Dr S’thembile Ngidi made history when she graduated from the College of Medicine South Africa as KwaZulu-Natal’s first-ever black female oncologist.
SA’s first black female pilot proves the sky’s the limit.
Twenty years ago, Asnath Mahapa had never even set foot in an aeroplane. But she was determined to beat the odds and today, as South Africa’s first black woman commercial pilot, she flies for SAA and has established her own aviation school east of Johannesburg.
So you want to be a chef and restaurateur? Chef Reuben Riffel speaks to Post Matric about what it takes to achieve success.
Golden-voiced South African soprano Pretty Yende is the toast of the global opera scene – but at heart she remains a small-town girl living out her big dream.
Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan is a scientist, mother and leader in her field. Her daunting list of accolades include Anusuya being named South Africa’s Woman of the Year in 2005 (she nabbed the Science and Technology category and was overall winner), and the Department of...
Against the odds, former township kid Luvo Ntezo put in hard slog, learnt new skills and was eventually rewarded with a couple of lucky breaks. Kim Maxwell follows the career path of this hotel wine sommelier.
How a young man from humble beginnings made his way from forklift driver to advocate.
Nomahlubi Simamane, the founder of one of SA’s most dynamic SMEs, believes entrepreneurship will be the country’s saving grace.
DJ Fresh speaks about making a career out of something you love. He’s driven, passionate about radio and a likeable guy.
Some people are living proof that education is the key to life, and Zubeida Desai is one of them.
Randall Abrahams insists that success should be measured in results, not in tabloid headlines – and advises ‘just getting on with it’ when faced with a daunting challenge.