South African To Watch In 2018: Casey Waves
Jan31

South African To Watch In 2018: Casey Waves

By: Sandy Nene Siseko Mzimela known as Casey Waves is a marketer who’s digital career kicked off when he started working with event promoter, Junior Lavie then went on to work with Kgolo DaGuru as an events coordinator and social media manager. Casey’s love for digital photography motivated him to invest in a decent camera and used internet tools to teach himself photography basics. He has since collaborated with models,...

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South African To Watch In 2018: Dogg DBN
Jan30

South African To Watch In 2018: Dogg DBN

By: Sandy Nene A marketing genius, digital guru and entrepreneur Lindo Buthelezi AKA Dogg DBN is a household name in Marketing & PR. As you read through our Q&A you will get to feel & understand the passion in this individual, Dogg is proof that hard work ALWAYS accomplishes something. It might be you learn something.  It might be you build something.  It might be you change something.  But hard work always gets results....

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South African To Watch In 2018: Lungelo Mbulwana
Jan30

South African To Watch In 2018: Lungelo Mbulwana

By: Onawanda Mpanza Lungelo Mbulwana, 37, born in Eastern Cape, Lusikisiki. Raised up by his grandmother. Began photography at the tender age of 15. He borrowed a camera from his father, who also does photography as a hobby. It was during those times when photographers suddenly boomed and it was an in thing to get a photo of yourself especially in the village. As young as he was, it is quite something that he went into the venture....

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South African To Watch In 2018: Siphesihle Pisteel Mahlawula
Jan29

South African To Watch In 2018: Siphesihle Pisteel Mahlawula

By: Nosipho Mkhize The 26 year old Siphesihle Pisteel Mahlawula is the proud owner of Blue Jeans Pictures, a film production company based in the City of uMhlathuze township, Esikhawini, in KwaZulu Natal. Having been born in Gobandlovu Reserve, Siphesihle learnt the fundamental principles of hard work from a very young age. Already when he was in grade 7 he joined the family business, operating the “Adondo” public telephones every...

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South African To Watch In 2018: Khayakazi Madlala
Jan26

South African To Watch In 2018: Khayakazi Madlala

By: Elesi Azumah The name Khayakazi Madlala speaks volumes as this young South African woman has a beaming future looking over her shoulder. Working her way through the classical music scene, Khayakazi is evidently proving she is a force to be reckoned with and has great intentions towards pushing the genre in the country at the age of 23. Tell me a bit more about your background and upbringing. Who is Khayakazi ‘Mirranda’ Madlala? I...

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