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Chris Q. Radebe – The man definitively positioning himself in the industry

If one were to request the physical manifestation of the word “tenacity” in human form, the man that Chris Q. Radebe would emerge strong. UChris uyinkunzi. 


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Chris Q. Radebe: The man definitively positioning himself in the industry

Start by doing what's necessary, then do what's possible and suddenly you are doing the impossible. That’s what religious icon St. Francis of Assisi said – a modus operandi that…


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Lala Tuku – The Practitioners

If your talent determines what you can do, your motivation how much you are willing to do and your attitude how well you do it, then the name Lala Tuku is well postured for this…


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Celeste Khumalo – Young, Hungry & Talented

Celeste Khumalo is a woman to watch. Having graced the screens of channels such as Mzansi Magic on The Queen and now SABC 1 on Generations, Khumalo is an actress whose chosen…


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Kgomotso Christopher – A Woman’s Way with Grace

Actress Kgomotso Christopher covers thebar. Magazine during a month which celebrates women who have not only lead the brand during its first year but also the women of South…


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Kgomotso Christopher – A woman whose mastered the way of grace

It’s cold, the sun is going down, walking a good mile or two to the final location and while we’re all obviously exhausted, Kgomotso Christopher remains the calm and ever so…


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Faith Seuoe – The Practitioners

Before the aggregate benefits of social media, there was good old word-of-mouth (WOM) – the oldest form of Marketing which even the disciples used to spread The Good News. The…


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Asavela Mngqithi – Young, Hungry & Talented.

Benjamin Franklin said “Hide not your talents, they for use were made, What's a sundial in the shade?” Actress Asavela Mnghithi knows the truth of that intrinsically as the hunger…


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Oupa “Ouparazzi” Bopape – The Icon whose Lens Takes the Long-Shot

In 1994 when South Africa was finding its feet on the edges of democracy, a young man by the name of Oupa Bopape walked into his own moment of creative freedom. 


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Oupa “Ouparazzi” Bopape: The Icon whose Lens Takes the Long-Shot

In a TIME magazine feature for the series entitled “FIRSTS”, media mogul and mother of possibility Oprah Winfrey says, “It’s essential that in life you see yourself reflected in…


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