Pretoria teenager finds a business opportunity after TRESemmé advert saga

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A teenager looks to benefit from the mess Clicks found itself in after publishing an offensive TRESemmé hair product advert
A teenager looks to benefit from the mess Clicks found itself in after publishing an offensive TRESemmé hair product advert
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When one business door closes, another one opens and she's ready to step right through it.

A Pretoria teenager is excited about the possibility of her business going national after the outrage over the offensive TRESemmé hair product advert published on Clicks’ digital platforms this month.

Siyavuya Bandezi and her mom Nozi Rataza have started pitching Siyavuya’s hair and skin line to local commercial retailers.

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