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If you believe that your personal journey is an inspirational one that many others can draw lessons from and be fueled by, then Making Moves invites you to be featured on national television and also offers you a profiling opportunity to potential new customers. Your story needs to be inspirational and we hope that through sharing the steps you’ve taken to create your own business, viewers will be inspired to do the same.

Making Moves is targeted at the 18 – 35 year old viewing audience and is SABC 1’s premium entrepreneurship show. We invite you to participate in our Money In The Bank series and show the nation the great work you are doing in your business and on your journey as a leader in South Africa!

Does your company criterion speak to the bulletins below?

  1. Allow the Making Moves research team to meet and interview you regarding your business.
  2. Business needs to be registered for at least a year and be able to provide your company CIPC documents.
  3. Business needs to be operating for at least a year with staff members.
  4. Allow 4 days in your schedule for our production team and presenters to spend time with you at your business.
  5. Be able to provide us with business finance.
  6. The entrepreneur should be working in the business full time.

We also offer you as part of your participation with Making Moves, a business coaching session and business support from Making Moves.

The Money In The Bank series will follow 13 start-up entrepreneurs (in 13 episodes) who will compete for a R50 000 cash prize, the 14th episode will be deliberation and envelope delivery, 15th episode will be our finale- where the winner TAKES ALL!

If you think you've got what it takes and you meet the criteria listed above, send your business profile to


Bokang Letshele won the last instalment of our Money In The Bank series. She owns Dabomat Wheelballance, a small mechanic business based in Winterveld which offers special services on cars such as wheel alignment, wheel balancing, trey change, minor services, suspension repairs and mechanic services. She needed the money to build a permanent structure which would help her team take on advanced jobs that require cars to stay overnight in the workshop.