South Africans Doing Great Things

The youngest hospital CEO and young social entrepreneur doing great things

Dr Nokwethemba Mtshali-Hadebe is the youngest hospital CEO in South Africa and has expressed how much she loves her job.

At 31, she has made a name for herself amongst her peers as a go getter with both beauty and brains.

Her MBA has given her the much needed managerial expertise to lead her hospital of 767 employees.

Mtshali-Hadebe, CEO of Bertha Gxowa Hospital in Germiston, says people should do what they want to do.

Do what you love to do because it helps you wake up in the morning and following your passion gives you purpose. I love what I do, I love helping people.

Dr Nokwethemba Mtshali-Hadebe, CEO of Bertha Gxowa Hospital.

Inga Gubeka, is the founder and CEO of the Indalo Décor in Cape Town.

Gubeka says most of his clients are from Europe.

I use social media as a platform to market our brand globally. We reach clients from all parts of the world.

Inga Gubeka, Social entrepreneur

His business creates and manufactures wooden bags.

Premium whisky brand Glenfiddich has named a single malt whisky after Indalo Decor founder and Gubeka.

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