Businesses have a go with 30 seconds to promo on-air

What business owner would pass up an opportunity to advertise their products or services on a national radio platform?

While some knew exactly what to say to maximise the opportunity, others stumbled and ran out of time.

702/Cape Talk's Koketso Sachane gave listeners an opportunity of a lifetime for their businesses on Entrepreneur Corner.

Listen to the clip below for more:


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