Zone in with Simphiwe Petros and Weza Matomane as they discuss the importance and value of being young, free and relevant. They are joined in studio by Selebogo ‘Dr Lifesgud’ Molefe from Lifesgud Global Investments. They explore the avenues and opportunities that young people have today – looking at innovative efforts/ideas by South African youth to fight the scourge of the high unemployment rate.

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12 April 2017 marked the day in South Africa where opposition parties took to the streets to step up their campaign to have President Jacob Zuma removed from office, with a National Day of Action. Simphiwe Petros and Weza Matomane reflect on the day. They ask questions like, what does it mean for you as a South African citizen? What are some of the negative effects on our democratic, political and economic spectrum? What does this all mean for the South African youth? They are also joined by Adewale Adejumo to find out how to start an international online company from your bedroom.

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Vaughn and Lesego share tips on having a healthy lifestyle. In society, there’s a greater need to be healthy – from going to the gym, to having eating well, and more. Dietician Andrea du Plessis joins the team to talk about maintaining a healthy lifestyle in our fast-paced daily life.

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Join Weza and Vaughn as they discuss social entrepreneurship geared to teach young people about wealth creation. They are also joined by Mic Mann from Mann Made Media who shares the innovative and creative side about the Global Impact Challenge (GIC) – a challenge open to innovators, entrepreneurs, scientists, and technologists. Don’t miss this powerful, informative and inspiring podcast.

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Join Weza Matomane and Lesego Maphanga as they reflect on one of South Africa’s important public holidays, Human Rights Day. They are joined in studio by Candice Mama to discuss the meaning of the day – how is it significant and what does it mean for South Africans? They also ask: What are you doing to contribute to South Africa’s well-being in being a responsible citizen?

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It’s not the most talented who win, it’s the most relentless. Join Simphiwe Petros and Vaughn as they give you a dose of how you can be persistent towards your goals. What do you do when life doesn’t play along? How do you bounce back? They are joined in studio by DJ Le Soul – a young lady doing it for herself in entertainment.

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Join Weza and Simphiwe as they talk tricks and ways you can create a bright future for yourself. They are joined in studio by Sibusiso Sgwane from Dream of Life Africa NPO to talk about some of the work they do to uplift disadvantaged communities, by empowering the youth through various opportunities.

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There’s an old saying that goes “if you can’t build with them, don’t chill with them”. Vaughn discusses the need to have the right people around you to maintain and sustain motivation. Lehlohonolo Thoabala, Chuene Mapoulo, and Derrick Mapoulo also join the show to discuss millennials in the workplace.

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What would you do if you were the President? Simphiwe is joined by William Moyses and Nolo Mokoena as they discuss various youth leadership topics centred on passion, purpose and prosperity.

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As President Jacob Zuma prepared to give his annual State of the Nation Address, chaos broke out and certain parties decided to leave due to political tensions and differences. In light of this, the guys tackle the topic of leadership. Is leadership a downtrodden phenomenon? Does it still exist? What are some negative impacts caused by recent parliamentary political debates? Then, Jabu from the Student Business Council chats about their NPO and the work they do.

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