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Nikiwe Bikitsha

Nikiwe is one of the country's top radio and television journalists. A multi award winning journalist, she is well regarded for her exceptional sense of story telling, fearless interviewing style and diverse skills set, spanning news, politics and business. After a media career of 18 years, Nikiwe channeled her inner entrepreneur co-founding Amargi Media , a company committed to revealing the African Story in all its glory.

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Ian Fuhr has forged one of South Africa's most successful franchises with one basic philosophy: People before profit.

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