05.01.21 Pt 1 - The team tackles the question of how to let everyone know you’re an unhappy homophobe in an environment with 'too much gayness’ - options include email, voicenote or just burning people at the stake. There’s also a discussion about whether repairing family relations can also help your personal life in the bigger picture.

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2020 was a year that no one could have predicted. Plagued by the Coronavirus and subsequent disruptions to our daily lives and the global economy, it was extremely difficult to stay on course. In this season finale, Waterfall Management Company’s CEO Willie Vos, and CEO of Attacq, Melt Hamman, look back at how world-class business leadership, unwavering passion and careful planning allowed Waterfall to not only endure, but to accomplish incredible things despite the pandemic. They also look at what lies ahead in 2021.

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What drives entrepreneurship? Often, the perception is that you cannot build a world class business unless you live in places like Silicon Valley or Stockholm; but after settling in South Africa in 2005, Thomas Pays became a serial entrepreneur, and created Ozow in the process. His latest brainchild aligns the unique African business landscape with global commerce needs, and aims to dismantle barriers between the two - before they even come up. It has been said that the art of business is helping people, and Ozow does just that. Made in France, perfected in Africa: Thomas Pays, CEO of Ozow Pays. Brought to you by Ozow.

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18.12.20 Pt 2 - The team ponders what it would be like to be able to take a photo of anywhere on Earth at any time in history. If people saw your day-to-day activity, how bored would they be? Tom Cruise has gone wild on the set of his latest film, and it's sensational listening. Finally, imagine this: you’re in your 40’s, and your parents throw away your pornography collection. Are you entitled to be upset?

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The 'gig economy' has been millennials’ buzz term for a while now, but that’s evolved into micro-jobbing - and Ladder is the killer app. Similar in concept to a ride hailing app, but for the artisanal tasks that need to be done around the home, Ladder is a platform for the casual labour market to connect to customers in an accredited, safe space. For more information For more information click here. Brought to you by Ozow.

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The Covid-19 lockdown has not been kind to traditional retail, but in the new normal, the biker lifestyle sector of fashion has a new company which is fusing the functional and the fashionable attire of motorbiking enthusiasts. Natty Biker Streetwear is the product of the forward thinking motorbike lifestyle lover, Unathi Mthangayi. A modern brand for the ever modernising biker scene. For more information click here. Brought to you by Ozow.

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21st Century life is demanding; even without the burden of a global pandemic, daily stresses mean personal health often takes the backseat as we raise families and attempt to maintain professional and personal relationships. To help people keep a healthy balance, dietician Stephanie Joyner started a meal prep and delivery business called TasteBox. Healthy food doesn't have to cost a fortune, and if you want your portions sliced, diced and spiced, this is your dream come true. For more details click here. Brought to you by Ozow.

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Brick and mortar retail has been strongly affected by the global pandemic which we are in, but some businesses have managed to survive. Bathu Shoes is the brainchild of Theo Baloyi, which he started in a garage in a township. Sneaker culture is exploding in South Africa and there is no more fashionable and quality-driven brand than this. Theo details how he has managed to keep his business afloat in lockdown, and how he has been able to sell his shoes at a competitive price point. Brought to you by Ozow.

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Manuel Rodrigues, CFO of African Operations and MD of Escolha Do Povo (EDP) Mozambique, has been announced as the overall winner of the 2020 Top 35-under-35 chartered accountants [CA(SA)] award. The 34-year-old always wanted to change the world but realised soon enough it’s not about the world as a whole, but rather about growth in small underprivileged communities. He therefore changed his philosophy of changing the world to changing their world, and he has certainly succeeded...

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Morné Basson is die verpersoonliking van ‘n ‘Klipkouer'. En, die ideale persooon om 72km/dag fiets te trap vir 72 opeenvolgende dae. Dit doen Morné ter ondersteuning van The Character Company, wat mentorskap aanbied vir jong seuns wat grootword met ‘n afwesige pa. Morné is ‘n merkwaardige langasem, en het al 72 marathons afgelê, op ‘n trapmeul, ter bewusmaking van motorneuronsiekte, en in 2015 selfs die Comrades voltooi op ‘n passasierskip in Alaska...

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