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How to start a business with R20 (and no experience)

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Fernanda Morrow used to work in an unfulfilling corporate environment.

Then, one day, she walked into a charity shop, bought a fabric bag (although she couldn’t sew) for R20 and created a wildly successful fashion accessory business called Frugirl.

This is her inspirational story…

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