SBOKHUZY chats to Thandeka Buthelezi, a young female entrepreneur, about a new advanced technology app that helps with basic financial literacy on stokvels and more.

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According to the latest Women in Business report, only 28% of senior management roles in South Africa are held by women. Furthermore, the report indicates that almost 31% of SA companies have no women at all in senior management positions. Teboho Mafodi and Bulelani Balabala talk about women in leadership and they are joined by Nthabiseng Phoshoko, Lebo Ramokhoa, Mathabo Tebello Mathebule, Nelisiwe Masango, and Zi Hatting.

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Adriaan chats to Edith Venter from The Ultimate Group. From flight secretary, to executive wife, to society hostess, to formidable businesswoman – she shares parts of her fascinating journey and her views on leadership.

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As an extension of a broader conversation around Women’s Month and the conclusion of UCD’s 3-part series, young female entrepreneur Liz Letsaolo joins the team in studio for a discussion on her new start up. Being in what is considered to be a saturated market, Liz unpacks the novelty behind her business, what it stands for and represents. She also shares some personal insight on her entrepreneurial journey – definitely insightful for those looking to start up their own businesses!

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Adrie het ‘n passie om klein en medium besighede in te lig rondom arbeidsake. Sy het ‘n handleiding hieroor geskryf saam met Quintin Davies, met die titel Understanding SA Labour Law, en lig besighede landwyd in. Met 22 jaar se nasionale en internasionale ondervinding rondom arbeidsake kom vertel sy Klipkouers die moets en moenies oor Arbeidswetgewing, want soos sy “Dit is nie ‘n kwessie van of jy ‘n arbeids geskil op jou tafel gaan hê nie, dit is wanneer”. Kom luister verder hoe ons hieroor gesels. Hierdie episode word moontlik gemaak deur ons nuwe borg EXAH.

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Kenneth and Zareef talk with Monti Montsha, who owns a magazine which profiles talented and skilled youth who are seeking opportunities. They then get some valuable insight from a CEO who started her own business in her house and has now grown it into a success with 7 staff – of which 2 were originally unskilled and now are both certified bakers.

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Theresa May’s dance moves are making news in South Africa, or in the studio at least with the team. Michael Jackson calls in from Heaven on what would have been his birthday, then some poor impersonation of his music. The story of #VATbro, then a real South African entrepreneur and success story in the next AlphaCode feature. Ntuthuko Shezi shares his story with Gareth and what his business Livestock Wealth is all about.

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For the last #WomensMonth special, Bongani is joined by business industry titan, entrepreneur and trailblazer Phuti Mahanyele. She lists 5 women dead or alive who have shaped her and her business acumen. She also shares life lessons, her entrepreneurship journey, and how her leadership style has changed over the years.

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In part 2 of their series, the team chats to female entrepreneur Sandisiwe. This driven young lady shares the story of how her mobile hair business started, the challenges of such a business, and the nature of the industry… as well as some tips for any and all start-up businesses.

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FinTech Investment Specialist at RMI Holdings, Dominique Collet, engages with Hlubi Mboya Arnold on what it means to be a FinTech investor and an innovation architect. These two #PowerWomen deconstruct growth mindsets, evergreen capital providers and long term partnerships in deliberating solutions that make Africa better. Find out more about the AlphaCode Incubate programme here.

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