5 South African Websites For Entrepreneurs

1. Livestock Wealth

This innovative start-up allows you to invest in a portion of a calf, allowing lower-income brackets the opportunity to invest their money and earn a return. You make a small monthly contribution, which covers costs, and when your calf investment matures Livestock Wealth buys back the grown cow. This works out to roughly 12.4% return on investment.

2. How South Africa

How South africa gives you everything you’ve come to expect and love from South Africa. connects you to the whole of South Africa, History and life of the South African people and the world at large, wherever you are and at any time.

3. Mimi Women

Mimi Women is a business to empower girls. Her small business consists of a foundation that supports keeping girls in school through donated sanitary pads, a distribution arm that offers business opportunities for women in impoverished areas, and a fundraising arm to raise funds to build a factory to manufacture the sanitary pads locally.

4. Native Decor

Vusani Ravele’s business won funding from Gil Oved, founder of The Creative Counsel, on the very first episode of Shark Tank South Africa. Native Décor creates innovative and exciting products from sustainable timber. This small business’ designs are both visually pleasing and functional. Ravele’s creations are inspired by South Africa’s cultures, landscapes and wildlife.

5. Kahve Road

Kahvé Road is a premium coffee brand sourcing blends from all over the world, it opened its flagship store in Cavendish Square Cape Town.

RithenRamlal aims for Kahvé Road to become a dominant lifestyle brand both locally and abroad, focusing on the highest growth segments of the consumer coffee market, namely: Roasted and Ground Beans, Portioned (capsules) and Coldbrew.


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