5 local creatives you should know about

2016-08-23 14:40


Buhle Ngaba, Faith Kay, Thatiso Farrai Dube
Buhle Ngaba, Faith Kay, Thatiso Farrai Dube (Photo: Instagram)

Cape Town - Here are some of our favourite local creatives, who'll inspire you to take your passion to the next level.  

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So, from fashion, tech and social initiatives to business we've made a list of some of the must-follow creatives around. So if you want to invite the passion and inspiration back in your life, get to following. 

Kay Faith

23-year-old muso Kay Faith is quickly making a name for herself in the hip-hop and rap industry, kicking down doors and taking down names. DYK: She is behind the hook of AKA and Kwesta's hit Day Ones, released earlier this year? Give her a follow here

Thatiso Dube

Designer Thatiso Dube's label Galxboy, began in 2008 while he was still in high school, but back then it was known as Cheeseboy - a T-shirt brand funded by a R20 000 investment from friends and family. He rebranded his startup as Galxboy in 2012 and he opened his first store in 2014, hitting the R1 million revenue mark! Show him some love here.

Buhle Ngaba

As the founder of KaMatla NPO and author of The Girl Without A Sound, Buhle Ngaba is bringing much-needed diversity to local children's literature. Buhle sets out to empower young South Africans of colour to write both themselves and their stories into existence. Follow her here


Identifying a need in South Africa for affordable, leading-brand smartphones from a trusted source, food writer and former consultant, Nothando Moleketi, co-founded ReWare, a business that sells pre-owned, high-end smartphones across South Africa.