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The Stellar Effect is a podcast channel devoted to sharing inspiring stories of South Africans doing awesome things. You'll hear from creatives, innovators, entrepreneurs, pioneers and trailblazers. We are passionate about people and about bringing stories to life. Follow us and share these stories to inspire hope and bring something stellar to your day and to those around you.
 
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Our podcast release today features the inspirational Wajdi Abrahams. He is the CEO of VKC as well as a mentor at the Raymond Ackerman Academy small business incubator. When you squeeze him mentorship, entrepreneurship and the passion to see others thrive comes out in heaps. Wajdi has many years of experience with helping others develop their econom…
 
Our podcast release today features the inspiring Ayanda Cuba. He is a young creative entrepreneur who along with friend and business partner, Buntu Matole is making waves in Cape Town, South Africa. Hailing from eKhayalitsha, commonly known in South Africa as a ‘township’, they have got a seriously hot hybrid business model and they are impacting t…
 
In today's podcast we interview the incredible entrepreneur, Webster Kushata. From Zimbabwe originally, he has been in South Africa for about 7 years and has grown a business from scratch (we're not even kidding...he started this business with R35 in his pocket). He owns Nzum Nzum group, a retail and distribution specialist focusing on providing ex…
 
Welcome to our podcast collaboration with the #RAAWESOME Raymond Ackerman Academy of Entrepreneurial Development. In our first podcast of 2018 we chat to Rashieda Panday. She is a social entrepreneur who is passionate about seeing more equality in the work place for people with disabilities. This has been a long personal journey for Rashieda as she…
 
We had the privilege of meeting and chatting to the awesome social entrepreneur, Buhle Sithela.He is from Khayelitsha in Cape Town, South Africa and is also part of the 2017 Red Bull Amaphiko Academy cohort. His business model is simple: clean bins in Khayelitsha to finance his passion for bringing cinema to the township market. He's 22 years old a…
 
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