South African To Watch In 2018: Mnqobi Mthethwa
Jan24

South African To Watch In 2018: Mnqobi Mthethwa

By: Zama Khumalo The Public Relations is not an easy industry, for anyone but with perseverance and passion, Mnqobi Gregory Mthethwa, has definitely made it, a recipe to succeed within it. From working with notable media industry leaders, to being the founder of the Ward 62 Youth Development Committee, which aims at assisting the youth of Tongaat, to getting the assistance they need, to get ahead in the areas of education/business....

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South African To Watch In 2018: Yanga Pangomso
Jan23

South African To Watch In 2018: Yanga Pangomso

By: Elesi Azumah Yanga Pangomso is the CEO and Founder of a growing Construction Consulting Firm called Monstarose Mansion Lifestyle which is based in the ‘windy city’ of Port Elizabeth. He shares his exciting entrepreneurial journey as he juggles being a Boss and a B.Com Business Management student. Going into business seems to be first nature for Pangomso. Dating back to High School, the 21 year old entrepreneur has always had a...

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South African To Watch In 2018: Lindsie Muller
Jan22

South African To Watch In 2018: Lindsie Muller

By: Courtney Rehman ‘After moving to Chiang Mai, Thailand, I began connecting and creating with friends I had made along this journey, who all had their own unique talents that I had the privilege of working with.’ Durban born photographer, Lindsie Muller, who now lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand has collaborated with international artists to create the #QueensInspire Movement. The “Queens Inspire” is a movement that encourages, supports...

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South African To Watch In 2018: Tshediso Kabulu
Jan19

South African To Watch In 2018: Tshediso Kabulu

By: Njabulo Mngadi An inspiring performing artists whose career had turned out to be great by following his craft of dance, is giving us a glimpse of how he has made it through to the point he is at in his career as currently. Tshediso Kabulu is a Welkom born whose life has been all about dance that he has made a career out of it. He started dancing back in his hometown with neither the resources he acquired that time nor support from...

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South African To Watch In 2018: Sizwe Ndima
Jan18

South African To Watch In 2018: Sizwe Ndima

By: Yenziwe Khuzwayo At just 25 Sizwe Ndima is a true example of no dream is too big, no matter how unattainable others think it is.  Born and bred in Richards Bay Ndima is a multi skilled entrepreneur and founder of Nation Path Media, a motion pictures, events, and corporate filming company. What was the aim of starting your company? I was lucky to be given the opportunity to work for a well established company like Gear House, fresh...

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South African To Watch In 2018: Phenyo Melody Madiba
Jan17

South African To Watch In 2018: Phenyo Melody Madiba

By: Ncomeka Mpofu Marc Anthony said, “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” Our 24 year old Mel Madiba from Pretoria is wise enough to have turned these words into her life’s motto and in doing so, she went against the grain. She plays with fire, literally. Who is Mel Madiba? Mel Madiba is actually Phenyo Melody Madiba. I am a co-founder of a lifestyle brand called Yuppie Threads as well as an...

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