TUHF is very proud of its success in helping emerging entrepreneurs. Read some of the stories that lie at the core of what we do.
Coming from an experienced property background, Mitchell approached TUHF, four years ago for finance for a commercial property in Hillbrow.
FRESH out of high school and still in his teens, in 1999 Himat Ramsugit set about making his living out of the booming cellphone industry.
VERY soon renovation at The Ridge, a once grand but now rundown old hotel in Berea, Johannesburg, will be complete.
ONCE a slum, Hillbrow has undergone radical changes in recent years – much of it brought about by dedicated, visionary entrepreneurs such as Lynn Okaro.
IT took him five years to achieve his dream but at last Justice Ndlovu can say that the building is his.
WITH Sandy Barnes at the helm, Jozi Housing is proof that previously derelict buildings can be profitable.
REALISING that someone needed to take responsibility and, unwilling to suffer the consequences of the absence of good management, Francinah Likhama volunteered her services as building supervisor.
DETERMINATION, a hands-on knowledge of the inner city and support from TUHF can achieve an entrepreneur’s dreams, as a property owner in Bellevue East has discovered.
WITH little experience but lots of confidence, Nqobile Khumalo approached the TUHF Group for cash to help restore the Sara Leon Building.
'SUCCESS doesn’t come straight to you,' says Josephine Tshaboeng, a Halala Joburg Award winner.