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Abner Mariri Johannesburg
What the clients say…
“Abner is a powerful presenter, inspiring his audience to believe in themselves irrespective of background or position in society” - Christian Johl, Chairman, ITS UserGroup

“Very good and extremely appropriate. Abner turned a very unapproachable audience into one of participation” - Tony Godyck , Managing Director, Eaton Aeroquip (Pty) Ltd

“An extremely dynamic speaker! Abner’s presentations are exhilarating and inspiring” - Estelle Pretorius, Group Marketing Manager, Sasfin Bank

“Abner’s work was an inspiration to a very diverse group of people” - Lars Steyn, Shaft Manager, Sasol Mining

Alec Hogg Johannesburg
Classic Business, Alec’s business radio programme is broadcast by Classic Fm and simultaneously syndicated to independent radio stations in a joint venture between JSE-listed Moneyweb Holdings. The hour-long programme airs between 6pm and 7pm every weekday evening. The show has aired previously on Primedia’s stations 702 Talk Radio and Cape Talk.

Arnold Geerdts Johannesburg
A keen golfer, Geerdts currently a 4-handicapper, says he often uses his short game to spectacular effect – OFF THE TEE! He has run more than 150 marathons and ultra marathons, has a 42.2 kilometer marathon best of 2 hours and 29 minutes (which ranked him in the top 100 in SA) and his best Comrades time is 7 hours 19 minutes.

This fully bilingual Master of Ceremonies, game show host, anchor, radio presenter and voice-over artist is a two-time winner of the prestigious SAB Sports Journalist of the Year Merit Award and lists other broadcasting highlights as his Comrades telecasts, the Barcelona Olympics and the Australian cricket tour of 93/94.

Bob Mabena Johannesburg
Mabena is a clear role model who has inspired a lot of other role models and artists, including Romeo Khumalo, Khabzela, Bad boy T, Akin Amotos, the list goes on. With almost all his dreams achieved at the age of 32, the one wish Mabena has is to inspire others who may have as difficult an upbringing as he has had, to make them hope for things never hoped for and then give them insights as to how to attain, maintain and improve on their goals.

Carol Manana Johannesburg
Award Winning Television Presenter, Radio Presenter, Scriptwriter, MC and Voice-Over Artist. She recently returned from covering both the Olympics and the Paralympics in Athens, 2004.

Carol began broadcasting in 2000 for the youth sports programme "Sportsbuzz". Within a year she was a field reporter for the soccer show "Soccer Special" and soon earned the prestigious accolade of being the first female sports anchor of major TV show, "Mabaleng", previously hosted by Robert Marawa and Martin Locke.

She is a field reporter on "Soccerzone" and her all round general knowledge also sees her involvement as a presenter of "Siyadlala", a initiative commissioned by Sports and Recreation South Africa.

She has been involved in such prestigious productions as The All Africa Games, Blue I.Q, The Comrades and City to City marathons, the Durban July Handicap and the world Karate cup.

As a radio journalist, she has recently moved from Kaya fm, where she compiled and presents daily sports bulletins for the popular breakfast show, to Radio 2000 where she now anchors “Beyond the Game” daily from 3-6pm.

Chantell Ilbury Cape Town
Chantell was invited to be the consultant co-ordinator for The Olwazini Discovery Centre in Pietermaritzburg - South Africa's first combined science and cultural centre. Chantell remains committed to education and has been appointed to the board of directors of Clifton School - a leading independent boys' school based in Durban.

It was while Chantell was at UCT Graduate School of Business in 2000 that she first met Clem Sunter. They shared their ideas on scenario planning that led to the writing of their best-selling book The Mind of a Fox. The second book Games Foxes Play was launched in April 2005.

Chantell has also lectured on strategy and scenario planning at a number of South Africa's top business schools. She is an accomplished speaker on effective management in times of uncertainty; and has addressed audiences as far afield as England, Ireland, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, Kuwait, Jamaica, Jersey and the Isle of Man, as well as throughout Southern Africa.

