It’s all about the post-elections analysis from a youth perspective… the guys look at the election experience and impact on young people, and the level of voting participation. Is voting still a highly regarded exercise, and if not, what needs to be done to involve the youth?

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The team looks at the need for South African youth to be involved and be active participants in South Africa’s political discourses, in order to be the voices and agents of change they see themselves to be. Don’t miss this dose of inspiration!

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How do you pull off a showstopper event with ZERO budget? #YLS2016 is going to be exactly that! The guys from Unplugged & InCharge go behind-the-scenes on how the Young Leaders Seminar is being put together. This is pure hustle!

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So you don’t have life all figured out yet? Well, you’re not alone… and the good news is that your first attempt might not be your best. Simphiwe and Weza share how they’ve changed lifetime career goals more than four times, so there is hope for us after all! So what’s the formula? Find out here.

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The Young Leaders Seminar ‘Celebrity Edition’ is just around the corner… what can you expect this year, and who are these celebrities? Did you know Motivation Million is about to go ‘Gold’ by the end of the show? Listen in on the conversations with our tribe of superstar leaders.

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The guys talk about the recent Pretoria uprising, resulting in multiple buses, trucks and infrastructure burning to the ground. The glimmer of hope is people like Nimrod Mabena from Atteridgeville, who is hosting an event in Midrand to honour young academics. The guest list will feature the likes of the MEC of Education, soccer stars and leaders in business.

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Baba Barney is an ANC veteran who was at the 1976 Soweto uprising – he tells the team about the experience from his perspective. Directors of Siyabangena Seminars, Sine and Sbu, also join the discussion.

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One of the shortest, impactful, and inspiring shows focused on the future of South Africa. For the youth, by the youth, building the future of the South Africa we believe in! Featuring Dene Botha from Pride Factor.

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The show kicks off the historical month with Elias Masilela and Zamo Bubu on ‘Number 43’ – a book and an event on memories that bring South Africa and Swaziland together.

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