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Vusi Thembekwayo 16 May 2017

I am looking for South Africa’s Top 40 high growth entrepreneurs to mentor. Apply now and you could be next in line to be mentored by a dragon.

Click here to apply now

T & C’s apply. Applications close on the 31st of May at 12:00. No late submissions will be accepted.

  • martie smuts

    Dear Mr. Vusi, does one’s business need to have revenue of R1mil+ to apply?

  • Mthokozisi Nhlapo

    Hi Mr Thembakayo . I like how you speak about us as black people , what we have to do in order for us to do what we want to do , that gave great introspection and made me realize as a person where I want to be, I do not have a registered company nor revenue but I would like the opportunity to learn and become entrepreneur. I think more and more of our democracy needs people who are willing to mentor others and that’s where change occurs. I have a business idea in mind your expertise can be required if feasible for you to help.

  • Berchant M Masheka

    Hello Sir this my first time visiting your website, i get here by reading on Facebook that you just invested in RevFeed that was a smart move i would like to have A time with you and listening you

  • Koda Mk

    Hi Vusi how one does get to speak to you for just 20 mins. I would like to present an idea that I believe in.All i need is someone to see and understand my view. I hope you will.

  • Christian Ngubana

    Hi Mr vusithembekwayo, you’ve always inspired me, since people like people who are like themselves, you are a role model to me, a great personality in the entrepreneurship world, I believe you are more than I know about you. My concern is about the say ‘Rising Africa’, which simply means “Rising Africans” I am from an African french country living in South Africa, this has always disappointed me when people like you lookup and invest in English speaking countries, which really make sense in the business world. However, how about those who are hungry for such opportunities, but not from a colonised Africans English countries, that can ultimately be a game changer in our entire continent? and maybe this can make more sense in the concept of Rising Africans. I believe you might have some answers or any resources related to my question.
    Thank you.