The team continues to celebrate distinguished women for their Women’s Month special. For the second segment, Bongani is joined by Morocco-born and South Africa-based fashion designer Loubna Combalat, who turns art into fashion and fashion into art. She also drops pearls of wisdom about her journey as a well-traveled artist.

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The team continues to celebrate distinguished women for their Women’s Month special. This week, Bongani is joined by Botswana-born and South Africa-based musician Mpho Sebina.

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In light of Women’s Month, Bongani is joined by a panel of accomplished women for an appreciation show. They look at some of the challenges women face in order to thrive in different industries and explore changes that can be implemented to allow women to succeed. Joining Bongani is Jean Chawapiwa, Liziwe Ntshweza, Boitumelo Katisi and Reneilwe Maleka.

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Has the ability to make issues trend globally on social platforms made it easier to raise awareness? Bongani investigates what activism in the digital age looks like, and whether the youth can really change the world one hashtag at a time. He is joined by Holly (editor of Cosmopolitan), Nelisa Ngqulana (MD of PR Trends), Lerato Motaung (student activist & radical feminist), Motlatsi Motseoile (founder on Grandeur) and Cathy (from SADAG).

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Bongani engages with Nic Haralambous on his new book, ‘Do.Fail.Learn.Repeat’ – a gripping story narrating the life of ‘Nic Harry’. Nic opens up about his “15 years of back-to-back failures”, business lessons and what it takes to really make it as an entrepreneur. They also talk about changing the face of retail and how retailers should be thinking about doing business…

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Bongani is joined by Hon. Ms Tasneem Motara (MP), who serves as a Permanente Delegate and a Provincial Whip of the Gauteng Province in the National Council of Provinces (NCOP), to discuss the youth unemployment rate, her duties, and what the #ThumaMina administration has in store for the youth. They are also joined by Catherine Constantinides to discuss #MandelaDay and the Power Summit.

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Bongani gets ‘sirious’ with Susan Bennett – the original voice of Siri. They talk about life lessons, leadership and choices. Susan relays her life story and how she became “accidentally famous” – being the voice of Siri and all. They also play a quick-fire trivia which Susan answers in her ‘Siri voice’. It’s a YLP tell-all exclusive!

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Bongani is joined by mother and CEO, Mpotseng Lebentlele. They speak about work-life balance and how Mpotseng juggles being a mom, running a business, and meeting the demands of a full-time job all at once.

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Bongani is joined by Siya Khumalo, author of ‘You Have To Be Gay To Know God’. They discuss religion, sex and politics. Singer-songwriter Moonchild Sanelly also drops by to chat about her music career, women empowerment and touring Europe.

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Bongani is joined today by South African rapper & poet Sho Madjozi to talk all things Identity and Originality. They also reflect on her past and how it’s shaped who she is; “Sho Madjozi” as a creative outlet & a persona to reflect the times in an artistic way. FAKA joins the conversation live from Berlin to chat about their song played at the Versace s/s 19 by Donatella Versace and touring Europe.

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