Clive Simpkins Cape Town

• The individual and how s/he impacts on organizational image through communication.
• The fragile relationship between personal and corporate communication.
• Improving communication to impact on your bottom line.


Spiritual Intelligence in Business:
A brand-new workshop launched with huge success via a Quality Life Company event at the Sunnyside Park Hotel, Johannesburg 29th May 2003. The event was attended by academics running leadership programs at top universities and attracted very favourable reviews. One verbatim comment from a Professor is: 'I learned at least 50 new things today!' It explores what spiritual intelligence is, how it differs from religiosity of any sort and how it is already impacting positively on global business. This is not a 'fluffy' talk about spirituality. It's a pragmatic look at a growing trend in business and what will happen to organizations that don't get into step with the growing march to integrity. Examining the triple bottom lines of business for sustainability and a variety of other aspects crucial to business survival, this talk or workshop can be adapted to fit a variety of timing needs.


• What is it?
• Why do so few business people have it?
• How to recognise, nurture and benefit from it.
• How it differs from "management".
• Charisma, what is it, who has it, and what role does it play?


• How hi-tech is forcing the world to change at a stressful and painful rate.
• How we can cope, thrive and optimise the opportunities presented by accelerating technological change.
• Includes state of the art, up to date examples of convergent technology, IT and how to rediscover "hi-touch".

Dave Batzofin Johannesburg
A week of various activities.
Events as diverse as a comedy evening, schools participation and an all day carnival.
Co-ordination of schools participation. Organization of comedy evening, including artist liaison and organizing of schedule of the evenings events. I performed as both a stand up comedian and MC for the evening.
Organization of several performers at the Saturday carnival, including Abigail Kubeka and Sonia Herholdt.
Organization of on-field entertainment for the Saturday Carnival at the rugby club in Nelspruit. Liaison with radio and press.
M.C for Miss Lion Festival 1999.

Dave Charles Durban
Then for over five years, Dave moved back to his roots in the Rorke's Drift area of KwaZulu Natal, where he built a lodge and spent his time sharing his passion for history and culture of the Zulu people. He now shares that passion with visitors to the coast of that province.

On the lighter side, another option is to let Dave relate some of the truly wondrous stories of Herman Charles Bosman in “An evening with Oom Schalk Lourens” and his guitar and fine vocals have been the core of many memorable evenings around the campfire.

David O'Sullivan Johannesburg
David returned to University in 1991, studying for an LLB At Wits and he completed his articles at Webber Wentzel Attorneys, specialising in media law and working on behalf of such clients as The Star, The Sowetan, M-Net, the BBC and Reuters.

David continued to freelance for 702 and Capital Radio and in 1993, he won two international journalism awards for his coverage of the Bisho Massacre.

David has been both deputy News Editor and Sports Editor at 702, and has covered numerous major sporting events, including the S.A. Cricket tour of Australia, the Davis Cup in Rome, the Rugby World Cup finals, the African Nations Cup and the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta.

Derek Watts Johannesburg
When TV1 News launched a separate sports presentation, he switched roles within the Auckland Park fold. After winning a Tonight Award for the Best Contribution to Sport, he joined the Top Sport line-up when the new programme was launched in 1988.

Then came the opportunity of co-anchoring Carte Blanche and Derek became the first full-time presenter to “cross the floor” to M-Net. Carte Blanche has been running for over ten years and has won a host of awards for content and presentation. In 1992 Derek was voted the Best Reporter by Tonight panel.

Dr.John Tibane Johannesburg
His involvement with the community includes: being a Trustee member of the International Third World Leaders Association, a Director of Khuphukani Business Leaders Association and President of the Leaders Led to Lead Network.

With regards to the electronic media, Dr. Tibane hosted “Focus on Success” on Radio Bop; “Focus on Leadership” on Radio Pulpit and currently hosts a weekly hour-long lunchtime talk show on 702 Talk Radio. He has also been a regular contributor to “Two Way” and “Positive Leap” on TV.

Freek Robinson Johannesburg
Freek has established himself as an objective interviewer and debate facilitator with credibility among all political parties and sectors of society.

