You can get involved with guests Pria Hassan, Lindo Duma, David Masilela and Oupa Pilane – and be part of their efforts to build a better South Africa – who feature in episode 18 of Play Your Part.
Brand South Africa reporter
In episode 18 of Play Your Part, you hear the stories of four entrepreneurs who believe in giving back to communities, such as by providing mentorship and job opportunities.
Episode 18 is aired on Saturday, 20 January 2018 on SABC2 at 18:00.
Read more about the guests and discover how you can get involved with them:
Duma’s company, Skwe One Rehabilitation, works to rehabilitate and develop young people by opening drug rehabilitation centres around the country. In addition, he runs his stove business.
- LinkedIn: Lindo Duma
Masilela worked as a petrol pump attendant for eight years while he saved money to study law. Today the lawyer has his own firm and mentors law students. Davi Masilela Attorneys also runs a school shoes project.
- Twitter: @davimasilela
- Website: davi-masilela-attorneys.business.site
- LinkedIn: David Masilela
- Facebook: Davi Masilela Attorneys
An advocate, Hassan is the founder and managing director of the investment holding company, Women of Africa Investments. She’s also a member of the Businesswomen’s Association of South Africa. Hassan is involved in the Businesswomen of Tomorrow project, which helps schoolgirls with training and resources.
Pilane is the owner and founder of Nelspruit’s Ubuntu Kraal guesthouse. He is also the executive responsible for municipal business intelligence at the Guma Group and is a mentor in the Bring Change Lowveld programme.
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