Entrepreneurs vs self-employed

Self-employed vs Entrepreneurs

Often we assume these two people are the same an Entrepreneur and self-employed. I think because they are both business owners that is why we think they are the same. 

When you take time to see the difference between them then you realize they are not the same. 

What is Self-Employed – Working for oneself as a freelancer or the owner of a business rather than for an employer.

When you look closely between the two. Self-employed started a business to employ themselves. They are working for themselves. The is nothing wrong with being self-employed you created a business to employ yourself.

They know what they want and therefore do it themselves.

What is an Entrepreneur – A person who organizes and operates a business, entrepreneurs usually take on greater than normal financial risks in order to do so.

Entrepreneurs want to create jobs not only for themselves but for others. They usually want to create a legacy that even in their absence the business still operates. They have systems in place that they have created that even in their absence of leave the business still operates.

They think outside the box for the best ways to succeed and move on to their next venture

 

Self-Employed

-Goal-Oriented

-Hard Working

-Quality Conscious

-Good Communicator

Entrepreneurs 

-Creative    

-Visionaries          

-Confident 

-Passionate  

-Flexible  

-They go after their dreams

-Invest in their business to grow

Conclusion

The hard truth is the majority of business owners are self-employed.
When your business remains small it means the business is dying a slow death and that worries any entrepreneur that wants freedom.

 

Comment below: 

Why did you start a business? 

Where do you see yourself as an entrepreneur or self-employed?

Business to start with no money

3 Businesses that you can start with no money

Starting a business with no capital may seem impossible, I know right. But how can you do that? You may ask, with a little research and planning is very much possible. We are going to give you five businesses you can start with no money.

Businesses differ so is their business model some businesses are:

  • High-cost business model
  • Medium-cost business model
  • low-cost business model
  • No-cost business model

Now, depending on your financial situation is best to start a business that has a low or no-cost business model.

Yard cleaning and gardening

Have you seen at people’s yards lately?

The regular rain people’s yards are dirty, but people are skeptical to hire people to come to clean their yards, but they would rather trust companies that can take responsibility if anything gets stolen. 

Think about it if you charge a monthly premium of R50 – R1 000 depending on your location. You can get a monthly fee of about 

R2 500( R50 X 50 Clients) for small communities and R10 000 (R500 x 20 clients) for clients with bigger yards.

I’m not even talking about cleaning the houses but just the yard alone!!!

Admin assistance

Small businesses especially solopreneurs need help.

Have you seen an office of an entrepreneur?

 By just getting five clients that you can help with their admin, and they pay a monthly fee for you to just organize their documents and type.

When you start a business that is admin assistance you just need clients that you can help with their admin. 

 How can you start an admin assistance business?

Start by getting the first 5 clients for you to understand what small businesses need help with. 

After building a system that works for you and your client. To grow your business you can train college students who need to be placed for 18 months of practical work in management assistance. You can continue to grow your business to virtual assistance. 

Bookkeeping

One of the mistakes we make as entrepreneurs is seeing money coming in and we think we are making money. Start-up and small businesses can’t afford a booker from a big business. If you can approve 5-10 clients to do their bookkeeping you will be taking huge stress off their shoulders.

You can be able to make things simple to the client like how much they made a month, their expenses. Are they running their businesses at a loss, or do they need to revisit their pricing.

The are many more businesses that you can start with little to no money like:

  • Babysitting
  • Graphic Design
  • Website Design
  • Marketing 
  • Consulting
  • Blogging
  • Social Media Influencer
  • Photography
  • Videography

 

Did you start you business with low to no money comment below how did you do it?

Access To Market Using Technology

JTG Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp

JTG 2021/2022 Bootcamp

The JTG women entrepreneur Bootcamp will take place on the 1s quarter.  

Theme: Access to market using technology post-COVID-19

Sharpening women digital skills

 “Enhancing Income growth among Small and Micro Women Entrepreneurs through technology”

 

Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund is the only initiative by the Northern Cape Government, that has been instrumental in the promotion of women’s economic empowerment. 

MRKTTF provides accessible, affordable credit, grants, and non-financial support services. We assist in starting and expanding businesses for sustainable livelihood.

It has been a year since the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded and we now look ahead to the serious work of rebooting our communities and our economies for a better, more sustainable, and equitable post-pandemic world.  

Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp 2021, will be held under the theme “Access to market using technology post-COVID-19.”  

Access To Market Using Technology

Post Covid-19, digital technology has become a lifeline for millions around the world, and a critical tool to cope with the crisis and its aftermath. It is now or never; Women Entrepreneurs need to be digitally empowered. Today technology is a core part of everyday life. 

Almost every day we use smartphones, tablets, and computers to search for information, navigate to new places, pay bills and connect with our family and friends. The number of digital tools at our disposal is endless, however, many women are still struggling digitally. Smartphones offer a range of new ways to communicate, network, and learn. If women don’t know how to utilize digital tools, their businesses will suffer. It is therefore important to build capacities through skills training and complement that with digital equipment.

 

Objectives of the JTG women entrepreneur Bootcamp 

  • ICT interventions that are directed at economically empowering women capitalize on the potential of these technologies as knowledge and networking tools for women as producers and distributors of goods and services. 
  • To connect women to new and wider markets, broaden their social networks and provide them with information that opens up important economic opportunities.
  • Provide required training and mentoring in digital space;
  •  Provide digital tools to beneficiaries of the Bootcamp

Request for Partnerships / Sponsorships JTG women entrepreneur Bootcamp 

We don’t only want the women entrepreneurs capacitated, but we want them to have resources with relevant Information Communication Technology package which includes software program laptop, WI-FI router, Smartphone, Printer, etc.

We look forward to this partnership which will allow us to facilitate and create a wide-ranging positive economic and social impact in the form of job creation, skills development, and investment in Women’s Small businesses.

Apply to be part of the JTG 2021/2022 Bootcamp

Please fill in all the fields as requested

Sumeya General Trading Business Card

First Business Launch

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund is doing its first business launch.

We are too excited! The countdown has started!

The business that we are launching is in Colesberg, Pixley Ka Seme District

Sumeya General Trading (Pty) Ltd is a roof sheet manufacturing business, i.e.; corrugated iron and IBR. Sumeya is one of the only 2 businesses found in the Northern Cape that manufacture roof sheets. The other roof manufacturing business is in the Namakwa District. This opportunity presents wonderful returns as the market is wide open for another player.

Franchises for building materials and other private retailers are currently procuring these goods from outside the province. This spikes up the pricing and, to some extent, causes delays when supply is lacking, especially during times when there are some unforeseen circumstances like a hard lockdown and the recent unrest experienced.

Sumeya General Trading Business Card

Sumeya General Trading secured funding from the NC economic development department and managed to buy the production machine. SEDA managed to acquire an QMS for the enterprise and have continually been giving non-financial support to the business such as developing a business plan. Together with SEDA, Pixley Ka Seme District came on-board by helping to refine the business plan particularly looking at the financial plan of the concept and gave it a bankable sense and also continues to give necessary support where needed.

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund has supported a lot of businesses financially and non-financially. The question that will come is, why is Sumeya General Trading the first business we are launching?
Sumeya is one of the businesses that didn’t just wait for handouts. What is encouraging is that the business also invested over half a million rand to cover the shortfall and secure a rental space.

To us, this shows the character of one who truly believes in the success of their business and is not afraid to take calculated risk.

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund is a developmental institution that offers non-financial and financial services. We come to your business, assess it, and help your business to be sustainable. When there is a need for financial support and your business is fund-ready, financial assistance is then made available. In some instances, such as this one, the funding required is beyond our threshold. This is where we engage all relevant stakeholders and partners, combine resources in order to succeed at developing the business. This is handled as a project which we then lead from start to finish. 

This project presents opportunity to become a skills development training centre and employment opportunities for the people of PKS. The business is labour intensive therefore, there will be a need for few locals to be absorbed either permanently or temporarily especially where big orders come flooding in.

Directors are skilled in the manufacturing environment as well as the finance industry, respectively. This gives an assurance that the key components of the business are in good hands as experience is most relevant to the project at hand.

MRKTTF 1st Business Launch

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund aspires to serve our people and better their lives through enterprise development.

Supporting and promoting women’s entrepreneurship in the Northern Cape is what Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund is all about.

