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SA Celebs With Cool Business Ventures

SA Celebs With Cool Business Ventures. They say being in business is not for the faint hearted. These celebrities have proved that with hard work you can be anything you want to be. Although they are successful in their own right, they still have the drive to run businesses. Their choice of business ventures will inspire many to use their talents and hobbies for survival.

1. Boity Thulo

New to business is media personality Boity Thulo. She has taken her love for fitness to a higher level. Boity has partnered with pharmaceutical company Human Limitless to create a body toning pill. Boity Toning Support helps create a leaner and healthier body. How cool is that!

2. Pearl Thusi

Pearl has been inspired by her beautiful natural hair to come through for other black girls. She has her own hair care line, Black Pearl. After getting tips from AfroBotanics founder Ntombenhle Khathwane, she decided to found her own hair line. We salute you Pearl!

3. DJ Sbu

Now this is a man who inspires a lot of people with his hustle. Having been in an out of business, he proves perseverance can take you a long way. He has recently founded his own energy drink called Mofaya. The entrepreneur has just clinched a show on CNBCA Africa in collaboration with Forbes Africa called “Kicking doors with Sbu Leope.”

4. Cassper Nyovest

Although Cass has endorsement deals, he also thrives on having something of his own. He has used his love for good clothes to come up with a clothing line. The range is called the Platinum Collection, and this winter his tracksuits sold like fat cakes.

5. Terry Pheto & Mampho Brescía

These two best friends proves two is better than one. They have launched their online toy store ‘Let’s Learn Toys. The store sells educational toys which democratize education, providing children with the available tools to make learning accessible and fun.

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