As a close observer of up-to-the-minute developments in both the political and economic arenas, and as a South African passionate about the future of our country, Freek is much sought-after on the professional speaking circuit.

Gary Bailey Johannesburg
He was one of the ambassadors for South Africa’s 2006 world cup bid, which included visits to Kuala Lumpur, Germany and finally Zurich for the deciding announcement.

Gary’s most recent talk looks at the Road to 2010.

What our clients say:
“Gary was very professional, well prepared and an articulate speaker. He was exceptionally well received by a diverse and tough audience who thoroughly enjoyed his presentation. He made the message simple yet effective and highlighted many key issues in a fun, entertaining yet business like manner”. – Dave Miller, The Connection Group

Graeme Joffe Johannesburg
Thoroughly enjoyable. Entertaining, new jokes, relaxed style, good rapport with audience. - Denice Holley, Dimensions Marketing (Corporate Golf Day)
“Graeme was great, he just fitted in for our race day and did a superb job; we were all very impressed and what a nice guy!!!” - Sharon Young o/b/o/ Steinhoff

“Joffers was excellent, he played golf with us for the day and was very accommodating to everyone. I would make use of him every year. What a great guy !” - Andrew Holdsworth, Sales and Marketing Director, Gremick Security.

Harald Pakendorf Johannesburg
He does a weekly political commentary on Afrikaans radio (for the last 17 years) and has played a leading role in the SABC election broadcasts in ’99, 2000 and 2004. He publishes a monthly newsletter through Meropa Communications.

Harald was fired under pressure from PW Botha in 1986 for pushing too hard for political change, and has since spent a great deal of his time as a highly-respected, well-connected and well-informed public speaker.

Jo-Anne Strauss Johannesburg
Now a TV host, Business Woman, MC and Inspirational speaker, this small-town girl became Miss South Africa at the age of 19. She won the prestigious title on the 9th of December 2000 at Sun City. During her reign, she was placed 6th in the Miss World pageant and in the same year, she started presenting a very successful magazine programme “Pasella” and just finished doing so for 4 years. She has recently joined South Africa’s top glamour show, “Top Billing.” She has interviewed numerous international stars such as Donatella Versace, Elton John, Katie Melua and Roger Federer.

While competing in Miss Universe in Puerto Rico, Jo-Ann was invited by Naomi Campbell to model in a fashion show for the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund in Barcelona. Jo-Ann shared the ramp with supermodels like Naomi, Kate Moss, Elle McPherson and Helena Christensen and she also got to know Bono, from U2 and singer Wyclef Jean – just 2 of the diverse highlights from that year.

She speaks three languages, English, Afrikaans and Xhosa is a major asset which helps her to really reach people.

JP Landman Cape Town
What the audiences say:

“An excellent presentation. The content was well received and I would recommend him to any other organisation.” - Garth Saunders, SA Breweries.

“Our audience was enlightened by your talk, which was conducted in a down-to-earth manner combined with your unique sense of humour and candour. It was a real eye-opener for most people.” - Ronnie Watson, CEO, Wesbank.

“JP provided a stimulating alternative insight into South Africa.” - Vanessa McDowell, Grinaker LTA.

“It is a YPO International requirement that all events are rated according to take-home value. I am delighted to share that your presentation was exceptionally highly rated at 9.2 out of 10. Thank you for your interest and enthusiasm and for a great presentation” – Richard van Rensburg, Cape Town Chapter, Young Presidents’ Organization

“JP made a substantial contribution to our management meeting.” - Neil Brimacombe, Beacon Sweets & Chocolates.

“JP was enjoyed by all the delegates as his message was clear, concise and factual … I would highly recommend JP to any organization which wishes to share some of the more positive aspects of the state of the nation with its customers or staff.” - Bob Laing, Viamax Fleet.

