“An image is a moment in time when everything appears as though perfect”. In this episode, Bongani explores photography as an art form. He is joined by photographer and visual artist Anthony Bila, and Austin Malema – esteemed young creatives. They also explore the intricacies of diversity, race and merit vs friendship in business deals.

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Bongani is joined in studio by Regional Vice President (Africa) of The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Badibanga Promesse, to discuss how the lack of “capability” in leadership has negatively affected the state of the nation. They also discuss strategies to help move the country in the direction of “capability” – that creates value which is quantifiable and sustainable.

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Students from the Imfundo Secondary School in Fochville came together to share their views on topics that are close to their hearts – parents’ lack of involvement in their children’s education, substance abuse in students and parents, and gangsterism… which all are challenges to these students. Hosted by Bongani Tau.

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Often enough teaching and learning in typical high schools is rendered ineffective by lack of resources. Some schools like Randfontein High School, however, have worked hard to go against this. Bongani sits with the learners and teacher of the school to talk about innovative solutions the school has put in place to curb the challenges and optimise their teaching methods. Brought to you by Sibanye.

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Often high school learners are tasked with heavy loads of work to get through, over and above complex subject topics they need to master from the syllabus. Very little emphasis is placed on the pupil’s emotional and otherwise wellbeing. Bongani Tau and the learners at TM Letlhake Secondary School delve into some of the personal issues learners deal with. These span from child headed families to the effects of unemployment on the learners.

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September is International Literacy Month and READ Educational Trust has a lot of news to share! The YLP team chats to READ representative, Lizelle Langford, about READ’s commitment to promoting literacy, their new projects and this year’s Readathon Red Reading Box… as well as how members of the public can support their efforts.

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Does the African narrative need to be rewritten? By who and what for? YLP chats to the award-winning social entrepreneur, producer, TV host and recent Mandela Washington Fellow, Gilmore Tee, about his time in Washington and how it led him to believing that something needs to change about how Africans tell their stories.

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Going against the trends at 22 to start up your own business, handing out flyers on the streets and how sustainable leading is more important than anything else. The team chats to CEO of iLearn, Richard Rayne, about all of this and more!

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Married, career and family-oriented women also have a great deal to offer societal developments – the YLP team speaks to Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa Finalist, Reevana Govender, about this and her journey to making it as a finalist.

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The YLP team chats to Nurayn Ismail, a Miss Earth South Africa 2017 finalist, about her thoughts on the programme, the prison inmate initiative she has started, her thoughts on a faceless pageant and more!

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