Lerato Kgamanyane joins Siya Beyile to talk about her journey in building her company and digital brand. Lerato also shares her thoughts on whether South Africa supports and funds female digital entrepreneurs. Siya also chats to Ayanda Shabalala, an investment officer for business partners, who gives insight into why female entrepreneurs are not getting the funding they need.

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2018 breakout actor Aphiwe Mkefe talks to Siya Beyile about his journey into film and how he got into a hit TV show by chance, and debates with Siya whether South African actors are paid enough.

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Banele and Bandile – the duo behind Major League brand – talk to Siya Beyile about the business of doing events and the sacrifices needed in order to build a successful event. We are also joined by new co-hosts, DJ duo FRENZ, who speak frankly about the barriers in the music industry, and how important it is for artists to build their own platforms. Plus we announce a new resident DJ for the show.

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Siya Beyile is joined by Charmaine Ngobeni and Amanda Sibiya, who talk to about the realities of being a young black female entrepreneur in South Africa. Amanda and Charmaine hold nothing back as they talk about why most entrepreneurs fail, inappropriate men in the business field, and how their friendship has survived under the pressure of business.

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In light of the excitement around the Black Panther Movie, Siya Beyile explores if it’s possible for Africans to build luxury brands. What’s preventing us from doing so? Joined by African Marketing guru Sibahle Nyhila, Siya also explores how Africans can build their brands without losing ownership.

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Fred Kayembe talks about his journey from starting out as a 19-year-old at Aca Joe, to becoming a force behind Hype Magazine. Beyond that he talks about how as Africans we need to own our culture in order to progress beyond our struggles and challenges.

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Siya Beyile focuses on the realities of being a young entrepreneur in South Africa. He’s joined in studio by Joe and Elliot – founders of Creative Mind Space, and Khotso – founder of AMME. They break down challenges such as money, family, black tax and pondering whether or not it’s commercially viable to run a successful business in South Africa.

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Back by popular demand, Siya Beyile hosts the first instalment of #TheThreadedExchange with new co-host Anga Beyile. They are joined in studio by Mandisa Radebe, who is known in the entertainment industry as DBN Gogo. Within a year, DBN Gogo has become a reputable DJ who has gained traction not just through her DJing skills – but her ability to mix commercial and underground house music. She talks to Siya about her incredible journey and the boundaries she has broken.

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This week on the show, Siya Beyile speaks to the group of young people behind this season’s Mercedes Benz Joburg Fashion Week and how they are working to change the fashion narrative for Africa.

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Sheldon is the founder and owner of Legendary Barbers – he talks to Siya about growing his grooming empire, cutting the hair of celebrities across Africa, and how passion has driven his business through the good and the bad.

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