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Sports: Danny Welbeck

Daniel Nii Tackie Mensah Welbeck has had a cracking couple of years. The 22-year-old from Manchester was promoted to the Manchester United first team at the start of 2011/12. Just one year later, he's bagged his first Premier League title. He talks to us.

[VIDEO] Behind-the-scenes: Joyous Celebration

As they celebrate more than two decades as a contemporary gospel group, Joyous Celebration's founders Lindelani Mkhize, Mthunzi Namba and Jabu Hlongwane share how they balance friendship and business, and retain their sense of humour

Scene Spy: Whisky tips

There’s nothing like a fine bottle of whisky to help you relax after a long day at work. Here’s how to best enjoy the liquid gold.

How future-proof is your career?

If you haven’t started future-proofing yourself to ensure career longevity, are you already an obsolete office dinosaur?

Sports Opener: Benni McCarthy unplugged

Benni McCarthy is probably the most successful footballer SA has produced to date. Watch our exclusive video interview with him here.

MFTD: A whole new ball game

The average career span of sportsmen in SA is only 15 years, after which they need to move on. Here's how sportsmen and anyone looking to safeguard their wealth can lay a strong financial foundation.

Entrepreneur focus: Ludwick Marishane

In the July issue of DESTINY MAN DryBath Founder Ludwick Marishane shares his entrepreneur journey

Cover Feature: The Business of House

What started as an underground movement in the eighties has boomed into a fully fledged industry of DJs, producers, promoters and party people. From Vinny Da Vinci to our cover star, Black Coffee, we explore the rise and rise of Mzansi house. Watch our behind-the-scenes video.

Knight Ganje: The entrepreneurial edge

It takes more than a good idea to spearhead a successful business. H&G Advertising Group founder Knight Ganje tells us how he overcame great odds to make it

A place for tradition

Kenyan-born businessman Eric Mwangi and Nigerian television presenter and entertainment lawyer Ebuka Obi-Uchendu discuss how they maintain their cultural connections in a modern world


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