Learn more about a 3-cities tour event called ‘Girl on Fire: Invoking the African Goddess’. The goal is to bring together bright minds to give talks that are idea-focused, on a wide range of subjects to foster learning, inspiration and wonder – and to provoke conversations that matter.

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Inspired Youth SA chats with Life & Business Coach and Seta Trainer, Razia Mohammed, about entrepreneurial tips and the importance of educating and developing young minds. We also engaged with serial entrepreneur, Marc Coetzee, about the various challenges the youth face and how to overcome them. Kenneth and Zareef then catch up with Chris Meintjes from Activate! about their involvement at the upcoming SA Innovation Summit in Cape Town… and how YOU can join us at the event of the year!

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Kenneth and Zareef talk with Monti Montsha, who owns a magazine which profiles talented and skilled youth who are seeking opportunities. They then get some valuable insight from a CEO who started her own business in her house and has now grown it into a success with 7 staff – of which 2 were originally unskilled and now are both certified bakers.

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The one and only Mr Riaan Fourie is in studio and he takes us through his projections as to what’s going on out there in the world of entrepreneurship. Then we speak to 17-year-old Botlhale Moholo, who is the current Miss South Africa Teen Plus Size, about why as South Africans it’s important that we support each other. Botlhale also touches on the #MeToo campaign, and she gives us some tips on how to build confidence and self worth as a young woman.

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We chat to Miss Earth SA Top 12 Finalists Nazia Wadee and Lihle Nkosie about the importance of women empowerment, their take on the #MeToo movement, and the importance of people and companies becoming more environmentally friendly. Then, Belgium College is giving away 100 bursary opportunities to study overseas, so we spoke to some students and the admissions officer on how the #InspiredYouthSA listeners can apply for this incredible opportunity.

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Zareef and Kenneth catch up with guest #InspiredYouthSA presenter, Sunil Osman, sharing his journey into the Top 50 Finalists of Mr South Africa 2018… congrats Sunil! We also chat to financial planning guru Tsungai Masendeke, who explains the concept of having good and bad debt – as well as the importance of investing now, and saving for the future.

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We are joined in studio by Lesego Motala, talking about the Unleashing your Inner Soul annual project funding conference happening at the Sandton Convention Centre. We also cover the upcoming Student Entrepreneurship Week (#SWE2018) happening in August, as well as the SA Innovation Summit at the Cape Town Stadium in September. Then Peter Dunn from #6MillionSteps talks about his journey – walking from Mexico to Canada for the CHOC Foundation.

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This week we speak to two founders about the tourism and travel industry in South Africa, and how people can enter this market. We also share some tips for young entrepreneurs, discuss the upcoming BRICS summit, and chat about where they see their business in the next five years since they already have the some of the biggest contracts in SA after just 12 months in existence.

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#InspiredYouthSA and Forbes Top 30 under 30’s Zareef Minty chats with an interesting group of individuals about their respective roles within their communities. The Youth Leadership Talk founder, Tshepo, the CEO of Native Child, Zinzy the South African YouTuber, and Louis Jr Tshakoane who has a foundation that supports entrepreneurship.

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“We are all awesome!” Hahaha. But in all seriousness, we are! Dene, Zareef and Kenneth (Team #InspiredYouthSA) have a chat (and a laugh) about Attitude, Success and Passion. They also get some valuable insight from Michelle Geel, a lady who followed her passion and turned it into the well-known SA Career Guide.

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