• Eggxcellent chicken business targeting the SADC market

    The collective sound of chickens clucking in the morning might be an irritation to many, but for businessman Lekau Sehoana, it is the sound of another profitable day in business. Based in the town of Dennilton at Sekhukhune District in Limpopo, Sehoana, who is affectionately known as ‘babes we live...

  • Aderemi drops some ICE on a new wavy track

    Describing his music style as unique and versatile, Nigerian-based artist Remi, whose real name is Bankole Aderemi (21) releases his brand new single, Ice on You featuring Shofela. It is no doubt that West African music, especially Afrobeats, is taking over and the world is listening and dancing to the...

  • State of the art playful spot designed for little girl’s ethnic hair needs

    Nestled in the heart of Sandton’s Rivonia Village, is a fabulously coloured and highly interactive salon that caters for little girls’ natural hair needs. Founded by staunch business woman Nthabaleng Nhlapo, Afrokids Salon seamlessly bridges the big gap in the children’s natural hair salon market. Although research on the hair...

  • Selfless creative demonstrates a strong desire to give back

    Having been introduced to hip hop by friends when she was going through the darkest period of her life, Philisiwe Mhlongo has since been using art as therapy which also inspired the formation of a Non-Profit Organisation that uses entertainment to empower and educate the youth. Born in Umfume at the...

  • Culinary company owner prides herself in healthy home-cooked meals

    If mouth-watering and flavourful dishes from homemade recipes are what whet your appetite, then Zakhe Creations is just the business you need to support. Founded in 2016 by Ziphozakhe Same-Ndlovu, the home-based food and pastry business currently operates from the south of Johannesburg. It is detailed by its owner as...

  • Ayanda Ngubane schools campaign gets the required boost

    Seeking to show love and support to children from disadvantaged backgrounds by ensuring them that their situation does not define their destiny, is an initiative called ‘Ayanda Ngubane Schools Campaign’. This drive is dedicated to make sure that no child in South Africa misses school because they cannot afford school...

  • Decent Friends ardent on keeping the Kwaito flag flying high

    Previously described by the late jazz maestro, Hugh Masekela, as ‘the core of township feeling’, kwaito is a musical genre that is deeply rooted in the rich South African history. Made popular by its flag bearers Bongo-Maffin, Trompies, AbaShante, Brothers of Peace, Ismael, Mandoza, M’du Masilela, and the likes; kwaito...

  • Graduate trainee uses social media to assist job seekers

    Many of us look at social media as a means of entertainment, and sometimes as an escape from the real world. However, social media is more than that! It is now considered the first source of breaking news and is fast becoming an ideal place for job seekers. An individual...

  • Harvesting from the business of agriculture in Jozini

    The National Development Plan (NDP) estimates that the agricultural industry has the potential to create close to one million new jobs by the year 2030. This would be a great feat considering that the International Labour Organisation’s 2015 report estimated youth unemployment to be sitting at 52.5%. Closer to home,...

  • Resolute musicians seamlessly blend Maskandi and Trap

    Imagine distinctively-recognisable traditional music, which just so happens to be mixed with modern rap beats and carefully timed rhymes. The sound that may have just crossed your mind is a genre of music called African Nguni-Trap. Known to a few, this genre of music was pioneered by underground hip-hop duo...