SBOKHUZY chats to Faith K, who speaks about her rising music career. Kimmy shares the challenges of owning a female only owned production company, and how she makes it work despite the hardships.

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With 2018 coming to a close, the team upack taboos of the festive season… such as Christmas with family we can’t stand, or having to endure with broken households. Then personal trainer Mandela Nhleko talks about how to make the most of one’s holiday season.

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Sonia looks at peer pressure, instant gratification, vulgar consumerism, and the challenges facing the youth through the eyes of Itumeleng Modiba – author and motivational speaker.

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Timothy Maurice sits down with architect Themba Mekwa to discuss the role of architecture in carving a nation’s identity. They also discuss what’s more important – architecture or music.

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Imagine doing your degree in a language that you simply do not understand. That is the beginning of our #PowerWoman guest’s journey to her own international business. An inspiring and worthwhile conversation to hear. The UK Department of International Trade hosts us for their UK / Africa Business Forum and we get to chat to some of the businesses they are working with as they help them develop an international footprint.

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Sonia Booth chats to Lauren Jacobs – a social justice journalist, author, poet, TED speaker, and minister – about the impact and influence of female leaders, pioneers and visionaries.

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Timothy Maurice shares a story about meeting Beyoncé, and the power of shifting the type of questions you ask – especially the questions you ask yourself.

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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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Timothy shares a story about how his father would not let him cut his hair when he was a teenager, and how this impacted his life. The ability to free yourself from others’ pain by reconciling issues that were transferred on to you by a parent, family member, friend, colleague or anyone important to you, is vital to experiencing your highest and most liberated and creative self.

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Mara Glennie, founder of TEARS, shares her survival story… and Mark Jurgens explains his reasons for supporting the NPO, at a time when there is a threat to close their doors due to lack of funding.

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