According to IOL, Nthabeleng Likotsi is aiming to turn her 'Young Women in Business Network' (YWBN), into the first black female-owned Mutual Bank in South Africa. Likotsi was recently interviwed on Eusebius McKaiser's 702 show, speaking about her ambitions for the coming year and extraordinary life.
Born in the Free State, to a family of entrepreneurs who've been in business for over 33 years, Likotsi has seen her fair share of trials and tribulations such as failing her Certificate in Theory of Accounting (CTAs) 3 times. But this still didn't deter her.
According to 702, when Likotsi's started the Young Women in Business Network (YWBN) with 35 other young people in 2009, her intention was to support black entrepreneurs
Listen to the interview here where Likotsi talks about her inspirational story.