God’s grace and the benefits of serving with an entrepreneurial mindset: Kega Florence Mukwevho's story

When I was younger, I remember making and selling cupcakes, crunchies, jewellery, ice-lollies and other food at different stages in my life. I always loved being in the kitchen. I maximised on Market Days by buying different stalls, hiring some of the students to sell for me and paying them. It was not out of necessity, but from a desire to always capitalise on opportunities. Entrepreneurship is a spirit that I have always had.

When I was 14 years old, I used to sing in the church choir. A certain lady, Cindy Small Shaw, came to visit our church. She did not know me from a bar of soap, but we ended up working together in the music department, ministering at different churches and even recording an Album.

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