A simple idea borne in late 2007 out of three broke guys’ need to make rent started a global revolution in the travel industry, and introduced the world to a new economy.
Charlotte has been a journalist and media practitioner for almost 20 years. She started her career as a cadet reporter at CapeTalk, has hosted shows, anchored morning news, and served as the CapeTalk News Editor.
After 8 years working as a news editor at 24-hour news channel, eNCA, she found her true passion in digital news.
Charlotte’s identified as a feminist since she was very young, and enjoys grappling with issues of social justice and economics.
With a high profile career in the corporate world and a PhD from Harvard, Shirley Zinn is living proof that grit, resilience and hard work do pay off.
When Mark Solms returned to his family-owned wine farm in Franschhoek in 2002, he began to tackle one of the most contentious issues in South Africa - land reform.
From a very junior position at Protea Hotels as a teenager, to her appointment as Sales Director in 2014, aged just 30, Dorcas Dlamini has blazed her way to the top.
It took a life-threatening accident to push Keedo founder Nelia Annandale to finally take the leap and start her own business.
Debt Rescue says over 10 million South Africans are over-indebted, with three months payments due on at least one account.
The WC High Court has temporarily put a freeze on hake fishing quotas and it will severely affect the smaller local companies.
Health and wellness expert Dr Darren Green tells parents and teachers what to look out for and shares his views on vaccines.
South Africa's top matric achiever hails from the Western Cape at Hermanus High School and scored an astonishing 98% average.