CapeTalk Small Business Awards

Township laundry service doing big things after Small Business Awards

Last year's Small Business Awards winner Ziyahlanjwa Laundry has experienced major business growth since receiving recognition and support from Sage One and CapeTalk.

Ziyahlanjwa Laundry founder Sivu Mongo explains that both clientele and profits have increased since she was profiled last year.

It played an important role to give me exposure to the target market which I couldn't reach before.

Sivu Mongo, Founder of Ziyahlanjwa Laundry Services

Mongo says her bookkeeping and financial management skills have also improved using Sage One accounting software which was part of the prize package she received.

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