- Mzansi record producers Master KG and Kabza De Small are doing great things and have made it to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list
- The country is super proud of the young stars for making it to the list and took to social media to show their delight with the news
- Others however, are questioning Kabza De Small and how he made it to the list because it's mostly a list of entrepreneurs
Forbes has just released their 30 Under 30 list and South Africa has a lot to celebrate because of it. Music producers Kabza De Small and Master KG have made it to the list, making Mzansi absolutely proud of them for their hard work.
This year's list was quite different because a lot of businesses have been set back by the Covid-19 pandemic. However, Kabza and Master KG have made it despite the challenges that the pandemic might have posed to them.
Mzansi is so proud of the duo and Mihlali Ndamase, who also made it to the list. The social media influencer has been taking to social media to express how proud she is of herself for making it so far. Others were shocked to see Kabza making the list.
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Check out the reactions from Mzansi social media users about the 30 Under 30 list below:
"Kabza is still below 30 as well? Wow, talk about powerful youth impact; We’re inspired."
"I love Kabza De Small but what does he manufacture? Does he own any means of manufacturing? How many staff members does he employ?"
"What industry and factory plants does Kabelo Motha own?
Other Mzansi entrepreneurs doing big things in the industry
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Nandi Madida did the most to expand her brand and invited entrepreneurs. Mzansi media personality Nandi Madida is working hard and making sure that she grows her brand even more.
Nandi has launched a new app where she will be selling a range of cosmetic products called Colourful Beauty. The media personality says that the work she is doing is specifically for businesswomen who want to shop for her latest looks online.
The app is described as an African beauty shop and marketplace. It will be going live in Women's Month in August and Nandi is super excited about it.
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