From in-service trainee to co-owner of Regency Apartment Hotel

The hospitality industry requires long work hours and needs someone with a passion for it, a person who is willing to do the extra work to learn more about the industry.

Siyanda Dlamini the 35-year-old Pietermaritzburg-born entrepreneur started from as little as R800 month and today he is the co-owner and managing director of the Regency Apartment Hotel in Pretoria. Dlamini shares how his dream came true and how young people can pursue careers in the hospitality industry.
21 Aug 2018 English South Africa Careers · Education

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