Unathi & Sibongiseni Tunzelana are sisters from two very different fields of interest, namely arts and science. With Flavalite Innovations, these two conflicting fields married, creating a front runner of analytics in its class.
Kopano Ntsoane has taken his childhood love of video gaming and turned it into an educational game-changing device. His business Modern Gaming is slowly but surely on its way to creating the gaming epicentre of Africa with custom designed games for both educational institutions and corporate businesses alike. What it all comes down to, however, is that it is merely a passion he managed to turned into a reality…
Sapho Maqhwazima and Khayelethu Nontsana Cokoto are a partners to keep up with. Their mobile advertising agency, UmoyAir is making headlines as being crowned the next best thing in South Africa. Having met at university the pair knew their relationship was that of the strongest kind, a business relationship. And together they have not only started one, but two successful companies, with the newest and most notorious, being UmoyAir.
Innocentia Masimene has a very special tool for living out her love of telling stories. This tool isn’t mechanical, it’s a business. A blooming business by the name of Blue Lenz Pictures that is rocking the boat in film industry shores. This young lady has nothing holding her back, as the only thing she believes in, is “ACTION”!
When Abraham Motsoane saw a gap in the distance-based tertiary education sector whilst working at a college as a computer school manager, the furthest thing from his mind was starting his own institution. Now, a couple of years later Abraham is the dean, manager and mastermind behind about the enterprising business, Learning e-Varsity Online.
Sisters Yolandi and Natasha van Niekerk share a love of psychology and are pushed forward by their eagerness to understand how people work. Their joint venture, PCD Assessments specialise in psychometric tests that look at the potential and capabilities of truck drivers, thus making South African roads a little safer for all.
Sechaba Ngwenya has a keen eye for business and a passionate heart to go with it. After selling his successful ticketing business, Event AMI, he is currently building up his next project, Creditable. Sechaba is one of MEDO’s greatest success stories, and we thought it was high time to learn more about the man behind the business.
Nhlanhla Mthembu has a dream to change the world one conference at a time with his business venture, Bizdev Concepts. He has a passion for social development and education, and Bizdev is chasing that passion with stealthy determination.
Khethi Ngwenya’s entrepreneurial ventures began at the tender age of six selling hair products in his aunt’s salon. At 12 he owned his own stall selling fire crackers to the local community. At 17 he acted as CEO for the organisation the Young Entrepreneurs of Soweto. Now, finally Khethi is running his own business, SchoolMedia and he isn’t even close to slowing down yet…
At only 22, entrepreneur Jeffrey Mulaudzi has achieved more in the business world than most other 22-year-olds currently graduating from university ever will. His venture Mulaudzi Alexandra Tours was started in 2010 when Jeff was still finishing school where it evolved from showing friends around, to a notable must-see tourist attraction.