Dr Sam Motsuenyane is now 92 years old, but still as committed as ever to improving the lives of black people. Motsuenyane is regarded as one of the dozens of black business. He founded both the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the African Bank.

He was part of the negotiating process that brought democracy to South Africa.

After the historic 1994 election, he was a member of parliament for a short while before becoming the country’s ambassador to Saudi Arabia.