with busi­ness­man and en­ter­tainer Thu­lani Koy­ana


Ques­tion: Tell us about your oc­cu­pa­tion?

An­swer: I am a busi­ness­man and a full-time en­ter­tainer.

What in­spires you?

A: The rich his­tory of my home town of Ko­mani is my ev­ery­day in­spi­ra­tion and the chal­lenges it faces daily are my mo­ti­va­tion.

What would you still like to achieve in your life?

A: To be a mul­ti­mil­lion­aire and cre­ate op­por­tu­ni­ties for the youth, es­pe­cially the black youth.

Best book ever read?

A: Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki.

If you were to be the mayor for a day, what would you do?

A: I would em­ploy not just qual­i­fied peo­ple, but pas­sion­ate peo­ple to de­liver ser­vices to the peo­ple.

What do fam­ily and friends mean to you?

A: Fam­ily and friends are my daily lessons. Each day is a test to the vi­sion we have set to­gether.

What is your mes­sage to young peo­ple?

A: God gave us all tal­ents, the only tool we can use for a bet­ter life, so in­vest in your tal­ent.

Q: Would you con­sider your­self to be proudly South African and why?

A: Yes, I am proudly South African be­cause it made me the man that I am to­day.

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