Thank you for your support

Northern Cape
Pixley Ka Seme District
5000byAug

5000 By 31 August 2021 – Outreach Program

5000 By 31 August 2021 – Outreach Program

Do you own a business?
Are you a woman situated in the Northern Cape?

Then Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund is looking for you!

In this month of August as we celebrate woman’s month Mme Re Ka Thusa is looking for 5000 women-owned businesses to add to their database.

We will be having an outreach program in all the districts to understand the problems that you face as a women entrepreneur

Mme Re Ka Thusa will then connect you and aline you with stakeholders and businesses that will assist you with financial and non-financial support.

Don’t miss out on being part of the 5000 women in our database by 31 August 2021.

Frances Baard District 02 Aug – 06 Aug 2021
John Taolo Gaetsewe District 09 Aug – 13 Aug 2021
ZF Mqcawu District 16 Aug – 20 Aug 2021
Namakwa District 23 Aug – 27 Aug 2021
Pixley Ka Seme District 30 Aug – 2 Sep 2021

Did you miss us? Or you are not available when we do a pop-up in your district no problem. Click the link to answer a short survey and add your business to our database => https://forms.gle/qbPKfjizn2Siv22J7

Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust – Supporting and Promoting Women Entrepreneurship

MRKTTF 2020 achievements

MRKTTF 2020 achievements

Makeup workshop
Pixley Ka Seme Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp
Business resuscitation COVID19 relief fund roadshow
Hired a new Enterprise Development Manager
A new Digital Media Service Provider
Whatsapp Group and Teambuilding

The year 2020 was difficult.
We were faced with a pandemic we never prepared for businesses closed their door and people lost their jobs.

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund achievement in 2020 are:

We supported over 100 female entrepreneurs from aspiring, start-up, small and medium businesses.

Makeup Workshop

MRKTTF took upcoming makeup artists from Dikgatlong, Phokwane, and Magareng Local Municipality for a makeup workshop. After paying for the training they bought them makeup boxes of the value of R1 500, Makeup brushes R420 and a gift voucher.

This initiative was to help take their hobby or passion and turn it into a business.

MRKTTF Wprkshop1

To read more about the Makeup Workshop click here!

Upcoming Makeup Artists

Pixley Ka Seme Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp

The purpose of the 2020 Bootcamp was to assist women and their businesses. 

Steadying Enterprise Beyond LockDown Interruptions Business Resuscitation.

To keep their businesses open and find new ways of doing so.

The were masterclasses for:

Class 1: Compliance and registration UIF/SDL/TERS done by Department of labour Mr. Ivan Young/ Cordelia Mokgesi 

Class 2: Financial Management Restructuring by National Youth Development Agency Ms. Tshiamo Motlhaba 

Class 3: SMME relief funding by Department of Small Business Development Mr. Tebogo Rapopo 

Class 4: Digital transformation to benefit small businesses (Importance of adding your business online) by Alien Tech Ms. Precious Matlhaba 

Class 5: Department of Public Works and infrastructure opportunities for SMMEs

The purpose of the masterclasses was non-financial support to assist women entrepreneurs during this covid19 pandemic.

Financial support was also given to the entrepreneurs as the was an equipment handover ceremony.

To read more about Pixley Ka Seme Women Entrepreneur Boot click here!

Business resuscitation COVID19 relief fund roadshow

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund Business Resuscitation Roadshow was to give our beneficiaries support to grow their businesses. When times got hard, they preserved, got out of their comfort zone to turn things around.

The business resuscitation roadshow is to help support and grow women-owned small businesses in the Northern Cape.

Female entrepreneurs are the hardest working in the world, not only do they run businesses but households.

We went to all the districts in the Northern Cape. To give women entrepreneurs a hand up and not a handout, after the businesses got a knockdown from COVID19. 

Equipment’s handed out

  • Gazebo Package branded with the business names and contact details to help market the business. The package included (1 Branded gazebo, 2 camp chairs, 1 teardrop, 1 folding table,1 table cloth)
  • Laptop package included laptop bag, laptop, wireless mouse, wireless printer, and a router)
  • IT support
  • Trailer
  • Jojo Tanks
  • Overlocker machine
  • Sewing machine
  • Gas Stove
  • Material
  • Rent payment
  • Flat top grill
  • Business branding and Marketing

To read more about the Business resuscitation COVID19 relief fund roadshow click here!

