Couples, fashion, authenticity - how SA content creator grew her social following in less than a year

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Kuhle Jita Mayikana and her husband Lee. Photo: Kuhle Jita Mayikana/Instsagram
Kuhle Jita Mayikana and her husband Lee. Photo: Kuhle Jita Mayikana/Instsagram

Explaining how she started her YouTube channel, Kuhle says, "I only post on my [Instagram] stories, so people don't get to see everything. I wanted them to see everything that I'm doing in terms of fitness and my eating plans and my nutrition in detail so I decided to open a YouTube account where I can upload long videos."

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After six months of efforts to grow her community, Kuhle's channel now sits at 6 900 subscribers and 196 000 views.  

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