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Tlou Cleopas Monyepao (born December 24, 1979), professionally known as DJ Cleo, is a South African Kwaito and House producer.
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PLASCON

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Coastal hues are the inspiration for Plascon’s autumn colour palette

The transition from summer to autumn is typically infused with nostalgia for long, carefree beach days – but you need not say farewell to the freedom and expansiveness of the holiday season just yet.

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SA’s smooothest drink announces the host for Tropika Island of Treasure ALL STARS Season 10

Winning the treasure on the island has always been the most celebrated moment of the series;; so bringing back a triumphant winner as the host will cement the celebrations of the ALL STARS 10th season.

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Sammy Mhlaule - A Serial Entrepreneur, Mentor & Business Speaker

My entrepreneurial journey started when I was 14 years old, selling ice cream in my neighbourhood in Tembisa, Gauteng.

THUTO STATIONERY

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Levi Mnguni – At Thuto Stationery, our core values are not just words, they are a way of life and the way we perform in everything that we do. We have learnt that to be sustainable and to achieve our Company Vision, we need to practice our strong and rich culture, and ensure we are always working toward a higher purpose.

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Our cover feature Jack Parow. From rapping at Park Jams in Mitchell's Plain, to becoming a global Hip-Hop icon and South African rap legend, nobody is cooler than Zander Tyler.
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Proverb has paved a way forward as being an influential, multi-faceted trendsetter that we pride ourselves to have as the cover feature for this edition.
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Your 5-step skincare routine for happy skin in Autumn          EVO PROPERTIES doubles growth in 12 months          Giles assists those wanting to explore both local and offshore investment opportunities         SA’s smooothest drink announces the host for Tropika Island of Treasure ALL STARS Season 10         Coastal hues are the inspiration for Plascon’s autumn colour palette

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DJ Cleo, talking Kwaito, Amapiano and Gospel.


Award winning Kwaito Producer

Carrick Wealth

The start of a new year is a natural time to set financial resolutions. It’s a time to establish goals, draw up budgets, and devise necessary strategies to help get you where you want to be in the coming months. Much like 2020, it was hard to avoid those tough financial discussions throughout 2021.South Africans, living locally and abroad, continued to feel concerned about their financial wellbeing amidst the ongoing pandemic. Although we’ve witnessed economies open and restrictions ease (and tighten again), the outlook for 2022 is set to mirror a similar concatenation…

 

EVO PROPERTIES DOUBLES GROWTH IN 12 MONTHS

Millennial-owned agency lands some big-hitters in Cape Town CBD property landscape as it continues its phenomenal rise with caring and tech-savvy approach. The rise of Evo Properties, the Cape Town-based sales and leasing property and development management agency, is nothing short of remarkable.In the past 12 months alone, the independent property brokerage and off-plan development consultancy has doubled in terms of tenant and rental management, and is now selling and managing some of Cape Town’s most exciting developments…

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