In the second leg of the books written by South African entrepreneurs, we delve more into how this batch of businessmen penned their journey’s of how they reached the top of the food chain.
The main driving factor for these entrepreneurs to document their life story is that, they wish to educate upcoming entrepreneurs to keep at it and endure the uncomfortable ride to the top.
Here’s part two of empowering books written by South African entrepreneurs.
6. Gayton Mckenzie – A Hustler’s Bible:
The Hustlers Bible became an instant hit with the public from the moment it landed a spot on the shelves. The book offers tools of surviving the business world.
7. Raymond Ackerman – A Sprat To Catch A Mackerel:
He might have passed on the reigns to his son but Raymond Ackerman still had some form of contributing into business, by means of writing one of his many books called, A Sprat To Catch A Mackerel.
8. Harry Oppenheimer – A Man of Africa:
Harry is another successful entrepreneur who always kept a low profile in his waking life. In his book, Man Of Africa, he shares his story about how he got to the top.
9. Donald Gordon – Larger Than Life:
Donald Gordon’s book, Larger Than Life was another game changer in business books.
10. Ronnie Apteker – Funny Business: The Secrets Of An Accidental Entrepreneur:
The comedian and entrepreneur did a stellar job with his book, where he chronicles the strategies needed to create a successful business model for IT start ups.