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Change Your Game

Date: Feb 19, 2021

Empowering the next generation of young outstanding African entrepreneurs. At Change your Game, we believe entrepreneurs are the key drivers of tomorrows’ African innovations and essential to creating a thriving African economy.

In This Week's Programme:


The Franchise Co. which has some of South Africa’s leading food brands in its stable, has set its sights on developing a new category of entrepreneurs by offering the South Africa’s first franchised mobile restaurant, Nyamalicious.

The mobile restaurant offers entrepreneurs an affordable opportunity to break into the food franchising sector, Today we talk to Nyamalicious spokesperson, Wandile Cindi. 

Colleen Mashawana

The game changer of the week is Colleen Mashawana, entrepreneur, philanthropist, founder of a non-profit and recently a Master of Business Administration student. 

Soon after the success of his companies came about the foundation that bears his name which focuses on the elderly, disabled, child headed households and the homeless.  



The South African Breweries (SAB) announces the launch of their new broad-based BEE ownership scheme, SAB Zenzele Kabili which follows the decade-long success of the SAB Zenzele scheme.

This is the largest scheme in the history of South Africa, in the fast-moving consumer goods sector, reaching the total value of R9.7 billion.


The Circle of Global Business Women (CGBW) a new global network for innovative business women, established by African women, has been officially launched on April 15 2021.

The CGBW’s aim is to create a leadership shift globally by supporting the rise of women leaders who embody a female wave of change and a power circle of women leading that change.

To find out more, we talk, Sindiswa Mzamo, who is also Romay Harding, Secretary-General Global Circle of Businesswomen.

To talk to us more of this investment opportunity we are joined on the line by South African Breweries Company Secretary Duncan Pask.


Makoti Assist


Zizipho Nyanga is the founder of Makoti Assist, Chief Entrepreneurship Officer of Ubank and currently sits on the Boards of listed companies such as Adapt IT.

Makoti Assist is a social enterprise that empowers unemployed women through catering logistics.

It is an initiative aimed at creating jobs for women residing in urban settlements.






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