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If there’s a few things Mzansi youth is known for, it’s their talent, creative flair, and ability to embrace what makes them unique. That doesn’t mean they don’t have any challenges, but their ambition and hustle to overcome these challenges and make things happen is far greater than any obstacles in front of them.

NikNaks is calling on the next generation of visual artists, musicians, designers, and “hustla’s” who make things happen to showcase their talents!

From how they speak, walk, dress, how they hustle, innovate, and create. Mzansi youth has an effortless ability to add flair to all that they do. They have a distinct spirit that makes them truly original and NikNaks wants them to showcase what makes them unique!

“#OwnYourNak is about celebrating the creativity of Mzansi’s youth. We want to recognize our youth by rewarding their unique expression of what #OwnYourNak means to them. Our aim is to celebrate the fun and creative ways Mzansi youth is showcasing their unique identity” comments Tongase Dhlakama, Marketing Lead, NikNaks South Africa.

For a chance to be 1 of 4 lucky winners of R10 000, simply upload a 45-second video on TikTok showcasing how you #OwnYourNak and describe how the prize would help you to level up your Nak. Don’t forget to Include #OwnYourNak and tag @NikNaksSA and @YFM, for your entry to qualify.

Will you be top of the #OwnYourNak: Class of 2022?

Competition open now until 25 November 2022 – midnight. For Ts&Cs visit:

This post and content is sponsored, written and provided by Nik Naks.


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