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  • Caban Investments Ltd - MZUKISI LEMBENI
    tin tuc 24h Shareholder Login Username Password Remember Me Forgot your password Forgot your username Name Username Password Confirm Password Email Confirm email Address Captcha Fields marked with an asterisk are required Create an account Facebook Twitter Youtube LinkedIn Pinterest Home About Us Team Services Ambassadors Referrals Board Service Providers TBL Capital Dylan James Media Caban Enterprises Renewable Energy Investments Community Investment Companies Qinisanani Qei Holdings Blog News Contact Us Skip to content MZUKISI LEMBENI Director Qinisanani Investments Ltd Mzukisi Mzu Lembeni is the driving force behind Imizamo Yethu Tours He is the owner and tour operator of Imizamo Yethu Township Tours He has a strong passion for tourism and has gained much experience with tourism throughout his career starting in 1998 He has worked for different hotels around Cape Town Two Oceans Aquarium the Castle of Good Hope and City Sightseeing Cape Town on the red topless buses He received a tertiary education from University of South Africa in Tour Operation Management He attended College of Cape Town in 2007 where he studied for three years both tourism management and tour operations He has also received a Tourism Certificate from the Western Cape as a certified Western Cape Tour Guide and Eastern Tour Guide He is a Qualified Magician He has a great passion for community development in Khayelitsha and is developing an entrepreneurship programme with Caban to accelerate entrepreneurship in the area He is always wearing a smile and exuding infectious optimism Mzukisi is often in the news Below is a list of some of his appearances in local and international media IOL Travel Responsible tourism valued at Indaba IOL Travel Feel the reality of kasi culture GroupUp Entrepeneur spreads infectious optimism to tourists and Khayelitsha learners Die Burger Khayelitsha kan n mens ook inspireer Be the first

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  • Caban Investments Ltd - Displaying items by tag: Dave Romero
    on Facebook Twitter and LinkedIn Read more Entrepreneurship A very lonely road When walking down the road of establishing a business you will often find yourself asking who can truly help you You can talk to your life partner and family accountant and lawyer It is always important to obtain professional advice in business matters But where do you turn when you are feeling a bit lost or even despondent When you get conflicting advice which happens more often than one would think which advice do you follow I am often amazed to hear entrepreneurs seeking advice from friends that never have been in business It is surprising how keen and willing everyone is so willing to give business advice We at Caban believe that only entrepreneurs can effectively assist other entrepreneurs Only those that have walked down the entrepreneurship road can truly understand the pitfalls I remember before I had kids I started a bit later than most at the age of 35 I used to ask my friends what it was like to be a father The answer was always the same it cannot be described and one has to go through the experience I am now the father of three wonderful children and the experience is truly magical beyond explanation Entrepreneurship is the same you have to experience it to be able to advice properly I am a great believer in the right MBA programmes In fact I am embarking once again on this route My previous attempts were unsuccessful Not because the material was hard it was the fact that the professors teaching about business had never been in business themselves I started my business when I was 25 I started my MBA when I was 29 I already had four years business experience My argument with the lectures used to be the fact that the examples that were given were taken from the assumption that most things went right The reality is that most things go wrong Furthermore the lecturers were academics with no business experience I would pose questions to them such as what do they suggest one does when the debtors are slow in payment your bank facilities are maxed you have no cash flow and you need materials from your suppliers to produce The answer was usually let me look it up and I will come back to you Through experience one knows that in this kind of a situation more often than not if you speak to your suppliers frankly honestly and come up with a plan that is acceptable your suppliers will assist After all they want to keep you as a client This comes through experience No text book will tell you what to do under the above circumstances Having said that there are MBA programmes that add a lot of value Do research on the lectures before choosing one You will only learn from the failures It is pointless to focus on the success Why did a company

