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This is an title written by Julia Masefako Mashele, a lady who became known for breaking a record by staying in prison without trial for seven years. When she was arrested in 1993, at a time when black South African women were expected to be timid and keep to their place, she had already established herself as one of the richest persons in the country. The government could not believe she could be that rich unless she was selling drugs and hijacking cars. They then put her in prison and kept her there without trial at the same time not having any evidence to charge her. What they did not realise was that Julia was a self made woman, who grew up in abject poverty where there was not even food to eat. Because of this situation she could not pay to write her Grade 8 examinations and had to drop out of school. She had a goal to develop herself onto a better person so she looked at what skills seemed to come to her naturally. After a few attempts, she identified that she was good at marketing and distribution and worked had to develop these skills. It was through these skills that she developed into a formidable business woman, a true entrepreneur. These skills sustained her when she wa
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