How 30-year-old Nyebaza made it to the top in clearing business
For many people, the freight forwarding business is associated with men and limited time to rest. As the economy becomes stronger and more competitive, importers and exporters have increased their volumes and time of trade. Indeed, many sector players are always on their toes, literally, as they try to cope with the 24-hour operations at most of the major border posts in the region to facilitate the increasing amount of intra-regional trade.
Nyebaza at work. The young business woman has rose through the ranks to become the second vice-president of local clearing and forwarding association. (Ivan Ngoboka)