- Benjamin, the CEO and MD of Mawule Integrated Services, achieved remarkable success within just five years of starting his own firm, specialising in industrial machine fabrication and installation
- He spoke to Briefly News, reflecting on his 12 years of work experience after high school, during which he got married and had children
- Despite the initial hardships, he transformed his experience into a thriving international business, collaborating with clients from various countries and prioritising safety
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Benjamin, the CEO and MD of Mawule Integrated Services, has achieved remarkable success within a short span of five years since starting his own firm.
After high school, he had to work for 12 years straight, which was a difficult period during which he got married and had kids.
They specialise in fabricating and installing industrial machines, including elevators, conveyors, dismantling/erecting silos and various other technical and installation jobs.
Some of the impressive successes of Benjamin's Mawule Integrated Services
"We have, over the last five years, worked with Germans, Lebanese, Turkish, Indians, and many more, and we work in Ghana, Nigeria, and other neighbouring countries.
"One thing I'm grateful we have achieved is that we have not recorded any fatal accidents since we started operations in 2018."
Reflecting on his past, he recounted,
"It used to be difficult to feed myself, my wife and my children, especially when I was working with other people."
Self-taught tailor inspires with determination for success
In another story reported by Briefly News, 21-year-old Andile Dladla is inspiring the masses with her unique designs. Using money she received from Durban University of Technology's (DUT) Midlands Entrepreneurship Centre's Seed Funding, she bought herself a brand-new sewing machine.
Dladla was born in a small village in Empangeni called Kwesakamthethwa. In February 2019, the Bachelor of Education student used pocket money to purchase a sewing machine. Through YouTube, she managed to teach herself how to sew.
Yearning to advance her skills, Dladla attained the help of a local tailor at a cost of R60 per day. She registered her company later in 2019 and now works from home.
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