosed that her difficulty with starting her own business was her age.
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''I took it as a challenge upon myself to do it. I then decided that no matter what people say I’m going to do this,” she says adding that she overcame many challenges.
Despite the early setbacks from the point where she started her degree to where she is now, she said she doesn’t ‘‘regret anything…''
In a recent tweet, Mthembu noted that she’s the Founder and Director of Passcara and Partners Incorporated.
''Allow me to Introduce myself. My name is Sinenhlanhla Passcara Mthembu and I am the Founder and Director of Passcara and Partners Incorporated. I am a 25 year old and the owner of this Law Firm. I am to Inspire. If I did it then so can you,'' she said.
Mthembu reveals that the difficult part about her job is how it sometimes gets when she has to market herself.
She indicates that there is a thin line between marketing and touting.
''Touting is like when you are asking or begging for clients. It makes it hard to market because you don’t want cross that thin line that the [legal] council has put for us.''
She is counting on her clients to recommend her firm to potential clients to grow her business.
“The nice thing about our field is word-of-mouth.”
Mthembu has undoubtedly shattered glass ceilings and has become an inspiration to many especially young women her age.
In a related story, after years of hard work, young Ghanaian female lawyer, Adwoa Amoako Adjei, has been called to The Gambia and Ghana bars.
Recently, Adwoa Amoako Adjei, who is also an entrepreneur, is attracting attention on social media after her admirable feat became public.
Base Africa TV reports that she is one of the youngest female lawyers to be called to The Gambia and Ghana bars.
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