Herman Mashaba Isabella Morris
Black Like You
July 27, 2019 Comments.. 577
Black Like You Herman Mashaba s remarkable story begins in a small village in Gauteng where we meet the cocky youngster who refused to settle for a future that offered nothing Forced to drop out of university the
  • Title: Black Like You
  • Author: Herman Mashaba Isabella Morris
  • ISBN: 9780620456869
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
  • Herman Mashaba s remarkable story begins in a small village in Gauteng, where we meet the cocky youngster who refused to settle for a future that offered nothing Forced to drop out of university, the determined young man fought to establish the first black owned haircare company in South Africa Mashaba struggled every day of his life against apartheid with its demeaninHerman Mashaba s remarkable story begins in a small village in Gauteng, where we meet the cocky youngster who refused to settle for a future that offered nothing Forced to drop out of university, the determined young man fought to establish the first black owned haircare company in South Africa Mashaba struggled every day of his life against apartheid with its demeaning laws, and against his competitors to grab market share for his business In the process Mashaba learnt lessons that few business schools teach today.This is a story of survival, and determination in adversity It is also a love story between Herman and Connie, his wife of 30 years, who embarked on this journey together Mashaba shows the importance of having a vision, daring to dream, and then making it happen The inspiring book will leave you with the question, If he did it, why can t I
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    1. Thapelo Mahuma says:

      Interesting read on how a household product like Black like me came about and insights about the man behind the product.

    2. Diane V-R says:

      Herman s story is remarkable and inspiring I would ve loved to give it 5 stars but the writing style is stiff and formal and does not engage the reader A great pity indeed.

    3. Unarine Ramaru says:

      The book is packed with an inspirational story, as expected Mashaba s persistence and will to achieve is something to look at for most entrepreneurs It was also interesting to read his stance on a number of things like Black consciousness, capitalism, race, BEE, social empowerment, education etc The inquisitive and self reflection approach rounded off the book perfectly My only let down being that most of the quotes if not all are in English I strongly believe had they been in sepedi as he indic [...]

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