SABC2’s entrepreneurial reality show, The Big Break Legacy, has named the final 10 people who will be fighting it out for the big prize of R5-million to be pumped into their business.
Last 10 standing
The 10 remaining contestants are:
- Adele Lourens (31 from Brakenfell, Western Cape) – Green launderette
- Ifthakaar Shaik (24 from Johannesburg) – Furniture made from recyclable material
- Jared Pillai (24 from Montana in Pretoria) – Educational products for babies and young children
- Kelebogile Seleka (39 from Galeshwe, Kimberley) – Vending machines for sanitary pads in schools
- Ntokozo Biyela (36 from Durban in Kwa Zulu Natal) – Mobile unit manufacturer
- Sanele Makinane (22 from Klerksdorp in North West) – Information communications technology systems
- Teboho Mafodi (28 from Benoni in Gauteng) – Alternative green building material for homes in rural areas
- Thati Mashao (28 from Polokwane, Limpopo) – Heavy duty earth moving equipment and plant hire
- Tsepiso Makhubedu (19 from Mbombela, Nelspruit, Mpumalanga) – Publishing entrepreneurial books for children
- Zama Sibinda (25 from Bloemfontein, Free State) – Laser projection advertising
The Big Break Legacy is rescreened on Sundays on SABC1 and CNBC.
The Big Break Legacy is screened on SABC2 every Saturday night at 9pm.