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  • Caban Investments Ltd - Bibo Creation
    tin tuc an toan kinh te viet nam xay dung viet nam thoi trang thoi trang phu nu viet nam tin tuc moi online dich vu bao ve viet nam bao ve viet nam cong ty bao ve viet nam tin tuc moi online giai tri 24h 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 Bibo Creation Bibo Creations was started by Bongiwe Kulu on February 4 2014 Bongiwe started her company to make a difference in her life and that of her community Like other entrepreneurs in Khayelitsha or any other township Bongiwe s decision to start her own business was based on her observation of how people in her community struggle to get access to basic resources Bibo Creations manufactures and supplies affordable uniforms for schools and churches around her area The company

    Original URL path: http://www.caban.co.za/caban/news/item/145-bibo-creation (2016-04-26)
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  • Caban Investments Ltd - Super User
    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 TONY MALEK Sales Director Caban Enterprises Pty Ltd Tony was born and raised in London where he excelled as a musician before moving into the corporate world He first worked for a firm of chartered accountants while simultaneously completing a BTEC in Management and Business Studies To appease his entrepreneurial spirit he left his career in the finance sector and embarked on what has proven to be highly successful sales career He set up an office supply company specialising in faxes and photocopiers There after he moved into the recruitment industry working with the likes of London Underground and leading firms in The City On moving to South Africa he re entered the corporate world working in the finance and credit management industry before setting up a head hunting business where he led a team that developed in house recruitment software called Rocket Software www rocketsoftware co za He also set up a junior mining company Tony is still active in the music industry and was awarded a South African Music Award in 2013 for his current group Tony heads up the sales for Caban Enterprises and is the Sales Director of the Entrepreneur Expo JAMES ANDERSON Non Executive Director Nominated Caban Investments Ltd LLB CA CA SA DIP Wits IASSA IOD James H Anderson was educated at Edinburgh and Glasgow Academies He then studied at Aberdeen University where he gained an LL B in 1966 and then at Glasgow University in 1967 where after he obtained the institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland qualification in 1969 He joined Unilever Ltd in London as part of the British Universities key intake for management program and was transferred to South Africa initially as Manager Internal Audit and thereafter promoted to the position of Financial Manager for an operating subsidiary involved in all aspects of brand management product development and financial control and reporting In 1972 he joined Western Bank as the Regional Accountant for Johannesburg Northern Transvaal and Free State He was tasked to integrate and standardize the Banks accounting and computer systems and to run the largest Regional administration This was completed in three years and he was then promoted to Group Financial Manager That year Western Bank was taken over by Anglo American and then by Barclays Bank He was then appointed to work with Barry Swart of Barclays to integrate the two banks In 1975 he joined Ryan Nigel Ltd which was the top listed company on the JSE and was appointed Financial Director six months later His responsibilities were expanded to include management of the Corporate Finance and Investment Divisions which he ran for

    Original URL path: http://www.caban.co.za/caban/news/itemlist/user/42-superuser?start=30 (2016-04-26)
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  • Caban Investments Ltd - Lebutho Uniform Manufactures
    nam tin tuc moi online dich vu bao ve viet nam bao ve viet nam cong ty bao ve viet nam tin tuc moi online giai tri 24h 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 Lebutho Uniform Manufactures Lebutho Uniform Manufactures CC was founded in 2007 by Beauty Nodada The company manufactures uniforms for nurses schools churches and community organisations From a young age Beauty had a passion for designing clothes and sewing During her high school years Beauty was known as the needle work girl by her community The huge demand for nurse and school uniforms in Khayelitsha was one of the main reasons that prompted her to start her own business She advanced her business skills through the Triple Trust Organisation Since 2007 she has been running her business successfully and established

    Original URL path: http://www.caban.co.za/caban/news/item/144-lebutho-uniform-manufactures (2016-04-26)
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  • Caban Investments Ltd - Yakanani Fresh Foods
    an environment conducive for raising young children The other reason was the fact that both jobs required considerable travel and she ended up spending a substantial amount of her earnings on transport money This led to the birth of the idea of starting her own business Busisiwe is a sole breadwinner and in addition assists in supporting her two sisters who are both unemployed and their families From young adulthood Busisiwe was keenly aware of her cooking and baking abilities lt was a natural choice to start a business that entailed cooking and selling food items to school children and the community Yakanani was started four years ago but it was only a year and a half ago that Busisiwe became fully committed to the business Busisiwe recognised that she lacked the basic skills in running a business and enrolled for three different courses in an endeavour to improve her business acumen She has completed the following courses Business Management Financial Literacy through the Thuthuwa Foundation Managing Money and How to Win Sales both courses were done through the Business Place Yakanani food is currently a vetkoek business with plans to expand into muffins home made pies and pizzas Busisiwe makes vetkoek from her household kitchen and sells these to learners at a nearby primary school during the week and over weekends she sells at the taxi rank or at the stadium if there are sporting activities The vetkoek are sold plain or with fillings chicken liver viennas polony or russian sausages at different prices According to Busisiwe her vetkoek s special attributes are the size consistency taste and price Busisiwe sells with other hawkers at the school and concedes that the other women are able to sell their vetkoek after her daily stock runs out All the hawkers at the school sell their plain vetkoek at two Rand each Her vetkoek is the best tasting and bigger in size and light in consistency thus with less oil compared to those of her competitors She uses a basic plastic sandwich packaging for her vetkoek There is currently no formal branding in place but Busisiwe believes she represents the Yakanani brand There is no marketing or advertising albeit a board at Busisiwe s house Marketing is through word of mouth from customers who refer prospective clients based on the attributes of the vetkoek highlighted above Yakanani is a low margin high volume business In order to increase revenue Busisiwe needs to increase her capacity to produce more vetkoek Her customers are mainly school children looking for a tasty and convenient lunch snack at a low and affordable price Her stall is located outside the school gate and this is convenient for the school children as their lunch break is thirty minutes long There is an opportunity to grow into other schools and the local taxi rank but she is limited by her current capacity The barriers to entry in this market are low as her requirements in terms of equipment will

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