It’s one thing to want to pursue a career you can get a degree in that your parents don’t quite approve of, like art history or theatre arts. It’s no coincidence that both of those examples have the word ‘art’ in it. Now imagine explaining to your parents that you want to get paid to be yourself; you want to make being yourself a career; a creative career. Imagine that those parents are poor, like below the poverty line poor, and their longing wish is for you to become a lawyer or doctor, you know, something far more credible and financially viable…

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He’s had successes, failures, money, and lost it all. Matt Karpinski, MD of Everblock and founder of Uber Exposure, joins Gareth Armstrong in studio to share his insights, lessons, and more from his 20 year entrepreneurial journey.

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From a tear-stained pillow after a massive disappointment while in the UK, to the face of international cognac brand Remy Martin, Madoda Khuzwayo has done a lot, seen a lot, learned a lot, and joins Gareth Armstrong in studio to share some of his experiences with the #FutureCEOs community.

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Zone in with Simphiwe Petros and Weza Matomane as they discuss the importance and value of being young, free and relevant. They are joined in studio by Selebogo ‘Dr Lifesgud’ Molefe from Lifesgud Global Investments. They explore the avenues and opportunities that young people have today – looking at innovative efforts/ideas by South African youth to fight the scourge of the high unemployment rate.

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The team shares in the remarkable and inspirational story of Rusty Labuschagne, who was imprisoned in a Zimbabwean jail after being wrongfully accused.

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South African sporting broadcaster and Port Elizabeth heartthrob Derek Alberts joins Ben to catch up on rugby. Along with that some more Alan Jones clips and the lowdown on #FillUpPotch.

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Celebrating the magic of upcoming theatrical talent, Nathan Ro and Chatty Matty are joined by Director/Actor, Neka Da Costa (Caucasian Chalk Circle) and the casts of Hyde Park High’s IN THE HEIGHTS and Redhill School’s HAIRSPRAY.

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Ben recently discovered the gift that is Alan Jones for your enjoyment. Bill O’Reilly’s sexual harassment cases aren’t going away, Venezuela’s revolutionary weight loss solutions and then female activists Sindiswa Kaula and Nonhlanhla Dlamini from Unomkhubulwane Unearthed come into studio. People Magazine’s most beautiful woman in the world, and the start of WW3.

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Justice Malala returns with the Burning Platform brought you by Nando’s. He is fired up after being away last week, and provides a comprehensive rundown of what is happening in South Africa right now. It’s tough to keep up on it all, but with Justice you are in good hands. Some amazing new ads then lighten the tone from there.

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In a special edition of the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s, Justice Malala takes stock of what is happening in South Africa right now. The ANC and the future claims to its leadership, Nokazana Dlamini-Zuma and her VIP protection, and Malusi Gigaba’s investment tour to the US.

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