How has our CEO guest gone from small start-up to a JSE listed company, with R52billion assets under management in just 5 years? Listen to this #FutureCEOs’ #MeetTheCEO show in which Gareth Armstrong talks to Peter Armitage, CEO of Anchor Capital on his success.

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Inspired Youth SA chats with Life & Business Coach and Seta Trainer, Razia Mohammed, about entrepreneurial tips and the importance of educating and developing young minds. We also engaged with serial entrepreneur, Marc Coetzee, about the various challenges the youth face and how to overcome them. Kenneth and Zareef then catch up with Chris Meintjes from Activate! about their involvement at the upcoming SA Innovation Summit in Cape Town… and how YOU can join us at the event of the year!

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Ex-footballer, entrepreneur, football analyst and motivational speaker Stanton ‘Stiga’ Fredericks talks about lessons learnt from 3 generations, the 3 leading ladies in his life.

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Shantal Dietrich joins the team in studio and shares her childhood story of how she eventually got into the fitness lifestyle. The team discusses her personal training journey and how that transitioned into her entrepreneurial journey. Shantal also shares insights on a number of dietary and exercise myths, and also gives some useful tips on how to sustain a healthy lifestyle and shape up your booty, which applies to everyone. Definitely worth a listen for those looking to improve their personal brands and looking to shape up for the summer.

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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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Be Strong! The two most dangerous words that can come out of your mouth.

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Timothy Maurice speaks to an inspiring young Allan Gray professional about what she learned about building her personal brand from climbing Mt. Everest.

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Timothy shares his thoughts about what he is learning and wants to know what you are learning. He also shares one of his favourite episodes from earlier in the year.

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Sonia chats to football coach and analyst Simphiwe Dludlu about her plans to coach in the USA, age cheating, and more.

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The team breaks barriers this week and interviews South African writer Arushi Raina, who is living all the way in Canada. She tells us about her recently published book ‘When Morning Comes’, which is a fictionalised account of the student uprising that began in Soweto, South Africa on 16 June 1976 – told from the perspective of four culturally different people. We are also joined by incredibly talented soul singer Nishaat, whose voice will blow your mind!

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