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Thando Ncube is an actuary by day.
However, his true love is the e-commerce start-up KaryKase, which he founded.
KaryKase is an online bag and luggage retailer that sells quality local and international brands.
...The number one thing for us is to have South Africans check out our website and, if they like what they see, buy from us. We would love feedback from customers, mentors or anyone else on how they would like us to improve our service...— Thando Ncube, CEO - KaryKase
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