Sam Matakanye | First Mosotho to be awarded Forbes Best of Africa Leading Entrepreneur

Sam Matakanye | First Mosotho to be awarded Forbes Best of Africa Leading Entrepreneur

Foreign investment Network in partnership with Forbes Best of Africa has awarded the Lesotho Business magnate, Sam Matekane with the Forbes Best of Africa Leading Entrepreneur of the Year award. The award goes to people who have shown great commitment to building novel, strong and viable business empires. Matekane Group of Companies has given to the people of Lesotho, more than the government during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are now joined via Zoom by Sam Matekane, Forbes Best of Africa Leading Entrepreneur of the Year award. He is also the founder of Matekane Group of Companies.

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