‘If it’s your first business, franchising is the way to go’ – Pinky Moabi, franchisee.
Jessica Hubbard / 17 April 2018 00:01
Pinky Moabi, a Shell Ultra City franchisee, shares her inspiring story of entrepreneurship and personal growth.
The co-purchase by Women in Oil and Energy SA and Linsen Nambi ‘supports the government’s agenda of transformation’, including broad-based black women’s participation
18 APRIL 2018 – 14:16 MARK ALLIX
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Another year has come and gone. 2016 was indeed an eventful year. WOESA closed the year on a very high note with the conclusion of the acquisition of an additional stake in Norconsult Iyanda, making the company a Black Women owned company at 52% shareholding.
The WOESA strategy of bringing members on board to provide sweat equity is beginning to pay off.