The panel of Adriaan and Louis facilitate the third round of leadership master lessons with a Businesswoman of the Year finalist, Patricia Dlamini. The theme for the lesson today is developing a culture of excellence.

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Adriaan, Louis and Chanelle debate Women’s Month. Should there be something like this? Should there be more reminders of the value of women in our society?

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The panel continues their chat with SME owner Robin Wheeler from BEntrepreneurING, focusing on mindfulness and finding a new state of being.

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The panel speaks to SME owner Robin Wheeler from BEntrepreneurING. 'Being Yourself for a Living' is their motto.

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How do you tolerate uncertainty within your business and how do you handle the pain that goes with this? Adriaan, Ellis and Richard Angus talk with Dr Khandai from New Generation Mindset about Uncertainty Tolerance / Tolerance for Pain - the challenges of a business.

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Adriaan, Louis and Ellis zoom in on two inspiring leaders who are finalists in the Businesswoman of the Year: Candy Tothill from Tsogo Sun (GM of Corporate Affairs, tourism expert and published author) and Funeka Montjane from Standard Bank (Chief Executive in personal and business banking, previous award winner and someone who became a partner at the age of 27 at PriceWaterhouseCoopers).

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With Professor Theo Veldsman from UJ, the panel have their second round of leadership master lessons with the Businesswoman of the Year finalists, this time with Candy Tothill and Funeka Montjane. Joining the panel as a special guest from our sponsors is the Vice President of Human Capital Development at Sibanye, Mbali Magudulela.

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South African Youth and Politics - Part 3. Due to popular demand, the team is doing a third show on the views and opinions of the youth about politics and how they feel about the recent South African Municipal Elections. Chanelle Carawan from Student Brands joins the discussion.

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What kind of transformation is happening in schools, by the students? The team speaks to National Y-CAP (Youth Citizens Action Programme) Champions for Primary (Isibukosabasha Primary from Dundee) and Secondary (Lerato–Uthando Comprehensive School from Harrismith) Schools. Amanda Blackfield-Koseff, CEO of Empowervate, the organisers of Y-CAP will also be in the studio.

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The panel - with Richard and Gerwin - chat with Duane Lew, life strategist and director at Winning Edge. He took over his father’s business that has been running for over 30 years.

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