Juliet Newell Johannesburg
1994 MTN SABC & M-Net "Mandy"
1993 Spaarbanken Sweden Girlfriend
1993 Glomail Dairy Wizz Infomercial Presenter
1989 M-Net Christmas Campaign M-Net Schoolgirl
1999 / 2001 Generations SABC - Soapie "Liz Daniels"
1998 / 1999 Egoli M-Net - Soapie "Louise"
1997 Crossroads SABC - Drama Series "Anita Malan"
1996 Superheroez SABC - Children's News Anchor
1996 Kelebone SABC - Drama Series Cameo
1995 Lost & Buried Treasure SABC - Movie Cameo
1995 Indaba Paris - Drama Series "Caroline" - Vet
1995 African Skies Canada "Princess"
1992 Maths No Problem III SABC - Edu Series Student
1991 Maths No Problem II SABC - Edu Series Student

2006 Etv Morning Edition Anchor
2003 Summit DSTV News Channel Business News Anchor
1993 Sport 4 U SABC - Sports Instructional Presenter
1992 Ecovision SABC - Environmental Series Anchor

Just Ice Ramohlola Johannesburg
He kicked-off his radio career on Durban-based Capital Radio (1993-95) and then moved via CANi FM to KAYA FM and then to MetroFM.

He has appeared in several TV commercials as a lead actor, including: Sprite, Insignia, Castle Lager, Apples, Teaspoon Tips, Zenex Garage and the Perm Building Society and has also done photographic fashion shoots, played minor roles in films and been voted Hunk of the Month in the former Scope Magazine.

He currently fronts the business programme for Small Businesses called “Enterprise Zone” on SABC1 on Sundays and Wednesdays.

Just Ice plays the role of Harry Twala in SA’s most popular soapie. “Generations” which flights Monday – Friday on SABC1.

“Ice” is also a popular Voice-over Artiste and club DJ.

Liezel van der Westhuizen Johannesburg
She may be a new face to South African television audiences but SABC 3 continuity presenter, Liezel van der Westhuizen has long been working in the homegrown entertainment industry.

Liezel is a regular fixture on Gauteng’s Jacaranda 94.2 radio station. It was on the latter station that Liezel’s ability to reach audiences, with her finely tuned, warm and hugely likeable presenting skills, earned her a strong following amongst the province’s radio listeners. “I began my radio life at Tuks FM and was well and truly hooked on the joys of being able to use media to connect with people,” she says.

Those early days as music manager at Tuks FM whilst still studying led to a job offer at EMI Music South Africa, where Liezel held the position of International PR Manager working with an impressive array of global music stars, including Lenny Kravitz, Atomic Kitten and Blue

Mabutho Sithole Johannesburg
On the big screen, he has co-starred with Henry “Shaka Zulu” Cele in ‘Inkom’ Edla Yodwa’; with Kevin Bacon he was the co-lead in “The Air up There”; In “Nyaga” he starred alongside Winston Ntshona, with John Kani in “Soweto Green” and he was a hoot in Leon Schuster’s “Panic Mechanic” and he is involved in a movie, currently in production, “Hotel Rwanda”.

As a Director, Kid produces many industrial theatre shows for SA corporates.

And that’s not all! He is also an inspirational speaker for “anyone who’ll listen”, be they young or old, corporate or community. His two most popular presentations are: “The Vulindlela Vibe” which shows his audiences how to become a go-getter and “Ubuntu – the catalyst in South Africa today”.

He was also the “face and voice” in the Clientele Life TV commercials until 2003.

Michael Abrahamson Johannesburg
In the Sporting Arena - Michael has worked as a sports broadcaster on TV and radio for the past 15 years, covering major sporting events in all the major sporting codes. He was the SABC's top English commentator at the Athens Olympic Games, he covered the Springbok rugby tour to the UK and Ireland in 2004 and a soccer tour to the West Indies. Locally, Michael has covered all major cricket, soccer, tennis, rugby, gymnastics and athletics events. He is the only broadcaster in SA sporting history to win the prestigious SAB Radio Broadcaster of the Year award more than 3 times (5 times in seven years between 1998 and 2004 inclusive) and he has also won the Castle Premiership TV Commentator of the Year and the Coca-Cola TV Commentator of the Year 3 times.

A voice artiste and corporate MC at sporting and other functions, he is now heard on MNet’s Supersport. He is the stadium announcer at several cricket stadia and he MC's at all major gymnastics functions.