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  • Caban Investments Ltd - Displaying items by tag: Dave Romero
    to trust and understand them Unity is strength is such a strong saying and it is highly applicable in business If everyone is on the same page and pulling in the same direction you create strong energy that makes things happen People want to deal with businesses that have a strong team and are unified How often have you walked into business premises and felt a certain level of heaviness You just want to get out of there But a strong positive environment not only attracts customers but also the right staff When choosing staff for your business not only do you have to consider their respective qualifications but also whether the individual will fit into the business culture that has been created Will the individual add to the energy or be disruptive to the culture These are critical questions that could have dramatic impact on the business How are your current staff members being treated Are they just numbers or are they being treated as individuals Do you bombard them with strict corporate governance rules and regulations that install fear in them or do they have freedom to come up with ideas that benefit the business and are rewarded for their initiative Do you encourage entrepreneurial thinking within your business More importantly are they happy Do you know when their birthdays when their anniversary is and how many kids they have Do you take a genuine interest your people Any person that is appreciated and feels that their ideas are taken seriously will be more productive as opposed to a person that needs permission to go to the bathroom Are good ideas rewarded and acknowledged If you analyse the most successful companies in the world you will see how they treat their employees There is a strong correlation between the two One should treat staff properly not because it makes good business sense but because you want to Therefore when you put your budgets and yearly strategies in place the most important document you prepare should be a business relationships strategic plan This document can break or make your company and should be evaluated quarterly together with your budget and business plan review If you need some guidance on this contact me I ll gladly help You can also engage with us on Facebook Twitter and LinkedIn Read more Creation of the Sales Cluster We have increased our service offering to entrepreneurs by the creation of a Sales Cluster This cluster will assist entrepreneurs in selling their products and services This completes the Caban service offering by taking our entrepreneurship to a level not seen before in the Private Equity or Business Incubation industry By assisting in the generation of sales it places entrepreneurs in a much stronger position to attract investors We take a commission on successful sales which means there is no cash outlay for the entrepreneurs Selected entrepreneurs will now be able to take an idea right through to sales by joining the Caban team By

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  • Caban Investments Ltd - Displaying items by tag: Dave Romero
    your password Forgot your username Name Username Password Confirm Password Email Confirm email Address Captcha Fields marked with an asterisk are required Create an account Facebook Twitter Youtube LinkedIn Pinterest Home About Us Team Services Ambassadors Referrals Board Service Providers TBL Capital Dylan James Media Caban Enterprises Renewable Energy Investments Community Investment Companies Qinisanani Qei Holdings Blog News Contact Us Skip to content Capital Raising Nightmare or Opportunity You have a great idea and have decided to become an entrepreneur You have put together a detailed business plan and now you start the journey of raising capital Believe me it s a journey It requires self belief and a huge amounts of tenacity You will knock on VC s doors and most of the time they will not be interested A normal response from a VC is to suggest that you get something going first and then come talk to them You become discouraged and before long you give up This is the normal process We at Caban believe in doing things differently We assist in all aspects of the business to make your company a success We do this at our risk We even get your sales going After going through our financial creative and sales clusters you have an active business that is packaged for investors to participate Once we are comfortable that the company is ready we assist you in finding investors The first investors should be your family and friends That always encourages external investors If your family and friends cannot be persuaded then it makes it more difficult for external investors to participate Investors look at the individual when assessing the possibility of making an investment Passion sells period If you re not passionate about your business it won t inspire investors Finally never give

