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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Teboho speaks to beautiful and powerful lionesses who are doing amazing things for themselves in their respective fields. They’ve gone beyond their boundaries to achieve greatness and are playing their part in improving the community. These lionesses are Lesego Mashishi-Matlela – who’s a soldier turned businesswoman, Tumi Sibanda – attorney turned author/coach, and Mpumi Nobiva – Oprah Winfrey’s mentee turned activist.

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The services industry globally and in South Africa continues to evolve, shaped by the so-called 4th Industrial Revolution – a technology revolution, a new South Africa 23 years post the dawn of democracy, where legal risk is increasing and changing, and an increasingly borderless business world. These themes fundamentally alter the way we live, work and relate to each other as professionals. Joining Teboho Mafodi in studio is the Deloitte Legal Director Dean Chivers, and the globally renowned futurist and co-author Daniel Susskind. They discuss the above themes and look at recent trends impacting the various professions and businesses across the world.

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Township street culture is a fast-growing entrepreneurship trend taking place across various parts of South Africa. Teboho Mafodi and Bulelani are joined live in studio by food entrepreneurs doing it for themselves.

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Shared value is a management strategy in which companies find business opportunities in social problems. Sharing that information is key with others, so Teboho Mafodi talks about shared entrepreneurship information. Joining him in studio is Njabulo Ndaba – Managing Director of Lady in Waiting Live magazine and an architect by profession, Andile Makaring, Zimkita Twantwa and Matshidiso Ramatse from The Hookup Dinner.

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Live from Mediatech Africa 2017. The team talks about South Africa’s largest money and investment expo, with more than 3,000 registered guests for their 2016 event. It brought together entrepreneurs, asset managers, analysts, stockbrokers, property moguls and other individuals who are serious about taking control of their money, and this time around they are back and even better.

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Socio-economic circumstances and wealth levels differ markedly across provinces, as do economic drivers. Consequently, demand for and supply of housing differs across regions, leading to an uneven performance in property prices. Joining the discussion with Teboho Mafodi is Standard Bank economist, Siphamandla Mkhwanazi and Moneyweb journalist Ray Makhaka, to have this discussion around opportunities in housing across different markets being townships, suburbs and high end.

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July is Savings Month so the team speaks to saving and investment expert Ms Palesa Lengolo from Palengo Holdings. She shares the importance of investment/financial education and how to start investing. Ms Jayshree Naidoo from Standard Bank Incubator joins to talk about how they are involved in saving and encouraging the spirit of entrepreneurship with the youth and women. Lebo Maleke from the UK, who is passionate about saving, adds her thoughts.

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