Entrepreneur

IT PAYS TO PERSEVERE; THE CASE OF ASANTE M’MANGA

BOSS LADY By Thecla Thando. Gone are the days when school leavers had to wait for someone to employ them. It’s old civilization to hear someone wincing courtesy of tough bosses at their various workplaces. After all, why stress when you know you can be your own boss? Asante M’manga is one example of modern day breed of Boss Ladies ...

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STIRRING THE GIFTS TO CRACK UNEMPLOYMENT

NEWS | ENTREPRENEUR By Julius Oliver Chimaliro. Whether he was being optimistic or out of rare curiosity, Alekeni Magalasi knows well. He asked his father to do him one favour; send him to school and see him fail or give him the money for fees so he could start whatever business he deemed fit. Realizing his flowing skills in multimedia ...

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THINK LIKE A MAN ACT LIKE A WOMAN-CHICCO THE BOSSLADY

BOSS LADY By Thecla Thando. Men are still earning more than women for working the same jobs, and there’s still plenty of sexism in and around the job. Sometimes it’s tough being a woman especially in workplaces. Thankfully there are plenty of women fighting these small-minded ideas everyday and Chikondi Carolyn Kawonga is one of them. Chikondi Kawonga a 25 ...

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SAVE AND INVEST

THE YOUNG GENERATION By Gomezgani Mhango. It is not common in Malawi for the youths to save money in order to invest in the near future. But they are on top when it comes to clubbing every weekend, changing hair styles now and then, buying expensive labels, GUCCI, ADIDAS, you name it. Some say at this age one is not ...

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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A WOMAN

BOSS LADY By Nomsa Rhudo Mwale. This week, the column has taken a rather unorthodox approach by revealing what a real lady goes through in their everyday life. Thoughts are what make us. If you think of evil then pain and destruction follows, but if you are at peace with your thoughts then joy follows. Womanhood is a growth by ...

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2018 A YEAR OF BUILDING BRANDS – Aggie Likongwe

BOSS LADY By Thecla Thando. “Define success on your own terms, achieve it by your own rules, and build a life you’re proud to live,” Anne Sweeney “Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you.” Oprah Winfrey As we continuing giving you Boss ladies who will inspire as well as motivate you, this week ...

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ESTER BANDA’S GLORIOUS RISE TO STARDOM

BOSS LADY By Philes Davis Determination. Focused. Goal oriented. These clearly define the glorious journey of Ester Banda, an energetic entrepreneur who sells wedding regalia to would-be brides, and grooms down town Blantyre and surrounding areas. Ester’s entrepreneurial journey dates back to 2014. Typical of most entrepreneurs, hers is also another version of from-a-scratch-to-prosperity. With only two wedding dresses, her ...

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ESTHER IDA CHABAKUKA; COURAGE DEFINED IN THREE LITTLE WORDS

BOSS LADY By Philes Davis . It is a fact that the majority of Malawians are cowards when it comes to making choices of whether to be their own bosses or remain under the pangs of some employer. Given a choice, most of us do secretly admire to be our own bosses. However, not many of us can dare leave ...

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MEET TRIZAH TITUS; A DEFINITION OF A GO-AND-GRAB-IT-IF-YOU-CAN LADY

THE BOSS LADY Urban Dictionary defines a Boss Lady as an uptown independent lady who aims high and commands respect courtesy of her hassles. She is too independent to let men neither use her nor abuse her just because of her biological make up. She is not moved by fellow ladies who are more often than not aim at demeaning ...

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20-YEAR-OLD FEMALE INNOVATES SOFTWARE FOR EASING LEGAL CASE BACKLOGS

NEWS | INNOVATION By Gibson C Kamanga She is just slightly above 20 years old, but she has developed a software, that if wholesomely adopted by the country’s legal firms, will ease a backlog of cases that has come to characterize the Malawi’s legal management industry. Meet Faith Banda, a third year bachelor of Business Information Technology student at the ...

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