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Daily Archives: June 7, 2017

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Entrepreneur Advice from Basetsana Kumalo: Build a successful personal brand

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Build a successful personal brand….

“When you wake up each morning, you have to think of yourself as a brand
and act accordingly. How well you do that will define the brand’s success.
If you live the brand well, people start to believe in it and buy into it.
Over the years, people have shown great confidence in the Bassie brand and
that’s been really humbling.”

– Basetsana ‘Bassie’ Kumalo is a South African television personality,
beauty pageant titleholder, businesswoman, and philanthropist. Her career
began in 1990 when she was crowned Miss Soweto and Miss Black South Africa
at the age of 16. Since then, Bassie has become a formidable force in the
business world and is widely respected as both an entrepreneur and a
philanthropist. In 2011 she was honoured as a Young Global Leader by the
World Economic Forum.

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Entrepreneur Advice from Jennifer Riria: Expect to make mistakes

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“Have the humility to accept your failure so that you can use that as a
basis as you move on. I never say I have a problem, I say I have a
challenge. A challenge is like a pearl [which] grows in an oyster and it is
an irritant to the oyster but when they come out they are precious. So you,
as an entrepreneur, must find out what your pearls are. I use challenges as
a basis to springboard to a better standard.”

– Dr. Jennifer Riria is the Group CEO of Kenya Women Holding and one of
Africa’s leading women entrepreneurs who has always been on a mission to
transform the lives of women and their families in her native Kenya. She is
distinguished as a microfinance banker and practitioner, researcher and
gender specialist. She has served in many leadership roles for which she
has been recognized locally and internationally. In 2013 she was awarded
the Ernst & Young (EY) Entrepreneur of the year, East Africa 2013, and
subsequently, the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2014, at which point
she was admitted to EY’s Global Hall of Fame.

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Stephina Zwane and Salamina Mosese, media entrepreneurs telling Africa’s stories through the power of film and TV

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Getting the world to see Africa from a different perspective requires the
ability to harness the power of storytelling through the visual media, and
that is where South African tv and film production company, Sorele Media,
comes in. Talented and highly experienced founders, Stephina Zwane and
Salamina Mosese, are on a mission to not only produce great content, but
also to create a powerful online tv platform to get the right messages
across to audiences.

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