The CEO of IDF Capital weighs in on Skinny Sbu Socks’ founder’s recent TV “I need R5m not advice!” rant. Listen here for her full views, and don’t miss the official episode here.

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In 2011 het Arno Smit FundedByMe begin as ‘n hobby projek. Hy vertel hoe hierdie unieke equity crowdfunding platform, beleggers en entrpreneurs konnek vir bevondsing geleenthede. En met plofbare wêreldwye groei in die afgelope 5 jaar, sien hulle hulself as die entrepreneur se beste vriend.

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Proudly South African is an organisation that is more relevant than ever as South Africans look to improve the state of the economy. Happy maKhumalo and Deryn Graham talk about the amazing entrepreneurs that this country possesses, and the products available through them. Plus they preview a new podcast series where they will be bringing these stories to life.

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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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Sonia is in conversation with serial entrepreneur and motivational speaker Lebo Pule on all things controversial and acrimonious. From mistresses being labelled home-wreckers to honeytrap, papgeld and more.

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Timothy Maurice shares a story about an inspiring entrepreneur, Caitlin Rolle – a young woman who started a business while sick in bed, unable to move and how being knocked down may be the best thing to happen for your brain and body. Music produced by ‘Party in the Weekend’.

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What happens when an entrepreneur demands R5m on national television? Sibusiso Ngwenya, founder of Skinny Sbu Socks has made headlines recently for a number of reasons and #FutureCEOs talks to two venture capitalists about their impressions of his behaviour. They also share the five things they believe he must do to save his business.

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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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