Creativity or what we call “Business Unusual” is a clear winning formula in business. Teboho Mafodi explores creative business concepts he has been exposed to in Israel and Palestine…

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Teboho Mafodi looks at the retail sector in Africa and explores how the size of the African market has more than doubled in the last 10 years. He investigates the various factors driving this growth. Joining him is Derek Engelbrecht, Africa sector Leader for the Consumer & Retail division at Ernst & Young as well as Prof. Soni from Regent Business School.

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Teboho Mafodi asks “is Africa really open for business?” His guest co-hosts is New York based US Forbes correspondant Ms Farai Gundan.  There’s a growing interest on the part of the global investment and development community in what Africa has to offer, not only in terms of natural resources, but also from an expanding trade, […]

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Teboho Mafodi and his guest co-host Portia Tapfumaneyi look at all the factors that contribute to business image and why image can make or break your business. Joining the discussion is Celebrate U CEO Amanda Ndiki and owner of fashion label Deja Vu, Funeka.

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Teboho Mafodi looks at what value, if any, a business can get from investing in the development of its number one asset – its employees. In a market flooded by all sorts of organisations offering leadership coaching and training, how does one go about separating the good from the bad? Is leadership coaching a trend […]

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Together with guest co-host Lupi Ngcayisa, Teboho Mafodi puts the focus on small business by looking at what corporates are doing to help South African entrepreneurs, they also touch on some of the frustrations faced by these entrepreneurs. Joining in on this discussion is MEC for Local Economic Development Mr Lebohang Maile.

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Teboho Mafodi and Faith Mangope look at how young entrepreneurs are responding to the current economic state as well as how small businesses have benefited from BEE, joining them for this discussion is Trevor Tshabangu from ‘BEE Consultants’ and Xolani Qubeka.  Then the CEO of the ‘Da-Vinci Institute’, Prof Ben Anderson, provides insight into innovation […]

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  Ellis and Arnie catch up with David Wang, the VP of Huawei (Southern and Eastern African region,) at the World Economic Forum on Africa. They also have a candid conversation with Siyabonga Gama, Acting CEO of Transet. Then Charles Brewer, Managing Director DHL Express – Sub Saharan Africa talks about logistics in Africa.

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Africa is open for business! Ellis and Arnie keep us up to date with all the latest news from the continent and candid conversations with African leaders; Ajen Sita, Ebenezer Essoka and Peter Montalto.

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