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Theodorah Manjo: Building a brand starts with being relatable

Popularly known as Miss Manjo on the Twitter streets, Theodorah  Manjo is a digital marketer and online influencer with a thing for helping the unemployed better...

Makalela Mositsa: I am on a journey to create a powerful legacy through leadership empowerment

Makalela Mositsa, simply known to some as Kay, is an author, model and social entrepreneur with a passion for helping women realize their true essence. She...

Molepane Nkopodi: I had a lot to lose but I was not ready to lose it all.

Molepane Nkopodi, popularly known as Mo in both professional and social circles, was born in Glen Cowie, a village in Sekhukhune land and raised in...

Candice Nkosi: Consistency builds a brand

Born and raised in Mpumalanga, Candice Nkosi is a small-town girl with hopes and aspirations of reawakening the spirit of women empowerment. She works towards...

Zimkita Nogela: Continuous progress is better than delayed perfection

23-year-old Zimkita Nogela, founder of RoundSquare, is passionate about entrepreneurship, social development and mental wellness. RoundSquare is a boutique studio founded in 2015 based in...

Trecia Makhubele: It is ordinary South Africans that will create jobs in SA

Born in rural Mpumalanga in a small town called Bushbuckridge, Trecia Makhubele, co-founder of Bohochic, is a graduate from the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for...

Patience Nkosi: I’m obsessed with making women look extraordinary

Patience Nkosi, makeup artist and founder of PashyN, affectionately known as Pashy, is a small town girl with an unstoppable passion for transforming and enhancing...

4 ways to sustainably self-gift

Are you familiar with the term pro-spending? Okay so maybe I coined and altered that one. I can promise you now though, you can spend...

6 revolutionary resolutions from 2016 that’ll have 2017 smiling at you

So maybe 2016 didn’t turn out to be the year you have been waiting and hoping for. However, I’m sure a lot of us will...

5 steps to developing business systems that work for start-ups

So, you finally have a concept and business plan finalised. You’re ready to begin operating but don’t know where to start? This is usually where...