Imagine having a platform that allowed you to engage and network with entrepreneurs and business owners simply via Twitter? WeTalk is the platform that allows you to do this. The team speaks to co-founder Nolly Qunta, a business mentor and management marketing student, who shares her vision.

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Basement 8 is a group of young and highly talented musicians from Randpark Ridge High School who made it to the semi-finals of SA’s Got Talent this year. Find out more about how they do what they do at such a young age.

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Managing menstruation has become a pertinent issue for women in our society… financially, and even in terms of being eco-friendly. The team chats to Caster Semenya and Shamila Ramjawan, owner of PrincessD Menstrual Cup about the Christmas Initiative they have in place this year.

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This week YLP goes international with the multi award-winning and All Africa Music Awards nominee Wax Dey from Cameroon. They also have local rapper and poet Lee STK on the show.

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YLP talks to the young entrepreneurs behind Retro21 – a youth lifestyle company aiming to provide a platform on which local, youth-owned brands – as well as upcoming musicians – can come together.

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Sixteen-year-old Seth Vogler from Cape Town chats about being chosen as one of his school’s top three science students to attend the International German Young Physicists Tournament in Cologne, Germany.

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The team chats to humanitarian Faith Makhubedu from Buffelspruit, Mpumalanga – a young woman passionate about leadership and women development who founded the NGO, Grooming Boys2Men and a women empowerment event called The Incredible Women Series.

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Born in Cape Town Rowlene started her musical journey at the tender age of 14, singing in a school choir. She has since been collaborating with big names like Nasty C and Riky Rick. YLP’s Bongani also chats to Soweto-born Lagosh, who has won international awards for his music and is signed by a management company in the USA.

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YLP interviews Thuli ‘Lawrence’ Jadezweni, a young digital media designer who started his own business right after graduating. They also speak to Katlego Khoele of Royal Coupe Events Management about how he started.

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