By Herman Mashaba
His amazing tale starts in a small village in Gauteng, South Africa, the place we meet the cocky child who refused to accept a destiny that provided not anything. pressured to drop out of college, the decided younger guy fought to set up the 1st black-owned haircare corporation in South Africa. Mashaba struggled on a daily basis of his existence – opposed to the method of Apartheid, with its demeaning legislation, and opposed to his rivals to snatch industry proportion for his company. within the procedure, Mashaba learnt classes that few company colleges train today.
This is a narrative of survival, and of choice in adversity. it's also a love tale among Herman and Connie, his spouse of 35 years, who launched into this trip jointly. Mashaba exhibits the significance of getting a imaginative and prescient, bold to dream it, after which making it occur. This inspiring e-book will go away you with the query: “If he did it, why can’t I?”
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Black Like You: An autobiography by Herman Mashaba