Hired a new Enterprise Development Manager

Mr. Bongani Tekana is also known as Bongz Tk, is the Enterprise Development Manager (EDM).

He is direct support for all the District Co-ordinators. He ensures the realization of the Trust’s strategic business training, mentoring objectives, and optimize quality service delivery. Through the utilization of available resources to reach the Trust’s mandate (Supporting and Promoting Women Enterprise). 

Mr. Bongani Tekana

For compliments or complaints when you don’t get help from the District coordinators, this is the guy to contact CELL: 081 216 1022

When you want to start a business, grow, need advice, or assistance. District Coordinators are the first people to contact.

Talk to our district coordinator in your district.

District Coordinator for Frances Baard District –> Mr. Pako Diphapo, CELL: 081 314 2172 

District Coordinator for Pixley Ka Seme District -> Mrs. Liliwe Phongolo, CELL: 061 437 9847

District Coordinator for John Taolo Gaetsewe ->Ms. Dineo Mecwi, CELL: 061 438 7951 

District Coordinator of Namakwa District -> Mr. Brandon Sasta Raymond, CELL: 061 440 9204

District Coordinator of ZF Mqcawu District -> Mr. Donovan Mlaza, CELL: 061 443 0793

 Digital Media Service Provider

Ms. Precious Matlhaba is the digital media service provider for Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund.

Digital media refers to any kind of information broadcast to people through a screen.

Examples of digital media include software, digital images, digital video, video games, web pages and websites, social media, digital data and databases, digital audio such as MP3, electronic documents, and electronic books.

Ms. Precious Matlhaba

Precious offer the following services to MRKTTF is:
Website Design
Hosting
Facebook Management
Creating Content
Keeps online presence updated

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund support and promote female entrepreneurs. Precious is a female entrepreneur, her business name is Alien Tech – Making personal memories unforgettable.

 For any issues with the Website, Facebook please send me an email at media@mmerekathusatrustfund.co.za

 

Teambuilding

To make sure we assist our clients to the best of our ability. We went for a Team building.

2021 we want to be a cohesive team. Work together to meet the needs of our clients, by accomplishing their purpose and goals.

Team building activities are to motivate people to work together. To develop their strengths, and to address any weaknesses.

The term building that took place last year assisted in understanding the issues of the organization and how to fix them.

Team building is a very important culture for our organization it helps the team to get to know each other, and to understand the common goal.

MRKTTF Team building

MRKTTF Whatsapp group

MRKTTF Whatsapp group is to establish collective conversations with female entrepreneurs. In the group, you will find relevant information and opportunities for entrepreneurs.

The group does not only share MRKTTF information but entrepreneurship information. 

How do I join MRKTTF Whatsapp?

Send us a message on Facebook -> Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund-Mrkttf | Facebook and say Add Me On The Whatsapp Group leave your name and number.

Visit our website regularly. Like and follow our Facebook page to stay up to date with everything that is happening at Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund – Supporting and Promoting Women Entrepreneurship

 

 

We want to see you succeed!

Upcoming Makeup Artists Supported

Upcoming Makeup Artists Supported

On the 21st of October 2020, Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund (MRKTTF) called upcoming makeup artists to help them start or grow their makeup business.

Makeup workshop 1 took place on the 4th of November 2020 at Tamsin’s Beauty Lounge, Kimberley.

MRKTTF Wprkshop1

There was an overwhelming amount of people who were interested in the workshop. We only had limited space.
We decided to start with Dikgatlong, Phokwane, and Magareng Local Municipality. Sol Plaatje municipality will follow.
The will be other workshops depending on the availability of the service provider.

The winner of the first makeup workshop is Joy Nomhle Raadt.

JMRKTTF Workshop 1 Winner oy

Joy won a spray and 2 shimmer dust from Tamsin’s Beauty Lounge.
Joy is a 26-year-old self-taught make artist. Originally from Eastern Cape (Middleburg)moved to Kimberley in 2010 and completed high school in 2013 at Northern Cape High School.
In 2017, she started a wig/hair business and later in the year fell in love with makeup.

