Pt 2 - Meet Jo Bodiba, an eventing guru and mix DJ, who also wants to make South Africa a better country. In her chat with Lebang, they challenge what should be considered "normal", by breaking the shackles of ignorance around periods. Join Jo as she unpacks some of the meaningful work she does with the pad run.

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Mike Abel is regarded as one of South Africa's leading businessmen. In October 2020, his book ‘Willing & Abel: Lessons from a Decade in Crisis’ was published, capturing key stories, lessons, learnings and milestones over the past ten years in establishing the M&C SAATCHI ABEL Group of Companies. He talks to the team about the potential opportunities for South Africa.

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Pt 2 - Project Any Girl is a safe space for any girl to thrive and grow. Through the range of activities on offer, they focus on creating opportunities for growth through coaching, mentorship, and sisterhood support. In all of their endeavors they hope to display the conviction behind their beliefs. This is South Africa, this is us!

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In this edition of #ThisIsUs, the team talk about the Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen’s 60 Minutes interview, and debate whether talking about the issues enough leads to action.

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Pt 2 - In a world full of crime, hatred and suffering, there are those who rise above no matter what they are faced with... they lace up their shoes and bring positive energy and open up their hearts! Lebang speaks to Tankiso Moremi and Ndivhuwo Liphadzi about how they feed over 300 kids every day in Pimville Soweto, with the very little that they have.

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The team recap the Heritage Day weekend. They are then joined by Amy Gajar, an 18-year-old South African scholar. They discuss her passion about her country, and her opinion on what the adults in South Africa have or haven’t done!

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Pt 2 - Mother and daughter duo Mmasechaba Mashigo and Mama Sani share the story about how they started a food kitchen that feeds 300 kids daily in their informal settlement of Organic Market in Bramley View. They are self-funded, and are a prime example of what more South Africans should be doing! #ThisIsUs

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Introducing a brand new feature that will be hosted by Yatish Narsi, alongside Lebang Kgosana. They explain what makes #ThisisUs different to all the other “let’s save the world” campaigns? Why will this actually work, and how can the average South African participate?

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