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  • Caban Investments Ltd - Displaying items by tag: Caban Capital PLC
    1982 where he read for the degrees of Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Laws Master of Laws Shipping and International Commerce and the Postgraduate Diploma in Maritime Law He completed articles of clerkship with Law Firm Shepstone Wylie and started practice as an Advocate in 1992 at the Natal Bar practising as a commercial practitioner In 2005 he joined an engineering mining house as their general legal counsel adviser providing a broad range of advice to the executive and business units encompassing all aspects of business including financing matters Adv Chrystal has travelled extensively on business notably in Africa and is well versed in highly regulated industries and have dealt with commercial matters including contracts due diligence s to closing listings and governance in the multinational field and across different legal jurisdictions In addition he has sat on boards of companies and has acted in fiduciary capacities over the last 20 years He has also sat as a Referee in the High Court Exercising its Admiralty Jurisdiction on a Section 5 3 of Act 105 of 1983 appointment For further information contact Dave Romero on 021 683 2425 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it You can also engage with us on Facebook Twitter and LinkedIn Read more Offer to Caban Investments Limited Shareholders COPY OF SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATION This document is important and requires action If you need assistance in completing this offer please contact us through our Cape Town office on 2721 683 2425 and speak to our consulting director Tony Malek Caban Capital Plc Caban Capital Plc was established in 2013 as the holding company of Caban Investments Limited The aim of the company is to establish a platform for the international expansion of the Caban business model Caban Capital Plc will list on AIM of The London Stock Exchange with the aim of increasing its liquidity and for future capital raising purposes Caban Investments UK Limited a subsidiary of Caban Capital Plc will emulate the successful South African business model It is the intention to start with a corporate finance company TBL Capital UK Limited which will be the first UK Service Provider Caban Investments UK Limited is 70 held by Caban Capital Plc The Offer Caban Capital Plc hereby offers to 70 of your shareholding in Caban Investments Limited on a 10 to 1 basis at GBP 0 15 per share This is an exchange of shares and there is no cash alternative Illustrative Example If you hold 100 000 Caban Investment Limited shares and you accept the offer you will receive 7 000 Caban Capital Plc shares at GBP 0 15 per share At the current exchange rate it represents ZAR 2 74 per Caban Capital Plc share or ZAR 0 27 per Caban Investments Limited share Caban Investments Limited The offer is for 70 of your shareholding You will receive a share certificate for the balance that being 30 of your original shareholding Share Certificates On

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  • Caban Investments Ltd - Displaying items by tag: Caban Capital PLC
    ornament with your name left somewhere special in New York In order for your project to be featured on StartMe it must go through a simple vetting process Real ideas We make sure the ideas being posted are real that they are ethical and that they comply with legal requirements in the country Botes said The project owner sets a time limit by which their funding goals must be met usually 60 90 or 120 days Contributors are only required to pay if the funding goal is reached If the goal is not met the project owner gets nothing The idea is that if that amount is not raised then it is questionable whether the project will succeed Botes said StartMe takes a 5 fee from those projects that reach their target It s really a pay on success based model he said Since the company started in 2011 it has featured 125 projects Of them 15 have been successful StartMe hopes to double its success rate next year and eventually see about a 30 rate Other models There are other crowdfunding models such as the American Indiegogo which allows project managers to keep whatever funds are raised even if they miss their target And then there s the South African CrowdInvest a site that offers investments in start ups and in some cases shareholding The website has more than 300 registered investors who receive a 5 return after a month Start ups have 60 days in which to reach their goal Investors only pay up if the target is achieved Although these options spell hope for many crowdfunding is not the solve all some might believe it is New York based start up specialist Ari Zoldan said in fact it is a bad idea for a lot of start ups It lets you kid yourself he wrote on the business site inc com Convincing real investors that you ve got what it takes is your company s first reality check Crowdfunding can let you postpone reality but not indefinitely Besides that it stops you from interacting with seasoned veterans who could give useful tips for your business he said I would never recommend investing in a crowdfunded model What does that tell you Not an easy way out Both Clerk and Botes agree that those who see crowdfunding as a passive way to earn money will inevitably fail I think a lot of people make the mistake of thinking that crowdfunding is the easy way out It s not It s really really difficult Clerk said Instead of convincing one big company to donate you have to convince hundreds of people to believe in you Most of her time in the past three weeks has been spent phoning and emailing people she knows asking for help blogging tweeting and facebooking about her project I ll ask people to share the message more than I ask them to donate she said The result is that her project has moved towards