Watching YouTube tutorials daily, she made it her mission to learn everything she needs to do makeup artistry, and she never looked back ever since.
Joy currently is based in Delportshoop, Dikgatlong Local Municipality.
Today, Joy gives clients makeovers for weddings, matric dance, baby shower, etc.

Here is some of Joy’s work.

Joy's Work
Joy's Work on Clients

Joy said," God willing, in the next few years, I see myself as a well-known makeup artist with a booming business known not only in a small town but other cities as well."

MRKTTF supporting upcoming makeup artist with:

  •  Makeup masterclass R400
  • Brushes R420
  • Makeup Box R1 500
  • Gift Voucher R300

MRKTTF assists aspirant entrepreneurs who want to own businesses but, they do not know how and where to start. We take passion, hobby, or skill and turn it into a business.

Sometimes you do not go to school to learn how to run a small business but, you have a business. That is where MRKTTF comes in to assist you, to take you to step by step in your business journey.

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund helps small businesses to grow their businesses so that they can grow and join the economy of the province and the country.

“Whether you are doing makeup out of a hobby or passion they are things you can do and things you can’t do. They are consequences that can ruin your reputation as a makeup artist.

Photos of the MRKTTF Workshop 1

Advise by the Provincial Manager Mrs. Gladys Motshele:

  • Always advise the clients to go for facial testing at Dischem, Clicks, Foschini, Truworths, Edgars. etc. The skin testing of what is going to react on you your skin and what is not.
  • At your own time, at your own cost, at your own pace. Learn how to test people’s skin, and test the makeup foundation you must use on different skin colors.
  • Let clients bring the makeup they use or make them sign an indemnity form that protects you if their skin reacts to the makeup you used on them.
  •   Collaboration is very important, make partnerships with other makeup artists. Some can be excellent in eyeshades, contouring, overlining, etc. 
  • Every day try to check one or two things about your industry.
  • Research the does and don’t about the makeup and beauty industry.
  • The moment you open the business bank account, take out public reliability insurance. When you are running a business, you are running it for the public. Protect yourself and your business

If you don’t know the cost of your makeup and how many people your makeup can accommodate.

It means you like what you are doing but on the administrative business side. You don’t know what you are doing!

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund- Supporting and Promoting Women Entrepreneurship contact us to assist you with non-financial and financial support.

MRKTTF follow the passion of an individual woman and support it because we want to see you grow.

Photos of the Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund Makeup Handover

Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp

Pixley Ka Seme Women Entrepreneur Boot camp 2020

Women Entrepreneur Boot camp 2020​

Every year Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund holds a Woman Entrepreneur Bootcamp, and this year we are at Pixley Ka Seme District.

The Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp has different masterclasses.

Each Bootcamp has a theme, and this year’s theme is Business Resuscitation- Steadying Enterprise Beyond LockDown Interruptions.o.

We know and understand the impact COVID19 brought to the business. Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund, we are here to help female entrepreneurs in the Northern Cape.

November is entrepreneurship month, Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund take this opportunity every year to uplift women by doing a Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp.

In 2019, the Women Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp was held in ZF Mgcawu District.
In 2020, the Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp will be at Pixley Ka Seme District.

The Bootcamp will help to promote access to information on funding, franchising, enterprise, and supplier development.

Pixley Ka Seme District Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp VENUE​

RSVP: with Mercia/Wendy@ 053 831 4583 OR

 Liliwe Nqwane @ 061 437 9847

TIME:09h00 – 14h00

DATE: 18 November 2020 

VENUE: Colesburg Civic Centre

DATE: 19 November 2020 

VENUE: De Aar Multi-Purpose Centre

 

For more details about the event, go to

Call -> 053 831 4583

Facebook->  Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund-Mrkttf

Website ->  www.mmerekathusatrustfund.co.za 

 

Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp

Grow your business by growing yourself.
Sometimes a business does not need money, but as an entrepreneur, you need the skill to grow your business.

Ask yourself this month what motivates you as an Entrepreneur to do what you do?

Women Entrepreneur Bootcamp
Business resuscitation covid19 relief fund roadshow

Business resuscitation covid19 relief fund roadshow

Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund embarked on a provincial intervention the Business resuscitation roadshow in response to COVID19.

The roadshow currently took place in 4 districts. 

