Timothy Maurice hit the streets and asked over 100 people if they are happy. He also solicited voice notes from around the world about happiness. Along with the insights he gathers from people on the street, he shares the latest research about the science of happiness… with the hopes that you will challenge and evolve your definition of what it means to be happy as the world becomes increasingly complex.More Info
The world truly is Pearl Thusi’s oyster… she is flying high right now with the launch of ‘Queen Sono’ – a Netflix series with powerful punches and kicks! There are so many exciting changes she chats to Gareth about in this conversation: Adopting a daughter, major career successes, how she now deals with social media, and even new management. Get an unfiltered and authentic glimpse into the life of the TV presenter and actress here.More Info
Craig Urbani and Alan Ford have a fun-filled entertainment show opening with Lee Cole, a South African music sensation rocking the US. Miguel Pregueiro and Silas James join us again in studio with some classic romantic songs. David Bloch chats about international sensation Christina Bianco coming to South Africa… and we discuss Cape Town Pride with DA councillor, Roberto Quintas.More Info
Jenny Moore – GM Brand, Design & Group Functions Marketing at Absa – explains how #StopToStart is one of Absa’s priorities in playing a role in putting the basic building blocks in place to ensure that young South Africans have the opportunity to reimagine their futures.
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Timothy Maurice interviews two leading entrepreneurs in America who come from vastly different backgrounds and eras, but both built multi-million dollar businesses after overcoming extreme odds. In this first episode, you’ll meet Joe Dudley Sr., the iconic 82-year-old entrepreneur who became a household name in America for building a black haircare products business (he was even interviewed in Chris Rock’s movie, Good Hair). Dudley shares his passion and conviction, and why he refused to sell his business for millions of dollars… opting to stay focused on ensuring the business continues to stay focused on empowering others.More Info
What does a man who has done it all in the entertainment industry do to stay driven? Loyiso unpacks what it’s like to be the man who picks the content for TBN… talk about pressure. What pushed him to do an MBA at Henley? Where do business and the arts intersect, and is it important to know this information? The MBA has been known as a ‘divorce course’, but Loyiso has managed to hang on to his wife of 8 years. Plus we get an exclusive into the title of his thesis. Brought to you by Henley Business School.More Info
Here’s a love story that defies time, countries and basically everything in between. Shirley Lewis and Leon Swanepoel first met and fell in love as teenagers. They each soon went their separate ways after high school, had successful careers, relationships, moved and had families. But, 60 years after they first laid eyes on each other – they got back into communication and sparks started flying again! This is certainly an interview bound to make you feel giddy inside… Shirley and Leon share their story of a thriving relationship, at 84 years old.More Info