Female leaders month at SG and We Are Hosting Lelo Rammitloa Founder of (Got Paper)

Maseru Inn Hotel - 4 Isimuku street Birch Acres Ext 26 Tembisa, 1632
Thu, May 31, 2018, 5:30 PM (SAST)

About this event

Once a year in May, Startup Grind hosts #SGWomen Leaders Month, contemptuously recognizing the accomplishments of successful women leaders all over the world. These women are founders, directors, venture capitalists, engineers, CEO's representing our communities.


Lelo Rammitloa is the founder of Got Paper

 A company that recovers and recycles waste paper to sell and runs awareness programs on recycling for scholars. A company with a vision of diverting all waste from landfill sites through innovative methods. 

Her entrepreneurial journey began when she left her job to pursue her dream, she knew that her calling is to be an entrepreneur. She attended a waste management programme hosted by Pick It Up and Proudly SA. During the programme she discovered the opportunities within the waste management industry and her journey began.

In her journey she has grown to become one of the most recognized waste management company. Her orgnisation has expanded to providing waste management programmes, were they have shared knowledge to 200 to 250 learners. Got Paper has partnered and collaborated with big entities in solving their waste problems.

Come join us as we unfold the entrepreneurial journey of Lelo Rammitloa THE GAME CHANGER


  • Lelo Rammitloa

    Lelo Rammitloa

    Got Paper

    She is young, intelligent, vigorous, smart and possess a strong business character. After years of working in the corporate world, Lelo Rammitloa quit her job to pursue her dream and later nominated as an ABSA Game Changer. Deep down, she knew her calling is to be an entrepreneur. She did a intensive research and discovered that up to 90% of the companies in her surroundings do not recycle.

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  • When

    Thursday, May 31
    5:30 PM - 7:30 PM (SAST)


    Maseru Inn Hotel
    4 Isimuku street Birch Acres Ext 26 Tembisa1632

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      Lerato Molongoana


      Chapter Director

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