Mahikeng, North West – 28 June 2017- After a rigorous four stage process, Boga Legaba Guest House & Conference Centre is proud to announce that we have been selected to be a member of the prestigious National Gazelles entrepreneurial business growth programme.
We are one of a group of 40 businesses around the country who will make up the 2017 intake for the programme. We join the existing 2016 Top 40, which means there are now 80 high-potential SMEs around South Africa that are part of the programme.
The programme kicked off in June with a one-day induction and briefing event in Johannesburg for all new National Gazelles.
"We are always searching for ways to improve our guests’ stay at Boga Legaba, be it introducing better technology or finding the best ways to go green. Our team is excited that National Gazelles has recognised our willingness to learn and continue to give our guests the best service that we can." says owner Mmanong Ntoane.
ABOUT BOGA LEGABA GUEST HOUSE & CONFERENCE CENTRE
Winner of 9 awards, Boga Legaba Guest House & Conference Centre is a four-star graded establishment based in Mahikeng, North West. Since 2003 we have grown from 2 en suite rooms to our current 27. Our addition of a health spa and business hub was our way of catering for the business traveller who prefers to visit in a homely environment.
Our guest house is situated in the leafy suburb of Riviera Park. We can be reached on 018 381 6808 or email us on email@example.com. For online booking, visit our website www.bogalegaba.co.za. We love having our guests over.
Boga Legaba owns Odds & Ends Kofi Bar & Flawa Shop also based in Mahikeng.
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About National Gazelles:
The National Gazelles is a national SME growth accelerator funded by Seda and the Department of Small Business Development. Currently in a three-year pilot, the programme aims to identify and support SMEs with growth potential across 10 priority industry sectors aligned with the National Development Plan and Seda’s SME strategy. SMEs are identified through an annual call for applications, with selection done independently by private and public-sector partners.
For more about National Gazelles: www.nationalgazelles.org.za