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It’s a doll’s life

Aug 30 2018 15:00
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The hustle to be the best you can be never stops.

For Nonhlanhla Mthethwa of Pietermaritzburg, the dream is edging closer to becoming an everyday truth, as the winner of Standard Bank’s My Fearless Next campaign.

To Nonhlanhla, the opportunity could see her company, Girlz Ink, and the African dolls they manufacture, becoming the next big thing

“My Fearless Next has provided me with a key to open the door to Girlz Ink a bit wider. I am going forward knowing that, even if I won the grand prize of a R 1 million salary for a year, I am wiser and better equipped

“I wanted to improve the range of black dolls available in South Africa



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