In this bonus teaser for season two, Gareth Cliff and Anthony Mederer talk about why they love history, and how they choose their subjects for the podcast. Season two of Blind History is coming soon!

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For many of us, our schooling careers included going to university once completing high school. But, as online learning becomes one of the fastest growing industries, the modern world is quickly moving away from traditional universities. Many of these traditional universities are like Goliaths: not changing enough for the new world of work. Is there a future for traditional universities? Do we still need universities at all? And if so, how do they need to change to remain relevant? The Interchange is made possible by Absa and Tshimong.

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31.07.19 Pt 2 – Things get lavatorial as the team get into stories about pooping outdoors, and how to take a dump with your partner around. How do you clean your toothbrush? Leigh-Ann has some handy tips to keep things hygienic. Gaming kids are making more money than top sports champions… and Neo Kuaho pops in to discuss disruption and the future of learning.

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In part two of The Power of Human Capital Series, Timothy Maurice Webster continues his insights and learning mission by interviewing more global Duke CE thought leaders, South African human capital thought leaders, partners in the Million Young Minds Project and the conference host – Sharmla Chetty, Duke CE’s President, Global MD, Europe and Africa.

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A two-part series exploring the future of human capital, pioneered by and in collaboration with CliffCentral.com and Duke CE. With Brain & Brand author, Timothy Maurice Webster as host, this series seeks to uncover through Duke CE’s leadership lens, what it will take for leaders to thrive in a complex era where artificial intelligence and humans occupy the same leadership space. You’ll hear from Duke CE thought leaders from around the world, as well as South Africa’s top HR talent – along with a number of surprises from talented executives about their plan to apply the human-centric leadership learning. The conversations were hosted at the 2nd Davos of Human Capital Conference.

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The idea of emigrating comes with many questions. Thankfully, EB-5 expert Dan Wycklendt from FirstPathway Partners has some of your burning questions covered in this interview with Gareth Cliff. FirstPathway Partners helps foreign investors become United States Citizens through the Department of Homeland Security Immigrant Investor (EB-5) program. Dan eloquently discusses your options for emigration to the United States through investment here.

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Would you, or someone you know, like to be the beneficiary of one of 20 copywriting bursaries to be provided through the Association for Communication and Advertising (ACA)? In developing the industry and continuing to raise its bar, the ACA’s Chief Executive Officer Mathe Okabo chats to Gareth and the team about offering three-year academic bursaries to study copywriting at the AAA School of Advertising.

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We can do well, as we do good – that’s Bonang Mohale’s message in this powerful conversation, as he explains how business should govern with humanity for more positive impact, as he writes in his new book, ‘Lift As You Rise’. The CEO of Business Leadership SA draws from more than 30 years of business experience as he discusses ideas very close to him: The purpose of business, being “other” and not “self” centred, self-worth, and the essence of authentic leadership.

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Are young people having more or less sex nowadays? The answer is less and there are a multitude of reasons behind this which the team discuss. Neo Ramafoko then addresses the issue of depression and anxiety in South Africa, and what her ‘Safe Space’ Facebook group is doing to help those in need. Leon Versfeld returns with more information around making a future for yourself in the United States. Gareth gives an update on his gunt, then it all comes to an end with the UnNews.

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Alex and Siv are on the show today, with Alex sharing an update on his Amandla Project, which will bring disabled students to Cape Town on unique bursaries. Oscar Pistorius getting compassionate leave to attend a memorial, a new Bill Clinton affair exposed, then Happy maKhumalo Ngidi and Deryn Graham from Proudly South Africa share some inspiring stories and preview their new podcast series.

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