  • 19th  October 2020 Namakwa District at Libra Haal, Bergsig Springbok @ 09h00.
  • 20th October 2020 ZF MQCAWU District at DAWID Kruiper Municpal Grounds @ 9h00
  • 22th  October 2020 John Taolo Gaetsewe District at Gasegonyane                                                         Municipal Ground @11h00
  • 28th October 2020 Frances Baard District at 19 Chapel Street
    Kimberley,  Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund back grounds.

 

All the programs started with the small prayer and the program director Mr. Bongani Tekana the new Enterprise Development Manager introduced the stakeholders.

 

Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund Provincial Manager Mrs Gladys Motshele explained the purpose of the Business resuscitation show.

Business Resuscitation Roadshow MRKTTF Upington

Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund’s mandate is to create an environment where Women in small business informal and formal businesses thrive.

 

When the country was on a hard lock down businesses suffered but informal and start-up small formal businesses were the worst hit. Women had no income therefore were exposed; women abuse in South Africa increased.

Going back to the office we knew we had to help women to get back on their feet to provide for their families.

Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund created a COVID19 relief fund to informal and formal businesses which received 200 applications from women in business. The COVID19 relief fund is divided into 2 phases the first phase is the equipment and the second phase is stock.

 

For the 2nd phase there will be a one on one meeting with the district coordinator and enterprise development manager to discuss where one usually buy their

 stock from.

As it didn’t make sense to buy stock and travel all the districts with them in this hot weather. Therefore, that is why the stock purchased need to be able to sustain the business to get your business up and running.

Business resuscitation roadshow intervention includes skills, compliance support, equipment stock, rental infrastructure, etc.

We support female entrepreneurs to thrive through their enterprise development instruments.

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Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund giving a hand up and no longer a handout.

The business resuscitation roadshow is to salute the female entrepreneur’s courage, hard work, and dedication.

Women entrepreneurs, when times got hard, you did not give up, you preserved, you got out of your comfort zone to turn things around.

Business intervention that Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund did:

  • Namakwa District => 22
  • ZF MQCAWU District => 18
  • John Taolo Gaetsewe District => 36
  • Frances Baard District => 28

Equipment’s handed out:

  • Gazebo Package branded with the business names and contact details to help market the business. The package included (1 Branded gazebo, 2 camp chairs, 1 teardrop, 1 folding table,1 table cloth)
  • Laptop package included laptop bag, laptop, wireless mouse, wireless printer, and a router)
  • IT support
  • Trailer
  • Jojo Tanks
  • Over locker machine
  • Sewing machine
  • Gas Stove
  • Material
  • Rent payment
  • Flat top grill
  • Business branding and Marketing

Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund no longer giving handouts but giving a hand up to grow your business.

Follow us on Facebook and our blog to stay updated with everything we do!

 

Mmê Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund –Supporting and Promoting Women Entrepreneurship

#BusinessResuscitationRoadshowMRKTTF

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund Business Resuscitation Roadshow

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund Business Resuscitation Roadshow

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund business resuscitation roadshow is to help support and grow women-owned small businesses in the Northern Cape.

Female entrepreneurs are the hardest working in the world, not only do they run businesses but households.

Women Entrepreneurs

Women are entrepreneurs, mothers, wives, sisters, friends, advisors, colleagues, pillows of strength, a shoulder to cry on, strong, they here hard-working is appreciated and respected by Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund.

Women Entrepreneurs

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund Business Resuscitation Roadshow is to give our beneficiaries support to grow as they didn’t close their businesses. When times got hard, they preserved, got out of their comfort zone to turn things around.

They innovated, got creative, went online, tried something new, and for that, we salute our female-owned entrepreneurs and their small businesses.

The roadshow will be at all 5 Districts as follows:

MRKTTF Roadshow

19 October 2020 Namakwa District (Springbok)

20 and 21 October 2020 ZF Mgcawu District (Upington)

22 October 2020 John Taolo Gaetsewe District ( Kuruman)

Frances  Baard District (Kimberley) date will be confirmed

Pixley Ka Seme District (De Aar) date will be confirmed

If you are not yet our client, come and join us to learn more about Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund – Supporting and Promoting Women Entrepreneurship.

Follow us on Facebook and our blog to stay updated!

The countdown has started!

Mme Re Ka Thusa Trust Fund Business Resuscitation Roadshow