#53 – Sandile Shezi – South Africa’s youngest self-made millionaire is on 1000AV

This Episode features Sandile Shezi, Founder and Chairman of Rivoltare Pty Ltd. How did he become South Africa’s youngest self made millionaire at the age of 23? What’s his advice for people who want to follow in his footsteps? If you want to know more about Sandile Shezi, click the play button.

Connect with Sandile Shezi on the following social media handles;

Twitter – @_sandileshezi

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/sandileinnocentshezi/

Instagram – sandileinnocentshezi

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#52 – Nigerian YouTube sensation with 3.5 million subscribers, Comedian and Short Filmmaker Mark Angel

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This Episode features Mark Angel, Comedian, Filmmaker and YouTuber.

Mark Angel, the man behind the Mark Angel Comedy YouTube Channel that has introduced the world to characters like Success and Emanuella and among others talks to us about what it takes to produce a comedy skit. Is there a formula to producing funny content? Where did it all start and why?

You can subscribe to the Mark Angel Comedy Channel on this address – https://www.youtube.com/user/MarkAngelComedy/featured. You wont regret it. Its African comedy at its best.

Twitter – @markangelcomedy or on

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/markangelcomedy/

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Credit – The clip at the beginning of the episode is courtesy of the Mark Angel Comedy Company. It is episode 192 titled My girlfriend (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VW4gohT3V6Q&t=17s).

Award Winning Seasoned Executive in the Oil and Gas industry, Nosizwe Nokwe Macamo is our 51st African Voice, South Africa

This Episode features Nosizwe Nokwe Macamo, winner of several accolades including the Excellence in Business Award, Female Business Personality of the year in 2013, Finalist in South Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government Award and Top Female Leader of Tomorrow Award in 2005 among others.

Nosizwe was born in Soweto during the politically turbulent early 1960. She is one of the first female petrochemical engineers in South Africa. She holds an MSc in Chemical Engineering from Moscow and is also a founding member of Raise Africa Investments, an investment company which focuses on manufacturing and providing services to oil and gas companies.

From village beginnings to global ambitions, Constance Nengovhela, Limpopo, South Africa, 50th African Voice!

Constance Nengovhela was born and raised in a remote village of
Ha-Mashau in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Now she is on a mission to change the world.



An international seafarer by academic training and qualifications. A driven, fearless, passionate, determined entrepreneur by calling. A global citizen
by mission.
Constance is the Founder of Life Beyond Group, a global company that engages in inspirational talks, human resource support, the design and worldwide
distribution of apparel that seeks to inspire, lift boundaries, educate and bring hope to every human being in the world.
Life Beyond Group’s Contact Details
WhatsApp – +27 81 559 5888
WeChat, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn – Life Beyond Group
Twitter – @Lifebeyond2018
E-Mail – info@lifebeyondgroup.com
Website – https://www.lifebeyondgroup.com/

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George Mensah Britton, Founder @ GB Interactive Ltd, Accra, Ghana is the 49th African Voice

This Episode features George Mensah Britton, a proud son of Africa who believes in nothing other than hard work, determination and perseverance.
He is the founder of a media and communications company called GB Interactive LTD which is based in Accra.


George Mensah Britton is originally from a small town called Cape Coast and currently resides in Accra, Ghana. George is also the manager of one of the biggest and vibrant music groups in Ghana called Keche, he also manages Knii Lnate, one of Ghana’s renowned reggae artists, a male vocalist of the year.

He is chairman and content development manager of http://www.georgebritton.com. A news and entertainment website that focuses on events, fashion and music. You can reach out to George through the following handles.
Instagram – britton_emg
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/george.brittonii
Twitter – @georgebrittongh

Multi Award winning South African Actor Warren Masemola, 48th African Voice

This Episode features Warren Masemola, the gunslinger in the movie Five Fingers for Marseilles, an armed robber in the thrilling iNumber Number and a warlord in the play When Swallows Cry, which earned him a Best Actor nomination in the Naledi Theatre Awards.


Warren has been in numerous TV productions including Ses’Top La, Saints and Sinners, Scandal!, Intersexions, Ayeye and Ring of Lies. He won the Best Actor award in the South African Film and Television Awards for playing MaFred in SABC 1’s drama series, Tjovitjo.
In this episode we talk about religion, eating rats and worms on his travels, his preferred roles and why he doesn’t grow any hair at all.

Twitter and Instagram – @warrenmasemola
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/warren.masemola?ref=br_rs
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Namibian Singer, Songwriter and Actress, Taylor Jaye is our 47th African Voice

This episode features Jaleesa !Gaoses better known by her professional name Taylor Jaye. She is an award-winning Namibian-born SA based singer, songwriter, and actress.



Taylor Jaye has performed at numerous corporate, social and special events both in Namibia and SA most recently alongside the likes of Davido and Runtown in Zimbabwe and Namibia and at events such as NAMAS Nomination Show.

You can connect with Taylor on;

Twitter – @taylorjayeworld and Instagram – taylorjayeworld