A well-known thought leader once said, “Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds.” SBOKHUZY chats to Candice Thikeson and Nimrod Dube, who are young entrepreneurs inspired to make a positive impact in South Africa, the African continent and the world at large… through academia and entrepreneurship.

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Ayanda Sithebe, CEO and founder of Actors Spaces, is set on continuous arts youth development and uses his business to promote the growth of leadership skills in the SA entertainment industry. Hlubi Mboya Arnold keeps it real as they discuss leadership ethics, and collaborative intelligence for creatives.

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His entrepreneurial journey began at 9 years old, and through decades of personal sacrifice he left a leadership role in corporate to start his social technology business. BlumeApp co-founder, Rumwell Mabundza, connects with Hlubi Mboya Arnold about his obsession with the world of entrepreneurship and gives leadership advice for intellectual capital.

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Government officials, key private and public sector stakeholders, media and the winning young entrepreneurs from the far corners of South Africa gathered at a glittering celebration of The 2017 Step Up 2 a Start Up Youth Entrepreneurship Awards, which took place at the Southern Sun Hotel in Arcadia…

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The panel speaks to Mosidi Modise and Greg Serandos on the culture of saving, both locally and internationally.

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Richard Angus and Leandi Streeter of RaizCorp speak with Mosidi Modise – Founding Curator of the Global Shapers Stellenbosch Hub – about her recent trip to Shanghai with a group of 8 Shapers, and what she discovered.

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How do you convert your employees’ natural content consumption tendencies and social media habits into measurable learning and development? Gareth Armstrong is joined by the founding team of the Alexander Forbes Empower initiative to talk about their use of Degreed to do exactly that – this is a #FutureCEOs conversation every L&D professional needs to listen to.

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If you think that being a social entrepreneur is all about fluff-filled objectives and feel good goals, you haven’t been speaking to the right social entrepreneurs. Gareth Armstrong is joined in studio by James Steere, co-founder of I-Drop Water, where they speak candidly about the social sector and creating intelligent business models. Don’t miss this #FutureCEOs conversation.

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Entrepreneurship is about aspiration, opportunity and start-up growth by people aiming to achieve high-growth businesses and create employment. Big corporates have started to recognise the value of entrepreneurial growth in the country and companies have now instilled accelerator programmes to help develop and sustain entrepreneurs in SA. Without the assistance of these corporates, most entrepreneurs would not have access to markets, funding etc. On this episode we talk about how companies are recognising the importance of supporting young entrepreneurs in South Africa with guests Ms Tinyiko Mageza – head of Retail Marketing for Standard Bank PBB SA; Moepi Setona, founder and Director of SAYA – SETONA; Nishant Singh, co-founder of Multifractal Semiconductors, and Elvis from Ekasi Entrepreneurs.

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It’s hard to grow a business alone, and it’s potentially even harder to grow a business with someone that you need to put a great deal of trust in. During this #FutureCEOs conversation, Gareth Armstrong talks to the founders of Afritorch Digital about this growth, and what a growing business needs.

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