We stand on the brink of a transformational revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. In its scale, scope, and complexity, the transformation will be unlike anything we have experienced before as South Africa.

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Earlier last year, Statistics South Africa released the latest results of its Quarterly Labour Force Survey for the first quarter of 2017, which showed that, apart from the overall unemployment rate reaching a 13 year high of 27,7%, the youth (ages 15 – 34 years) unemployment rate also increased to 38,6%.

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The 2017 Women in Business Report released on International Women’s Day (8 March) states that only 28% of senior management roles in South Africa are held by women. The report reveals it is still most common for senior women to be in supporting roles, particularly as human resources directors or chief financial officers.

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Due to the improved political and economic sentiment, the recent interest rate cut and the improved outlook for economic growth, there is evidence of affordable areas in South Africa’s economic heartland. South Africa is fortunate in that it has a young, growing population which has yet to enter the housing market. Our guests in studio are Tebogo Molefe (Founder of First Class Property SA), Leroy Slava (Director of Property Pick), Buhle Gumede (Co-Founder of Africa Pure Property), and Thandeka Nombanjinji (Investment Partner at Vital Property Group).

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The Township Entrepreneurship Awards are an initiative by the Gauteng Department of Economic Development to celebrate, recognise and reward entrepreneurial talent in the townships. The guests in studio are GEP Acting CEO Ms Leah Manenzhe, 2018 Judge Dr Jabulile Msimango Galawe, 2018 Nominee Wandile Ndaba, as well as Ms Puleng Molebatsi.

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It might sound glamorous but the entertainment business is not all fun and games… there is a lot of hard work that goes on behind the scenes. In studio, Tristan Kaatze and Siphesihle Losi share stories from their respective industries.

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The Professional Haircare Market SA 2010 report found that the “ethnic African segment is the single largest consumer group and this market has the most potential”. Black consumers spend up to six times more than their white counterparts when it comes to haircare. It’s a fact: black haircare is big business.

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Women and girls have been getting attention and consideration as they are seen as more vulnerable to abuse and attacks, as well as being less privileged. What this world order fails to grasp is the fact that the boy child has the same or worse challenges as girls have. Campaigns to save the girl child are prevalent and dominate the social discourse.

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More than half of the South Africans who run their own businesses are youth, according to the Real State of Entrepreneurship Survey 2017. Its findings also showed that the gap between male and female entrepreneurs was closing, with the latter now making up 47% of entrepreneurs. What skills can local youth be taught, in order to improve their appetite for entrepreneurship? We also catch up with Keri-Leigh Paschal from Nation Builder, about their Social Innovation Challenge.

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Enterprise development involves the growing of small and medium-sized black businesses through the provision of finance and support, assisting in their business development and sustainability. Many corporates have climbed on the bandwagon to help small businesses achieve their goals and objectives to ensure all their needs are met…

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