Ishaarah Arnold is a Capetonian graphic designer and illustrator who took a four year break from the Mother City in 2011 when she went to study a BA in Visual Communications Design at the University of Stellenbosch. She talks to Arye Kellman about what it means to be a young creative and what she experienced at Design Indaba.

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Innocent Mukheli, Justice Mukheli and Vuyo Mpantsha are a trio from Soweto who portray South Africa as they see it. They Talk to Arye Kellman about the amazing work they are doing as 'I See A Different You', what it means to them to be creative and what South Africans can learn from what they are doing.

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Gabriella Brondani Rego is the founder of Urban Espresso which is a boutique PR agency. She is also a partner and head of PR at CN&CO which is a lifestyle business with a focus on people and brands. She talks to Arye Kellman about Public Relations and how and why she got into it, what people need to be aware of when getting into this industry and if there is such a thing as bad PR.

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ELO who was born Lerato Sellane is a Soweto born singer and songwriter. She first found her voice performing in her church choir when she was much younger. She talks to Arye Kellman about what she enjoys in terms of the music industry, what her plans for 2016 are and what she has been exposed to as an artist.

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Kelly Jackson is the General Manager of Contiki in South Africa who recently celebrated eight years with the brand. When she is not exploring the world, meeting new people and indulging in amazing cuisines abroad, she enjoys running as a hobby. She talks to Arye Kellman about the magic of travel and where in the world she has been.

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Ronen Aires is an entrepreneur, youth specialist, public speaker and general lover of life. He is also the founder and CEO of Student Village which is a business that has earned acclaim as one of the country’s most successful student marketing and graduate development specialists. He talks to Arye Kellman about what Afrilenials are, how he left corporate 11 years ago, as well as how he started Student Village before the rise of social media.

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Good friend of the show, Retti Ramaphakela and her two brothers Katleho and Tshepo Ramaphakela join Arye Kellman to talk about their production company 'Burnt Onion' and the web series they have just launched. They also speak about what it's like working with siblings and who gets a say in what.

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Creative Director and Founding Partner of the stage and production design agency 'Formative', Grant Orchard, talks to Arye Kellman from his home in Cape Town. In a very interesting discussion, Grant takes Arye into his world of putting a stage production like the Metro FM Awards, or a Hip-Hop concert in an arena together, and how important it is for everyone to work as a team during a production.

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Mpho Ntlatleng is a young creative who is a lover of fashion and all feel good things. She is doing her second year in Information Management at the University of Johannesburg. Her love for fashion started at an early age as she was influenced by her mother’s flair for fashion and her skill in front of a sewing machine. Jonathan Sinclair taps into the mind of this young creative.

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Sydney Mbhele – Executive head: Group marketing at Nedbank, chats to Arye Kellman at Design Indaba 2016 in Cape Town. Together they talk about his extensive and exciting career in banking and how he has taken this already huge brand to even greater heights with his insight and passion for business.

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