'Wandi Nzimande had the skill to tell great stories', says Bathu founder Theo
Tributes continue to pour in for co-founder of popular streetwear and lifestyle brand Loxion Kulca, Wandi Nzimande.
Wandi's death was confirmed on Wednesday evening by Gauteng-based radio station Kaya FM, where he was a resident DJ for over a decade.
Mandy Wiener speaks to the founder of Bathu Shoes, Theo Baloyi about the influence Nzimande had on his life.
Wandi had the skill to tell great stories and stories that come from townships.Theo Baloyi, Founder - Bathu Shoes
When I met him three years ago, my business was very small, he taught me logistics and distributions.Theo Baloyi, Founder - Bathu Shoes
Listen to the full interview below...
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