African Legacy Project

Sunday 4 February 11.30

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African Legacy Project

Next transmissions on tv

  1. Sunday 4 February at 11.30

    Swaady Martin, Ivory Coast (E01 - S01)

  2. Thursday 8 February at 05.10

    Swaady Martin, Ivory Coast (E01 - S01)

  3. Sunday 11 February at 11.30

    Oke Maduewesi, Nigeria (E04 - S01)

Synopsis

African Legacy Project, is a 10 part documentary series that profiles some of Africa’s leading entrepreneurs.

Episodes

Season 1
  • 1

    Swaady Martin, Ivory Coast

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    Widely known as Africa’s Queen of Luxury. Founder and CEO of the Swaady Group, Swaady Martin shares her journey on how she has built world-class African products, distributed globally.

    Next Showing
    Sunday 4 February at 11.30
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    On FOX Life
    Next Showing
    Thursday 8 February at 05.10
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    On FOX Life
  • 2

    Joe Hundah, Zimbabwe

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    Joseph Hundah, President and CEO of Econet Media is a media executive who has gained a reputation as one of the greatest media executives on the continent.

  • 3

    Dr Judy Dlamini, South Africa

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    Known as one of the wealthiest woman in South Africa, Dr Judy Dlamini is a qualified medical doctor and the Chairman of Mbekani Group.

    Next Showing
    Thursday 15 February at 05.15
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    On FOX Life
  • 4

    Oke Maduewesi, Nigeria

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    Through vision, perseverance and hard work, Oke has been able to build the Zaron brand into one of the strongest and fastest growing cosmetic brand in Africa, with distribution in over seven African countries

    Next Showing
    Sunday 11 February at 11.30
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    On FOX Life
    Next Showing
    Tuesday 13 February at 05.20
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    On FOX Life
  • 5

    Gil Oved, South Africa

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    Gil Oved, is the Co-CEO of The Creative Counsel; Africa’s largest Marketing and Sales solutions company. At the age of 19, Gil started his first business - a television production company named Jewazi.

  • 6

    Renchia Dragonis, South Africa

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    Renchia owns Africology, the leading natural, eco-friendly; holistic spa and skincare company in South Africa, with its success spanning across international borders including the USA, Europe & Tanzania.

  • 7

    Candice Thurston, South Africa

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    She is the Founder and Managing Director of Candi and Co. South Africa’s first franchised ethnic hair salon that delivers world class hair-care services and products that are accessible, affordable and authentically beautiful.

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    Romeo Khumalo, Suth Africa

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    His name is synonymous with the Telecommunications industry on the African continent. Having achieved great success, Romeo was a highly successful CEO of Vodacom/Vodafone International. He is now CEO and co-founder of Washirika Holdings.

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    Amadou Gallo Fall , Senegal

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    Vice President of Development for the NBA in Johannesburg, South Africa, where he leads the NBA's efforts to develop and promote basketball in Africa.

  • 10

    Hakeem Bello-Osagie, Nigeria

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    Know as one of the richest men in Africa, with an estimated net-worth of $700 Million. Hakeem Belo-Osagie is a Nigerian businessman and philanthropist.