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The inspiring young South African behind a township textile company

…Tshintsholo’s plan for the future is to one day open a pan-African bank so that the continent’s countries no longer have to borrow money from elsewhere in the world and remain ensnared in debt. But, in the meantime, he wants to focus on completing his education and growing production capacity in his textile factory.

His advice to other entrepreneurs is to have patience when it comes to growing their ventures and reaching their dreams.

“Even though in the short term things might look like they’re not coming together, as long as you have that long-term vision of where you want to go, you are on track to getting there. If you don’t know where you want to go, you can’t get there. So have a clear picture of where you want to be, and build towards getting there,” he highlighted….

The inspiring young South African behind a township textile company

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Writer, Entrepreneur & Activist. Interests: History, Entrepreneurship, Business, Motors, Architecture, Aviation, Travel, Food and Art.

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This entry was posted on October 23, 2015 by in Africa, Development and tagged , , , , .
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