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Powerhouse: Malungelo Zilimbola

With R2 million in personal savings as his start-up capital, Malungelo Zilimbola established an asset management firm which today manages assets of R48 billion

Spirit Notes: The case for criticism

When you ask for an honest opinion, beware: you might just get it. Yet once you've soothed your wounded ego, you may find that beneath hurtful criticism lies valuable advice.

Entrepreneurs taking the lead

Four of the country’s most successful entrepreneurs talk about what the journey to success requires from you physically, emotionally and mentally

Princes of procurement

Tenderpreneurship is often associated with corruption and a lack of business acumen. We talk to two businessmen who are challenging the stereotype

Speaking in (new) tongues

In a world in which English reigns as the universal lingua franca, how necessary is it to be multilingual?

Retail File: Bold and Distinguished At Any Age

Four bankers offer insights into their careers and investing tips, while showing you how to spruce up an ordinary corporate suit this summer.

Be the boss

So, you see yourself assuming your line manager’s position someday . . . but the question is, will you still be a contender when your employer has separated the wheat from the chaff?

Reader’s review: HTC One smartphone

We chat to Wayne Hutamo, Creative Director of Reserved Projects, about the HTC One smartphone.

Answering the call

The story of Imtiaz Sooliman and the humanitarian organisation he founded in the 1990s, Gift of the Givers, is a profound and inspiring one. Journalist Shafiq Morton talks to DESTINY MAN about his book entitled: Imtiaz Sooliman and the Gift of the Givers, A Mercy to All

There to help

While his peers are checking out the latest fashion trends and fussing about the newest club bangers on iTunes, 25-year-old Thabiso Chauke spends his time sourcing funding to supply school shoes to underprivileged kids in South Africa


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