“my guests loved Michael and his act generated loads of lively debate around the hall for the remainder of our exhibition.” - Debbie Mulcahy, Orbes Media (Pty) Ltd.

Michael Jackson Cape Town
Michael is the owner of a specialist forensic marketing consultancy and is also widely involved in the media, having been a Radio 702 and Voice of Soweto radio host, as well as a feature contributor to The Saturday Star and Sunday Independent. Currently Michael edits two magazines, and writes monthly columns for two others, including the British Airways in-flight magazine.

On TV Michael has presented “The Consumer Files” for the series “Your Own Business”; “Money” for the SABC; Business Web and TechnoLogic for Summit TV, and currently presents a lifestyle, property and leisure weekend programme on DStv. He is an active member of the European Professional Speakers’ Association, and a board member of the National Speakers’ Association of SA.

Natalie Du Toit Cape Town
When, early 2001, Du Toit had her left leg amputated following a scooter accident, she ended up encouraging tearful family members while recovering in hospital - and within a week of leaving hospital was back in the swimming pool, even before she had re-learned how to walk.
A year later she won the 50m and 100m ‘Elite Athlete with a Disability’ freestyle swimming at the Commonwealth Games breaking two world records. Natalie also made it to the final of the 800m able-bodied open freestyle where she finished just 46 seconds behind the winner.
At the age of 18 Natalie had won two gold medals for swimming in the 2002 Commonwealth Games. She was presented with the David Dixon Award for outstanding athlete of the Commonwealth Games as well as being named South Africa's top Sportswoman of 2002.
She believes 'Society need to understand that we are people first, who happen to also have disabilities. There is nothing wrong with us. It is a lack of reasonable accommodation that prevents us from contributing meaningfully to the economy, sport, education, housing and transport.'

Nick Christelis Cape Town
Nick’s clients include:

• Volkswagen S.A. (Pty)Ltd
• Radio Highveld 94.7
• Primedia Limited
• Comutanet
• Johnson & Johnson
• Remax S.A.
• American Express
• RCI – Global
• Cybarco Cyprus
• Unisys United Kingdom
• Fiskars United Kingdom
• Deloitte & Touche
• Investec
• Discovery Health

Conference topics include:

Self-management: Motivating yourself for success

Communication for results

The fat duck vs the gorilla: Creating a sustainable edge by owning the customer

Get it or get irrelevant: New work habits for a rapidly changing world

Romance, not seduction: The leadership imperative

“If it’s going to be, it’s up to me”: Accountability in action

Resistance: The subtle saboteur of success

Selling the beansalad rather than the ingredients: Differentiate yourself and your business by adding value

Managing change

Self-management of emotional intelligence in the workplace

Penny Heyns Pretoria
 Penny held 5 of the possible 6 breaststroke World Records. Currently still holds the 100m Long Course World Record and Current Olympic record holder of 100m breaststroke.

 She is the only Breaststroke swimmer to hold the 50M, 100M and 200M Long Course WORLD RECORDS simultaneously. Penny Heyns - undisputably the Best Female Breastroke Swimmer of all time!

What the clients are saying: “Her speech was motivational, crisp and to the point and I believe we’ve got people that have gone away with an empowering message that they can work with to initiate real change and improve themselves.” - Ian Marron, Managing Director, Liberty Corporate Benefits

“…first-class and a great inspiration to all... clearly a very accomplished and charming young woman.” - Trevor Munday, Executive Director, Sasol Limited

“It was interesting to hear how you dealt with the many challenges you faced both with regards to swimming and moving away from South Africa in order to achieve your goals. It certainly showed that nothing worthwhile is achieved without sacrifice, focus and perseverance.” - Don MacLeod - Managing Director, Illovo Limited

Peter Ndoro Johannesburg
Zambian born, an accounting degree accompanies his winning smile. Broadcaster on national radio in Harare. After presenting a pilot for an Mnet TV series has been in broadcasting on South African radio & TV hosting his own shows. Currently with talk station 702.

