8 Ways to Stay Connected During Covid_19
8 Ways to Stay Connected During Covid_19

Here’s the one thing I can say the current Covid-19 pandemic has shown me! That we are living organizisms – fragile humans and we need to take this opportunity to spend time with ourselves, our families and friends. Block out the distraction, filter the noise, choose the right information to protect yourselves, loved ones and […]

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Authentic Entrepreneur Talk
Authentic Entrepreneur Talk

In this rise of authenticity,  it’s time talk about the real issues in business, the things we struggle to articulate,  because it’s not just about profit, sales pipelines or tax returns but matters just as much, in the life of a business person. I’ll be writing a series of articles around this topic. The first […]

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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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Amplifying the Voices of the African Warrior Woman Matoyana Media
Amplifying the Voices of the African Warrior Woman

When winning Miss Universe in 2019 Zozibini Tunzi said, We should be teaching these young girls – to take up space. Nothing is as important as taking up space in society and cementing yourself.” Such powerful comments; encouraging women take centre-stage because we are the ones who knit communities together and are on the front […]

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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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Introducing Matoyana Media’s Warrior Women Series
Introducing Matoyana Media’s Warrior Women Series

By Nokwazi Mzobe Why I Made the Warrior Women Videos I created the Warrior Women series because every year I choose a word to live by. Last year was my year of “Fearless” and I made a video series where I interviewed 23 amazing women, mainly entrepreneurs, asking them to share their stories about how […]

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The Rise of the Warrior Women
The Rise of the Warrior Women

A new documentary with Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong’o takes us on a fascinating journey as it charts the history of a fierce – but seldom heard of – all female African army. In the 17th and 19th centuries in the Kingdom of Dahomey (modern-day Benin) there was a tribe of warrior women known as the “Agoji”– […]

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Are You Ready for a Side Hustle
Are You Ready for a Side Hustle?

Having a side hustle means being an entrepreneur at the same time as doing your regular job. Almost 40% of Americans have a business on the side, earning an extra US$686 on average per month, while stats show 40% of UK workers also have a side hustle with figures set to rise to nearly 50% […]

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