Joining Teboho Mafodi in studio this week are two entrepreneurs who are running successful businesses, but who also know the frustration of failing all too well. Ego Iwegbu is an entrepreneur and author who runs a highly successful nail boutique and cosmetic range. Maite Motsepe-Maponya is an artist and the owner of an African inspired home décor company. They discuss some of the lessons you can learn from failing, and how best to get back up. Legendary entrepreneur Reabetswe Motsepe, and pastor and entrepreneur Bruce Msidi (who is visiting SA from Zambia) also join the show.

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Christine Geldart is die eienaar van Marven Equipment, ‘n dinamiese familiebesigheid, wat bekend staan as die “Kings Of Customization”. Hulle skep allerhande mobiele gereedskaphouers volgens die klient se persoonlike behooftes. Hulle is trots op die feit dat hulle ‘n eenstopwinkel kan wees vir enigiets van mobiele werkswinkeloplossings tot brandblussers en reflektiewe band. Kom luister saam!

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You know the name, you’ve probably listened to the podcast, but here’s the chance to the hear the story behind it all. With his roots planted in Riebeeckstad, Jacques Basson studied at Free State University and has since taken the world by storm – first in the corporate world and then as an entrepreneur. His fascination with business is what has lead him to host the Klipkouers podcast, weekly conversations with African impact makers. Get to know more about him here.

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Bongani speaks to Jake Willis, a recruitment expert, to get tips on how companies can make sure young people stay longer, building a ‘millennial-friendly’ working environment, and how job seekers can find and keep jobs. Jake also shares his entrepreneurial journey and ideas for business growth.

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The month of October brought about the most volatile market we’ve seen in a while, and down the most since 2009. On company news, Famous Brands and Raubex reported interim results, Impala Platinum released a solid quarterly production report with MTN releasing their solid update. I&J and Karan beef have been implicated in collusion, while Sanlam released plans of their new BEE deal. SA unemployment was up again last quarter to 27.5%, but on a positive note, a 30c decrease in petrol price this month is something to look forward to.

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Leigh-Ann’s favourite day, Monday. The rest of the team aren’t as enthused but crack on anyway. Siya reaches out to an old flame, and it doesn’t go particularly well. South Africans’ TV watching habits, George Carlin’s final views on the world, then into your latest news and sport stories. Anthea presents the finance feature, and Siya’s positivity wraps it up from there.

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Stats SA has published its latest Quarterly Labour Force Survey results for the third quarter of the year, showing that South Africa’s unemployment rate increased marginally to 27.5%.

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Jasper Cloete is ‘n man van talle talente met ‘n betrokkenheid by ‘n verskeidenheid sakegeleenthede. Van die familieondernemings, Eagles Nest Gastehuis en Konferensie sentrum in Fourways en Neo Life met netwerke regoor Afrika, tot die Generational Inheritance Group (GIG). Hy het die GIG gestig met die beweging dat families bemagtig kan word om die stigtings ouers van hulle multigenerasie welvaart plan te word. Kom luister saam soos hy ons meer vertel.

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Bongani Tau is joined by One Young World ambassadors Lerato Selialia, Tshepiso Ramotsehoa and Sibusiso Malinga who unpack their experience of the 2018 One Young World summit in the Hague, Netherlands.

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Zolani Mahola from Freshlyground is making the bold move into solo projects, and is looking to team up with Goldfish out in the US. Gareth chats to her about this venture, and how you can help her make it a reality. Keeping up with the Markles reveals a reality show in the works, a caller has an interesting sports question for Ben, then the latest from the AlphaCode entrepreneurial programme and the winners that have been hand picked for their brilliance.

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