Pieter Geldenhuys Cape Town
In his academic capacity he has taught Strategic Technology & Innovation Management as well as E-business & Internet strategy at a MBA level for the better part of a decade. His current tenure is at the UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership.

He is the driving force behind the country’s first year-long post-graduate Programme in E-commerce, and is a keen commentator in the public space with dozens of television appearances and more than a 100 radio appearances under his belt in his weekly programme "The Internet Paradigm Shift" on South Africa's radiosondergrense.

Pieter also holds of Extra-ordinary lecturer in Strategic Technology Management at the Potchefstroom Business School. He also gets regular invitations to address classes at Wits Business School, RAU, GIBS, De Montford, Terry School of Business (Georgia) and the University of Pretoria.

Romy Titus Johannesburg
SABC Sport (October 2005 til present)
Senior Journalist and Presenter
Compile stories for the SABC Sports website
Assist Managing Editors with day to day duties and sub editing
File radio stories for SABC’s 14 PBS radio stations
Presenter on Radio 2000 (Beyond the Game)
Present Sports Wrap on SABC 1, 2 and 3 in English and Afrikaans
Scriptwriter and voice over artist for various sport programmes.

Orlando Pirates FC
Freelance Print Journalist – 2005
Compiled press releases for Orlando Pirates Football Club
MC: Coca-cola draw and Coke Cup, Finders Keepers Sunday Times, Sappi Awards
Actor: Scouts Safari, Discovery Channel – Jozi Streets Drama Series

Sandy Ngema Johannesburg
As Master (Mistress) of Ceremonies, the events at which she has presided have been as diverse as The Africa Cup of Nations (CAF), Community Builder of the Year, The S.A.M.A. Awards, Hunk of the Year, Long Service Awards functions, the SA Tourism Awards and numerous other State and corporate functions.

Sandy joined Barry Ronge as co-presenter of the new-look “Screenplay” on SABC TV3.

Sean Wisedale Durban
What our clients are saying:
“Your presentation was undoubtedly the highlight of the proceedings and I have no doubt that it was your name on the invitation that attracted a record attendance to this year’s event! Your achievement can only be marvelled at and your unassuming manner only magnifies this incredible accomplishment” - Herman Schoeman, MANAGING DIRECTOR, Guardrisk Insurance

“10/10. Fantastic. I would recommend Sean anytime” – Eddie Bisset, CEO, Herbex

“The audience response was very positive. My perception was that they found the presentation interesting and inspirational. From the questions and interactive session afterwards, it appeared that most people followed the presentation closely. His delivery style with visuals worked well and kept the interest throughout the presentation”. - Ian Tennant CEO, MultiChoice Africa Ltd, sub- Saharan Africa

Excellent! They haven’t stopped talking about it – the audience was entranced. Such a lovely, charming guy. – Paddy Hatfield, The Country Club, Johannesburg

“He was a great speaker and very motivational with out being showy and over the top as some motivational speakers are” – Sarah Hallas, o/b/o MSD

“Sean is a very interesting and engaging speaker. He is passionate and this is quite apparent in his talk and it certainly draws people to him”. - Whalley & Associates o/b/o the Engineers on the Nelson Mandela Bridge.

Tony Blewitt Johannesburg
For over four years, Tony hosted the highly popular PM drive show on 94.7 Highveld Stereo, after which he joined Classic fm to anchor the audience-catching Afternoon Drive and in August 2004, Tony assumed the mantle of the show’s biggest daily programme, “Classic Breakfast”.

Tony’s foray onto “the box” has included presentation for Revue Plus, Blewitt’s Music Biz Quiz and Blewitt’s Movie Biz Quiz on SABC TV; 2 Grammies specials on M-Net; “Where In The World Is Tony?” on SABC and “What a Lovely Pair on M-Net”

Tony Ndoro Johannesburg
MNet’s Supersport then made him an offer in 2000 and as did 5 fm, where he anchored “Sport on 5: with Gareth Cliff on the PM drive); he also co-hosted the World Chart Show and the Sunday nights Billboard chart show.

Now on Supersport, his expertise lies in rugby and athletics, but he has a good general interest “in most sports”.