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  • Caban Investments Ltd - Displaying items by tag: Entrepreneur
    This is a great example of mentorship in action and the great results that can be achieved when established business people take the time to assist those starting on their entrepreneurial journey We wish Mohale all the best for the future and look forward to watching Vizion Consulting go from strength to strength You can read the full letter of recommendation here Our Business Planning and Advisory Services division Fast Business Plans we assist entrepreneurs with the advice and business plans required to either launch a new company or take their company to the next level You can read the referrals from our happy clients here Read more What makes a business successful I often read suggestions on how to make a success of a business It is very encouraging to see sound advice given to entrepreneurs but very few touch on the human element of a business There is a lot of information on what attributes an entrepreneur should have but what about business relationships Business is much more than a vision and mission statement A business plan is crucial to the survival of a business but what about the human element and I don t just mean human resources The collective energy of a business will determine whether it will be successful or not This energy is derived from all the individuals involved in the business In my previous blog I mentioned that you have to chose your business relationships carefully and certain suggestions were made to assist in this process You have to be able to like your active business partners You will probably be spending more time with your business partners than with your life partner so how can you spend time with people you don t like It s impossible eventually something will give I often hear from clients that their business partners are efficient but they don t get on That kind of business relationship will not last I am not for one moment suggesting that you have to be friends with your business partners but I do believe that you have to like them You have to be able to trust and understand them Unity is strength is such a strong saying and it is highly applicable in business If everyone is on the same page and pulling in the same direction you create strong energy that makes things happen People want to deal with businesses that have a strong team and are unified How often have you walked into business premises and felt a certain level of heaviness You just want to get out of there But a strong positive environment not only attracts customers but also the right staff When choosing staff for your business not only do you have to consider their respective qualifications but also whether the individual will fit into the business culture that has been created Will the individual add to the energy or be disruptive to the culture These are critical questions that could have dramatic

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    ask The answer to this is very simple The way they treat the above people is a reflection on how you will be treated Business like all other aspects of life is not all about the money When it comes to business relationships if your intuition says no but you still want to do the deal because you need the money walk away It does not matter how desperate you are In the long run you will lose And remember if somebody states that it s just business they will probably not care about you or your business and are quite likely just in it for the profits Business is about so much more than just money Business consists of people and their well being is important for the success of any business Therefore it can t be just business Read more Capital Raising Nightmare or Opportunity You have a great idea and have decided to become an entrepreneur You have put together a detailed business plan and now you start the journey of raising capital Believe me it s a journey It requires self belief and a huge amounts of tenacity You will knock on VC s doors and most of the time they will not be interested A normal response from a VC is to suggest that you get something going first and then come talk to them You become discouraged and before long you give up This is the normal process We at Caban believe in doing things differently We assist in all aspects of the business to make your company a success We do this at our risk We even get your sales going After going through our financial creative and sales clusters you have an active business that is packaged for investors to participate Once we are comfortable that the company is ready we assist you in finding investors The first investors should be your family and friends That always encourages external investors If your family and friends cannot be persuaded then it makes it more difficult for external investors to participate Investors look at the individual when assessing the possibility of making an investment Passion sells period If you re not passionate about your business it won t inspire investors Finally never give up We need entrepreneurs in our country Through entrepreneurship we will create jobs increase employment which will reduce poverty and crime This is the most viable solution It is not up to government to create jobs They should create the structures to facilitate the process So start the journey we need more entrepreneurs Dave Romero Group CEO Caban Investments Read more Expo showcases why Cape Town is SA s entrepreneurial capital The 2013 Entrepreneur Expo is once again showcasing why Cape Town is the entrepreneurial capital of South Africa Taking place 26 27 October at the Muizenberg Civic Centre the Expo brings together entrepreneurs from all over the City of Cape Town Exhibitors are divided into two groups The first group

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