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Trevor Noah is on top of the world – and rising

SA’s had its share of global superstars who’ve reshaped our national culture and identity. Comedian extraordinaire Trevor Noah, another homegrown creative genius, is doing just that – and teaching salient lessons about Mzansi behind the laughter

Powerhouse: Mzamo Masito

Newly appointed Google SA Chief Marketing Officer Mzamo Masito tells us how he went from a township tyke to fronting the marketing activities of the world’s premier tech titan

Learning for life

As the rapid pace of change forces professionals to repeatedly switch careers and redevelop skills, learning is no longer a luxury, but a matter of survival

Powerhouse: Collen Mashawana

At just 36, Collen Mashawana has grown Afribiz, the private equity firm he co-founded and heads as Executive Chairman, into a behemoth worth more than R2,5 billion

Who’s fuelling who?

Between calls for transformation, the adoption of cleaner fuels and the introduction of electric vehicles, SA’s petroleum industry is in crisis

David Beckham: A whole new ball game

He’s one of the most recognised faces in the world, sport’s first truly global superstar, with appeal that stretches well beyond his chosen game. Yet his phenomenal success was no stroke of luck or happenstance: David Beckham shot to the top on his own steam

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

From stokvel to stock market

So you’ve heard about stokvels, but still aren’t sure of how good a savings vehicle they really are. Read on to see if informal community savings schemes can build real wealth safely

Will power!

Having made his name as the frontman for the international mega-group The Black-Eyed Peas, is now churning out different kinds of hits in the world of technology and innovaition. We caught up with him on his recent visit to Johannesburg for the BCX Disrupt Conference

The great water crisis

With most of SA experiencing drought and Cape Town in a crisis that may see the Mother City run dry by March, we investigate the roots of Mzansi’s water woes

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