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Faheema Hoosen – Episode 12
Faheema Hoosen is a mom of 4, who embarked on her journey of entrepreneurship while pregnant with her 3rd child. She started a halaal catering business called Passionate Food. Faheema gre up on a chicken farm in Lenasia, Johannesburg. She is a qualified health and beauty therapist, but always felt that food was her real passion. Faheema was a stay-at-home mom for many years, and just one month prior to the birth of her 3rd child, her mother presented her with an opportunity to cater for a...
Episode 11 – Thembinkosi Pantsi
Thembinkosi grew up as the son of farm workers, and through hard work and perseverance, worked his way up to become the dealer principal at Audi Polokwane. In this episode, he shares his journey, the hardships and opportunities and the 3 biggest lessons that he feels contributed to his success today.
Episode 10 – Shaun Harry
Before starting his business consultancy practice in 2015, Shaun held executive management & consultancy positions in internationally-operating companies as well as governmental organizations, including Denel (SOC), FINPRO, Enterprise Ireland, Mi-Fone BVI. In his interview, Shaun recalls the day he left his corporate job, booked a flight to Ireland, without any assurance of a business deal, and followed his dreams.
Episode 09 – Your Business and the Law with Maushami Chetty
Maushami Chetty is an attorney with over 14 years post qualification experience and a speaker and consultant on gender and cultural change in business and schools. Although Maushami is a serial entrepreneur herself, the focus of this interview was not on her journey, but rather on the legal aspects of starting and growing a business.
Episode 08 Erik Kruger
Erik Kruger is a Personal Development & Leadership Coach. Currently completing his Masters degree in Business and Executive coaching through Wits Business School. He has been featured in GQ, CliffCentral, Good Men Project, Thought Catalog, Entrepreneur Magazine, TouchHD, KykNet, and more. As a coach, he spends time with entrepreneurs, leaders and teams in organizations to help them think about the challenges they are facing and how to overcome them. His strength lies in his ability to help...
Episode 07 Hawa Charfaray
What drives a young successful woman to leave a stable, comfortable work environment at a reputable financial institution to start her own business? Hawa Charfrey, CEO of Training Excellence, is an international business women with 23 years of business experience in both South Africa and the United Arab Emirates. Yet she never set out to be an entrepreneur. In this episode, Hawa shares her personal story of joy, loss, struggle, winning and losing in business, but also of finding her purpose.
Episode 06 – Yolandi Michaels
Yolandi Michaels is the Founder and Director of experiential activation agency, Living Masks. She is a single mom of 2 beautiful daughters. Yolandi started her journey studying the creative and performing arts. Yet she always knew she didn't want to follow the traditional path. When she was 6 years old, she boldly told her mother that she never wanted to work for a boss! She initially did work for a boss, in a variety of industries including public relations and advertising, and it was...
Episode 05 – Danyaal Cloete
Danyaal Cloete is a young, up and coming entrepreneur from my home town, Cape Town. He is the founder of Next Level – a social media advertising agency that makes modern day adverts to help brands go to the next level. Danyaal knew at a very young age already, that he wanted to be an entrepreneur. He talks about the resistance he initially faced from his parents when he wanted to pursue entrepreneurship straight out of high school. Danyaal and his company may be young, but his clear...
Episode 04 – Joel Baloyi
'Bigg' Joel calls himself a hustle activist from a small town in Limpopo called Nylstroom. From the tender age of 7 Joel has had an entrepreneurial spirit. His sole mission is to encourage more young people to work harder and dream. He is the founder of creative advertising agency called Highly Dedicated that he founded after being unable to complete his university degree due to lack of funding. With nothing to his name he designed a logo and created a email address, and started his...
Episode 03 – Sibabalwe Sesmani
Sibabalwe co-owns a public relations and communications company called Unorthodox PR and Media Group, which focuses on providing their clients with media exposure to achieve their objectives. She sits as a director at Arigo Investments on the Executive Board, as well as the Phenomenal African Woman (PAW) Board, where it's objectives are to improve women's lives all over Africa. Its headquarters are in Nigeria and she is the youngest member of the board. Siba was also featured in...
Episode 02 – Lula Tshongweni
Lula Tshongweni was born and raised in the township of Tsakane, in the East Rand, East of Johannesburg, South Africa, where he currently still resides. As a little boy, Lula used to play with his friends on the sand heaps and around large bodies of water commonly seen around the area he lived, not knowing that these were actually tailings dams and heaps, which are by-products of the mining process. Fast forward many years later, and Lula is now the founder of Lutails Engineering, a...
Episode 01 – Vikki Lee Harry
Vikki Harry was born and raised on the Cape Flats, in Mitchell's Plein, Cape Town. She currently lives in Norwood, Johannesburg with her husband and 2 beautiful daughters. In 2014, she took a leap of faith and left a 10+ year career in the corporate world to start her one company called Momsterbox. This is her story. The post Episode 01 – Vikki Lee Harry appeared first on The Daily Hustle.
TDH Episode 00 – Launching The Daily Hustle
Welcome to the launch episode of The Daily Hustle podcast! This very first episode is all about what The Daily Hustle is, who your host is, and why The Daily Hustle came about.