Play Your Part episode 17: profiles

You can get involved with the guests on episode 17 of the Play Your Part TV series. They include entrepreneurs Lynette Ntuli and Sabelo Mahlalela.

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Businessman Sabelo Mahlalela is the author of Mpumalanga: Our Beautiful Province and A Child of The Promise. Mahlalela is one of the guests featured on Play Your Part on 6 January. (Images: Brand South Africa)

Brand South Africa reporter
In episode 17 of Play Your Part, we hear how the SGM Foundation inspires young people through seminars and motivational programmes. Chairman of the non-profit company Sabelo Mahlalela is a featured guest on the show.

This episode airs on Saturday, 6 January 2018 on SABC at 18:00.

Here’s how you can get involved with Mahlalela and the other guests:

Sabelo Mahlalela

Mahlalela is the chairman of black-owned investment company Ziya Group, as well as the chairman of the SGM Foundation. The team at the non-profit organisation support education and community-based poverty alleviation programmes. They also work with environmental and biodiversity projects.

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Tshepo Seeta

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Tshepo Seeta

Seeta is the founder of Spaza Sum, a black-owned management company that helps township spaza shops and rural businesses. Last year, Absa Bank extended a R3.5-million facility to eSpaza Sum Holdings to help the company uplift and modernise 22 spaza shops in Mamelodi and Pretoria West.

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Lynette Ntuli

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Lynette Ntuli

The founder and CEO of asset management and infrastructure solutions firm Innate Investment Solutions, Ntuli also heads the youth-oriented digital media and programme platform IgniteSA.com. It curates content in education, skills and entrepreneurial development in South Africa. She was also Glamour magazine’s Woman of The Year 2014 in the business category.

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Play Your Part is broadcast at 18:00 on Saturdays on SABC2.

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