Entrepreneurs create their own luck, they will are always prepared to strike at an opportunity when it arises. Many young gifted South Africans are doing well in acting or in music, but very few of them can create or use the art of acting to persue other careers or their entrepreneurial skills.
The Limpopo born Cornet Mamabolo known for his screen role as Thabo Maputla or T-boss is among the few actors capable of hitting two birds with one stone. Something learnt from Cornet is that, you don't need a degree or cheat to master this game. Just be yourself and never let the celebrity life run into your head.
Unlike many celebrities who rely only on acting and enjoy publicity which drains their pocket, Cornet decided to use the celebrity status to his advantage, is the co-owner of one of the fastest growing companies in the finincial services Digni Financial Services. The company was started in March 2014 with his childhood friend Johnny Modiba.
With our economy sliding toward its lowest level ever seen, as a country we need more innovative youth like Cornet. We need the youth that will create more job opportunities. Keep up the good work Mr Mamabolo
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