30 seconds to sell yourself on The Redi Tlhabi Show

What would you say if you had 30 seconds to attract a pool of potential new clients for your business on a radio show?

702/Cape Talk's Redi Tlhabi gave listeners an opportunity to promote their businesses and/or skills on air with the hopes on unlocking new horizons for their aspirations.

Listen to the interview below:

I'm looking to be a learner miner. It's in the blasting industry in mining, if there's a skill that I want, it's this one.

Kevin, caller in Tembisa

I'm a chemical engineering graduate from the University of Pretoria, I'm currently doing my Master. My interests are in waste and water treatment.

Litha, caller in Pretoria

I love writing... The manuscript is already written. I'm looking for a publisher and a good forward.

Mongezi, caller in Newton

We are specialise in bottled water. What makes us special is that our bottled water comes in six different colour water bottles and the bottles are reusable.

Ika, caller in Boksburg

I run an indoor carting circuit, we offer racing packages for kids parties. Number one thing for us is safety.

Richard, caller in Strydompark

I'm looking for something in media and communication. I want to write, but I'd also like to do reporting. I'm interested in general news.

Slindile, caller in Joburg

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