With October being Cyber Security Awareness Month, the question all business owners need to ask themselves is “Are you cybersure?” Cybercrime is real, and it’s on the increase. According to the Norton Cyber Security Insights Report, 84% of adults who are online in SA have already been victims of cybercrime, and a massive 74% of these have experienced cybercrime in the past year. South Africa also ranks in the top 10 on the FBI’s cybercrime predator list, which means that there’s an increasing amount of fraud being perpetrated from SA too. When an organisation falls victim to cybercrime it is exposed to a multitude of risks, which Santam Limited identified as including loss of revenue, loss of data, loss of competitive advantage, industry and regulatory fines and penalties and fraud. Talking to Teboho Mafodi about cybercrime and the risks it poses to South African businesses, is Mr Wynand van Vuuren – head of legal and claims at King Price, as well as Lunga Siyo – executive head of e-commerce at Standard Bank SA.

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South Africa is on the right track towards ensuring that all citizens have access to affordable, quality healthcare services regardless of their socio-economic circumstances. The transformation process is underway with the Government’s implementation of the National Health Insurance (NHI), a multi-billion rand scheme which seeks to radically transform South Africa’s healthcare system. Now the question is – is South Africa’s healthcare industry transformed? Teboho Mafodi and Bulelani Balabala chat to Bridget Kekana – Director at ReIntergrate Occupational Therapy Services, Dr Cwengile Gagela – Medical Doctor at Helen Joseph Hospital, Dr Thandeka Nqcobo – Medical Doctor at Mafikeng Provincial Hospital, and Nneile Nkholise – Founder of IMEDTech and an impact entrepreneur.

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Transportation and travel cannot be discussed without taking tourism into consideration, and tourism cannot thrive without travel. Transportation is an integral part of the tourism industry, it is largely due to the improvement of transportation that tourism has expanded. October is Transport Month in South Africa and it’s used to raise awareness on the important role of transport in the economy. Teboho Mafodi and Bulelani Balabala chat to Neo Mangope – founder of The Right Brain Factory – and Mpho Mache, Director of Tshuku Transport Services.

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How do you grow your sales team and get them to grow independently as a sales force? Bulelani chats to international renowned speaker and author Mr KK Diaz of A-game consultancy to answer these questions and more.

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There’s a small group of entrepreneurs who are usually committed to one successful venture. However, this type is inspired to leave something behind of lasting importance and value to their customers, industry, families, communities and loyal employees. They stand for a social cause that is bigger than they are. Looking beyond their own lives, they work to build an image and reputation of an industry, community leadership and citizenship. These types of entrepreneurs are called legacy entrepreneurs. They find meaning in creating something of significant and lasting value from their corner of the world, whereever that corner is. Busi Raphekwane, Nthabiseng Mokgosi, Pontso Hlakoane and Timothy Maurice Webster join the discussion with Bulelani Balabala.

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This show look at access to funding, markets, and business finance challenges – including BEE obligations. How are these factors impacting the real state of entrepreneurship in South Africa? Joining Teboho Mafodi in Studio to unpack these issues is Moxima Gama – Senior Technical Analyst for The Money Hub, Xoliswa Daku – CEO of DCI Holdings and Daku Group of Companies, Samke Mhlongo – Wealth Coach and Founder of TNC Wealth Partners, and Karabo Mathebula from StartUpGrind.

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South Africa needs to find new ways and wide-ranging structural reforms to boost growth and job creation, and improve inclusivity. With 54% youth unemployment and a slow growth economy, a solution that is a win-win for business and unemployed youth is a story worth telling. Joining Teboho Mafodi and Bulelani Balabala in studio are Mokete Sekgonyane from Nubikoms, Sicelo Mbonane from Township Entrepreneurs Network, and Bongi Radebe from Taste of Legends.

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There are 400 small business owners across 22 sectors in South Africa. According to previous findings by World Wide Worx, there are an estimated 650,000 small businesses in South Africa, employing around 7.8 million people. Teboho Mafodi and Bulelani Balabala are joined by Mzuzukile Soni, the CEO and founder of BrownSense – a buy-black initiative connecting black businesses owners with customers through social media and events. Young business owner Yamkela Kiviet also joins the discussion.

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‘Township economy’ refers to enterprises and markets based in the townships. Operated by township entrepreneurs to primarily meet the needs of township communities, these can be understood as ‘township enterprises’, distinguished from those operated by entrepreneurs outside the townships. In the studio with Teboho and Bulelani, Jayshree Naidoo – who is the head of Standard Bank Incubator – joins the discussion.

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Entrepreneurship activity in South Africa is improving, but still lags behind in comparison with other parts of the world. In the studio with Teboho and Bulelani is Donna Rachelson, the Group CEO of Seed Engine – including Seed Academy. She is also a Branding & Marketing specialist, author and speaker. They are also joined by KK Diaz – CEO of A-Game Business Consulting, business coach, author and also a speaker.

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