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Fellows featured among leading entrepreneurs

Fellows featured among leading entrepreneurs

Three Tutu Fellows were selected for a list of leading Africans contributors to an article for up and coming entrepreneurs.  The three Fellows are Monica Musonda, Susan Mashibe,  and Swaady Martin.  The article, which is for the website Lionesses of Africa, is entitled The 50 best pieces of advice we featured in 2015 from some of Africa's leading women entrepreneurs.  The three Fellows are all active entrepreneurs in different fields.  Musonda is the founder of Zambian-based Java foods; Mashibe is the founder of VIA Aviation a Tanzanian business transport and aviation company; and Martin is the founder of YSWARA, a South African tea company.

The article is a compilation of short pieces of advice culled from articles posted about leading African female entrepreneurs and seeks to provide inspiration and practical advice to businesswomen starting up and building their own businesses.  Excerpts from the articles' advice include the following snippets:

Martin  - Pay attention to execution and be constantly solution-oriented.

Mashibe - It's all about the team. Good hiring, nurturing, and maintaining team health.

Musonda - Love what you do. You will need it to sustain you when you encounter failure.

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