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SA’s first individually black-owned coffee brand

Written by: Sithandwa Ngwetsheni

Sihle Magubane is the founder of Sihle’s Brew, South Africa’s first individually black-owned coffee brand. He started his business because he just loves coffee.

Magubane became a breadwinner for his siblings when he was just 16 years old and made money working as a gardener, but he never gave up on his dream.

I have made this out of love.

Sihle Magubane

He was given an opportunity to be trained at no cost,ever since then he has never looked back.He has made it a point to give back.Magubane has put the training of other young people at the center of his business

Giving back came from being a sole breadwinner at home.If I have an opportunity to help someone else that makes me happy.

Sihle Magubane

Magubane is proof that despite adversity you can be still make a success of your life. Magubane believes in setting goals and working towards them every step at a time.

Everyday I set myself a goal

Sihle Magubane

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