Jona Ambuga began his entrepreneurial journey at a young age, while in school and learning from Junior Achievement company program in 2004. He fell in love with trading, as he got exposed to operating a business while in school and hasn’t stopped ever since.
In 2009 he started working for cricket Namibia as a coach. After a few years while working and he got promoted through the ranks until he became a development facilitator for mini cricket throughout Namibia with the responsibility of having to introduce the game to the marginalized communities and introducing the game of cricket to the people. At the same time he never wavered from his dream of being an entrepreneur as he worked hard to promote his business.
He is currently the project manager for the Windhoek Life Change Centre, an organization tasked with assisting unskilled and unqualified youth to become skilled and ready for the job market.
He is the founder of Tatekulu Investment cc (a reseller of clothing, livestock and meat and consultations for NGOs),
and Car4U (a company that repairs and resell totaled vehicles at market related price). “I aspire to become an entrepreneur that is combating unemployment within the youth sector. It is for that reason that I volunteer to work with the youth within my community, assisting at the soup kitchens, elderly people, training and helping the youth to setup their resumes or CVs.