Our determined path to propelling a creative freedom and smart democracy, with South Africa striving to cast aside centuries of discrimination, social injustices, social inequalities, unemployment, poverty, and unsustainable infrastructures that supports entrepreneurship and new start up businesses is well underway.
This new approach will certainly form a new society, sit firmly at the core of youth dispensation and effect remarkable changes to the business and entrepreneurship landscape, including repairing the decay in moral philosophy amongst our people.
This Abundant Mission and Fortitude movement is born from the idea that Phologo had of an ecosystem of people helping other people. He is of the belief that as a country, we stand at a pivotal moment in the fight against injustices that are continuously threatening the essence of justice and its ability to function in its purest form, without the crimes on humanity and businesses.
Phologo's heightened point is that if people have a purpose, their attention can be drawn to what is important such as joining other millions of people making plans to find ways of creating revenue streams for both themselves and their families. He says, "Give people a way, and they'll walk on it". Indicative of a notion that the going rate of unemployed, the injustices, people exclusion from economic activities, corruption, skills shortages, the country's weakening Judicial System and the lack of skills amongst young people are some of the aggravators of crime.
WE CANNOT DO IT ALONE
We have already formulated our first five year strategic and recommendations plan (Strategic Plan 2017 Draft).
TOPICS AND DISCUSSIONS WE ENGAGE IN
As simply defined by Wikipedia as the reason for people’s actions, this can also involve a process that has steps through which one can initiate, seek guidance and maintain the behavior that will lead to them to achieving great success. Success will either be mentally or physically. Inherently as Africans, we’re encouraged all the time and motivated. We’re people of rhythm and we exude personalities that make up the African Symphony. Effort, is all it takes.
There is strong inverse relationship between incidences of poverty, the conomy and small business. The business of managing monies and resources in today’s environment has indeed become increasingly complicated with technologies advancing and expanding the choices of financial services available to consumers. Consumers find themselves exposed to a variety of options sych as paying with cash, credit card or cheque account, and often becoming overwhelmed
Through discussions on business and entrepreneurship, we help push boundaries of people participation in the mainstream of the country’s economy and innovation. From time to time, we want to be able too to engage with businesses and entrepreneurs, learning and teaching those inexperienced. Forming an entity in the Republic and operating a good, and successful concept can often be daunting and a lonely road. Thus, people need real practical solutions.