A distinct brand with a ‘Touch Of Soul’

Durban-based Touch of Soul (TOS) merchandise founder, Thabo “DJ Touch of Soul” Mnisi is the talk of the town when it comes to trendy music and apparel. Mnisi, who also holds a Bachelor of Housing qualification at UKZN is intent on exposing his brand and turning it into a household...

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Earning a living through the lens

While the argument of whether photography is an art or a science is an on-going one, founder of Ezasembo Photography, says that the most important thing for them, is being there to capture beautiful, meaningful moments. Ezasembo is a black-owned company that was established by Mhleli Sisanda Mkhize, in Hammarsdale,...

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Dining with Chef Scott

Andile Sikhakhane is the founder of The Culinary Experience and is popularly known as Chef Scott. At 23 years of age, he is already a well travelled connoisseur of good food. Andile studied Catering Management at The Durban University of Technology, and says that he is still furthering his studies at...

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“Nude is Art” – Matiyela

Considering that the exhibition and publication of Nude Photography may be controversial, because many perceive it as Pornography,  for 22-year-old nude photographer, it is all about Fine Art and expressing himself. Durban University of Technology’s very own third year Photography student, Lucky Matiyela is the owner and founder of BLKFRRST...

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Following in her mother’s footsteps

There’s a rich meaningful Zulu idiom that says ukhamba lufuze imbiza and those of you who are in touch with their roots will understand just how prophetic this phrase is ezimpilweni zabantu base Afrika. Others even go as far as saying ufuzo luyadlulela. That’s how powerful and majestic our indigenous...

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Learning solution for pupils

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) former IT- Software Development student, who holds a Bachelor’s Degree in this field, is making life easier for high school students through the Software Development industry. 28-year-old Bongani Mngaza hails from Zwide Township in Port Elizabeth. In 2015, he started his company, Bit Avenue. The...

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