He presents the live coverage for “All out Rugby on Sundays” and his interests include playing golf, watching rugby and all sports, nature and wild life and he is married with young daughter and son.

Tracy Going Johannesburg
A multi-award winning TV News Anchor who spent five years of her life waking up South Africa on SABC 2’s “Morning Live” and seven years with the listeners of Radio Metro and Kaya FM. Other TV shows included “One Step Beyond” (SABC 3), Business Tonight (SABC 3), The Market Report (DSTV) and the 8 o’clock News (SABC 3). Now heard on SAfm presenting “Jozi Live”.

She is a much sought after MC, Chairperson for conferences, Speaker and Corporate Video Presenter.

Ursula Stapelfeldt Johannesburg
In a nutshell, Ursula is a Broadcaster and Public Relations Consultant by trade and the world’s best aunt by choice.

She has travelled the world extensively and aims to continue doing so through her work. From special inserts on the Olympics to paragliding over the Reunion Island volcanoes and being eclipsed by Gladiators, this is her work and she does it with passion.

Vusi Thembekwayo Johannesburg
Soon after came the Absa-Rotary national speech competition; Vusi entered it and won and with it came the opportunity to compete in the Australian Top 16, which is held once every 5 years. This platform sees the top 16 speakers from all over the world battling it out for top honours – and Vusi was the youngest competitor ever to be invited to this prestigious gathering. Vusi rose to the challenge, won the competition and yet again picked-up “The Audience Favourite Speaker” prize and with it, the honour of a 3-week speaking tour of Australia.

His personal highlights include having given an address to the Australian Houses of Parliament and meeting the Australian Prime Minister, John Howard; speaking at the British House of Commons and meeting former President Nelson Mandela. Vusi is a black-belt martial arts exponent (for two consecutive years a national champion) and he holds national colours in public speaking, music and debating.

Today, Vusi inspires his audiences by sharing his own story of hope, "From Street to Schweet " which drives those who hear him to raise their own sights. His satisfied clients include: Syfrets Private Bank; Rotary, Homenet and Nedbank.

Vuyo Mbuli Johannesburg
Vuyo has become one of our most popular broadcasting personalities, co-anchoring Morning Live on SABC 2 with Leanne Manas. In addition, he hosts “The Vuyo Mbuli Show” daily from 09h00 – 12h00 on SAfm.

Vuyo adds a warm and professional MC’s touch to any event.

Xola Ntshinga Johannesburg
Fortunate enough to have been awarded a place at the Drakensberg Boys' Choir School at 9 years of age, he discovered and maintains a deep interest in music and the Performance Arts.

He has also appeared in a number of TV commercials including those for Castle Lager’s ‘Africa Cup of Nations’, for Guinness (North & West Africa) and for Nik Naks.

He is heard daily on Talk Radio 702, from 04h00 – 06h00. He also anchors the Conservation Show on Sundays from 16:00 - 19:00. Some of his notable interviews have been with Brian van Rooyen (SA Rugby Chief), former President FW de Klerk, Minister of Social Services, Mr Zola Skweyiya and Major General Bantu Holomisa.

He can also be heard on several ‘in-store’ music radio stations

Zuraida Jardine Johannesburg
Zee's background in journalism is an added bonus to the field of broadcasting as her knowledge and experience lends to her deep-seated understanding of the responsibilities that go with the job. She also finds radio the ideal medium in which to express her sense of individuality. "Being on radio allows you to be you", comments Zee, "and there is nothing nicer than just being yourself- what more can you ask for?" and that is exactly what her audience relates too, and what makes her so uniquely special!

Getting a taste of acting in the CNN drama documentary “Water World 2020”, “Die Lied Van Die Lapop” on SABC, the MNET short film “Black Sushi”, and most recently, the powerfully moving and internationally acclaimed stage production of the, “Vagina Monologues”, we are sure to see more magic unfold from Zee… not to mention her gorgeous “Bette Davis Eyes” sparkling in PJ Powers music video…

Zuraida’s clients on the MC front include: Cell C, Samsung, The Loeries, Crystal and DSTV Awards and Discovery Health.