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TURNING A BUSINESS CASH FLOW POSITIVE

BELLAH is a single mom of three and runs her own construction company. She’s always had an entrepreneurial spirit and during lockdown has found innovative ways to keep the money flowing by making biltong. She’s also been buying garden equipment to expand her maintenance offering.

While Bellah is never short of new ideas, she’s struggled with financial management and cash flow. Last year her construction business had a turnover of R1,3 million, but she had no

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