Bathu’s footprint among Africa’s top 10 most admired brands

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Theo Baloyi, born in Hammanskraal outside Pretoria, founded the company after quitting his day job as an accountant five years ago. Photo: Supplied
Theo Baloyi, born in Hammanskraal outside Pretoria, founded the company after quitting his day job as an accountant five years ago. Photo: Supplied

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Just five years in the game, the popular South African sneaker brand, Bathu, has earned itself a spot in Brand Africa 100’s Top 10 Most Admired Brands in Africa rankings.

With no footprint outside South Africa yet, it appears Bathu’s popularity is soaring remarkably locally and its presence is also being felt beyond the borders. This became apparent with the release of Brand Africa rankings last week.

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