At Heavy Chef’s end of year celebration lineup, one name that stands out from the entrepreneurs and technicians is JanuaryOne, the DJ who has taken Cape Town by storm, with residencies at some of the top clubs in South Africa. Before Heavy Chef's year end event in Cape Town, we cornered the deep thinking virtuoso to find out his thoughts on business and being an artist in South Africa.
Heavy Chef was lucky enough to get some of Ellen Fischat's time, the very first MD of Silicon Cape. Her story is fascinating, with roles around child protection and guidance, to discovering her passion for tech.
Graeme Wilson, founder and CEO of the commercial law consultancy, Whipping the Cat, believes that there is an opportunity to demystify law and make legal services more accessible to a wider range of companies.
His story is an inspiring one – one that describes Gil Oved and his childhood friend Ran Neu-Ner starting a business with nothing but a telephone and the Yellow Pages. In 2001, they founded The Creative Counsel, and 14 years later their humble two-man operation grew into the largest communications and advertising group in Africa, with an annual turnover of over R700 Million
Recruit Digital is a name that is associated with all things digital. We cornered Alex Martins, founder and managing director of Recruit Digital, and forced him to tell us how on earth he has created this niche recruitment agency is a market that is growing at a rapid pace.
The Leadership Edition. In this time of reshuffling cabinets and building walls, God knows we need some of that good stuff. Who better than Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela to show us the way. We chose Madiba for our cover, because, well, we miss him. Featuring some of Africa's top business leaders, billionaires, hundred-millionaires and newly funded startup grommets, this edition aims to inspire and empower you to get cracking with your own path to leadership.