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What our women have to say

"A description of what has been and a promise of what is to come" 

Noxolo Kapela - Founder of AfroTravEx

Women Enabled Enterprises Entrepreneur - Cohort 1 2021

African experiences curated and told by Africans? Sounds like music to our ears. AfroTravEx is a travel marketplace that allows local communities to connect with travellers that are seeking authentic African experiences. Have a BnB or sell Umqombothi? List your services on AfroTravEx and give the world an experience of a lifetime. 

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Portia Gumede - Founder of Koti SA

Women Enabled Enterprises Entrepreneur - Cohort 3 2020

Koti SA is a one-stop-shop for traditional wedding gifts.
Planning a wedding?

Let Koti SA source, sort and deliver your traditional wedding gift list.
Koti SA has branches in KZN, delivers nationwide and offers an array of traditional gifts that will allow you to focus on enjoying the festivities of your event.


Tumi Erasmus - Founder of  TED Studio 

Women Enabled Enterprises Entrepreneur - Cohort 4 2020

Need to create a website? Struggling to keep up with social media trends? Boitumelo Erasmus has the solution for YOU. With a demonstrated ability in Web Design and Digital Marketing, Tumi is certain to take your small business from zero to hero. Her solutions are bound to give your business that extra digital presence it needs.


Mamorena Chaane Founder of
Takatso Marketing Hub

Women Enabled Enterprises Entrepreneur - Cohort 1 2021

"Content is King but engagement is Queen and the lady rules the house".

Mamorena Chaane is using her passion for Marketing to reinvent and set the wheels in motion for brands to push boundaries and continue to remain top of mind. 


Maseabe Mokhine Founder of
Runako Naturals

Women Enabled Enterprises Entrepreneur - Cohort 1 2021

Through her brand, Maseabe is reminding people of colour about the beauty that lies in ethnic hair and how her products seek to make the natural hair journey hassle-free. She's passionate about inspiring others to love their hair and embrace it.

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