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The youngest of nine children, Vivian Reddy was initially destined for the teaching profession, but a chance

encounter with an electrician changed the course of his future. “I was one of the very first persons of colour who managed to get an apprenticeship in the electrical industry in the mid 1970s. There were many injustices, many opportunities to get bitter and disillusioned, but I was convinced that with hard work and perseverance, I would achieve my dreams, so I refused to give up,” he says. ‘Reddy’s Electrical’ was formed in the back of a bakkie, with only R500 in pocket.”

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