Surviving Solo-preneurship
Surviving Solo-Preneurship

A few weeks ago, I had a catch-up session with a mentee of mine. He was telling me how he had listed “being a solo-preneur” as a weakness in his pitch to potential investors, and that one of the coaches he had during that pitch-event, told him that being a solo-preneur is not necessarily a […]

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10 Entrepreneurial Tips from Successful Musicians
10 Entrepreneurial Tips from Successful Musicians

1.Make your name meaningful Link it to your unique story in life.    2. Take Calculated Creative Risks To inspire people and form deeper connections with a new generation. 3. Don’t Out-Price Define your value and have a tangible price-point.   4. Stay humble People respond to humility – it shows you place yourself at […]

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Art and African Identity with Malose Pete
Art and African Identity with Malose Pete

Fine Artist Malose Pete was born in Polokwane, Limpopo and grew up in a rural place called Ga-Mahoai. He went to junior school at Rachebole Primary where there were no art classes but realised his art potential by making illustrations of plants and animals for his teachers. Malose’s formal art education started when he enrolled […]

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African Heritage and Creating Art with Moeketsi Moahloli
African Heritage and Creating Art with Moeketsi Moahloli

South African artist Moeketsi Moahloli was born in Soweto and his chosen art mediums are charcoals, soft pastels, newspaper and acrylic paint. His work is unique to our urban life and absorbs creative energy from the diversity of our culture – especially in Soweto at grass roots level. Matoyana Media spoke to Moeketsi about his […]

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Warrior Women with Yudhika Sujanani
Warrior Women with Yudhika Sujanani

Introducing Matoyana Media’s interview with Foodpreneur, Chef, Author, Business Woman and fabulous warrior woman, Yudhika Sujanani. Hello Yudhika and thank you for your time, tell us a bit about your approach to life? “Underneath it all, we are all just humans, we are all just people craving the warmth, the love, the affection and care. […]

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Warrior Women with Saray Khumalo
Warrior Women with Saray Khumalo

Saray Khumalo is the first black African woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest but there’s a lot more to her than that – she’s a sister, a mother, an executive leader and loves creating entrepreneurial businesses out of nothing – especially when also making people’s lives better. Saray is Mandela Day Libraries ambassador […]

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Warrior Women with Tania Ikedji Mukwamu
Warrior Women with Tania Ikedji Mukwamu

Tania Ikedji Mukwamu is a wanderer who has managed to call the African continent her home. She was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), grew up there, went to school there and moved to South Africa at the age of 17. After completing university in South Africa, Tania decided to stay and many […]

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Warrior Women with Sarah-Jane Boden
Warrior Women with Sarah-Jane Boden

Sarah-Jane Boden is a proud mom, a partner and a student – currently doing her MA in Critical Diversity at University of the Witwatersrand. She’s also the Founder and Leader of the agencies Soul Providers Collective and Suketchi.  Soul Providers Collective is a medium sized creative agency and Suketchi is a mini boutique, couture branding […]

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Warrior Woman with Nosipho Vidima
Warrior Woman with Nosipho Vidima

Nosipho Vidima is a Human Rights Activist who is a tireless supporter of women’s rights, working with Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (SWEAT) fighting for the decriminalisation of sex work. In this Matoyana Media interview we spoke to Nosipho about what it means to be a Warrior Women in South Africa and much more. […]

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Warrior Women with Busisiwe Hlatswayo
Warrior Women with Busisiwe Hlatswayo

Matoyana Media’s next Warrior Women interview is with Career Coach for Black Women in the Workplace, Busisiwe Hlatswayo.  Busisiwe also has an MBA and is Head of School for Business Innovation and Technology (BIT) at AFDA. But her start in life was far from easy as we explore in this conversation. Hi Busisiwe, many thanks […]

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