South Africans Doing Great Things: Raymond Ledwaba
Raymond Ledwaba is a Chartered Accountant by profession and CEO of ITTHYNK Smart Solutions, a Johannesburg based software development and consulting company.
Two years ago Ledwaba left his job in the banking industry and joined his brother in the business.
He speaks to 702's Wasanga Mehana about his journey as a Chartered Accountant in South Africa and the reasons he left the corporate world to become an entrepreneur.
When you travel internationally you get to learn what is important and I realised that yes money is key to one's life but it cant be everything.Raymond Ledwaba, CEO of ITTHYNK Smart Solutions
For me it has always been about significance and about impact - what value can we add to our communities and the country beyond ourselves.Raymond Ledwaba, CEO of ITTHYNK Smart Solutions
To all unemployed graduates in the country, ask yourself what value can you add, what problem are you seeing in the market right now that you have a solution for...
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