- A proud sister took to social media to give a shout out to her sister for starting her own business and getting paying customers
- Social media user @LollyMkunqwana was overflowing with pride and excitement so she shared the news with her Twitter peeps
- Women are starting to make moves in South Africa but are nowhere near where they need to be just yet
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It is so refreshing to see someone hyping their sibling up! A proud sister let the world know that her main lady is officially a business owner.
It takes a lot of courage and hard work to start your own hustle, and it is definitely something worth shouting from the rooftops.
Graduate honours rural roots in heartwarming picture, Mzansi expresses their emotions in the comments
“Y’all!!! Y’ALL!!! My sister is a businesswoman. Like legit legit! Her own BUSINESS!! Providing a service that pple are actually WILLINGLY paying for! I’m so proud of u babigal @AsinakoMkunqwa4.
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“Yazi when God shows off with his kids, he doesn’t do it in half measures.”
Some female-owned business fact in Mzansi
While women are on the rise, their participation in terms of business ownership is still extremely low. According to Mastercard Index, women account for only 19.4 percent of business owners in South Africa.
It is not easy to start your own business, especially as a woman in SA, however, it is female entrepreneurs who are going to turn the tables around. Watch this space!
Mzansi opens first woman-owned bank, cheeky owner is rude to male customer
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Briefly News previously reported that a local businesswoman's cheeky response to a potential customer has caused a stir on social media. What's more, it seems the male client received the nasty clap-back on the premise of his sex.
Twitter user @ndi_shony first shared the inspirational story of Mzansi's first-ever all-women owned bank, YWBN Mutual Bank. His post, however, was not all positive as the young social media user goes on to accuse its female owners of 'bashing men'.
It all started when one man enquired about stakes in the company, wondering how the newly formed business came to a price of R10 for each of its shares. He goes on to suggest a price-cut for the shares might be necessary.
Source: Briefly News