The team speaks to Tarryn Ogle, Mrs African Queen 2017, who has desires to instil the notion of ‘beauty with a purpose’ by introducing to us the Miss Teen Social Entrepreneur pageant. We find out more about the programme and even speak to the 2016/2017 winner, Kate Metzer.

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The team speaks to Thandolwethu Mbalo of Isolate Iziyobisi, an organisation aiming to touch and change the lives of the less fortunate through random acts of kindness. They then speak to township creative Melody, keeping Ndebele art alive in her online selling of Ndebele art painted takkies.

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The team speaks about online food markets and more with UJ student Mwenya Chitambala, who has become involved with a community-driven project called the Youth Agriculture Initiative.

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Gracious Baloi is the founder of Awakening Dreams, an organisation seeking to help youths and students with personal development. The team finds out more.

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Bongani has a chat with some of the country’s finest creatives with cause. ‘Millennials’, as they refer to the movement, aim to provide a platform for all artists with proceeds going to empower SA youth through workshops that give them skills in different forms of art.

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For the second and last segment for 2016, the team features an NGO doing amazing things. George Nettleton from Everybody Loves Everybody talks about what ELE does and the results of their work.

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For the first segment of the last show of 2016, the team ends it off with a woman who has achieved amazing things! They speak to Nelly Mofokeng, MD of non-profit organisation Junior Achievement South Africa, which aims to make a difference in the lives of young entrepreneurs.

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