18.03.20 Pt 2 - Big Brother Germany has really created magical television by telling the unsuspecting housemates about Covid-19. There was a seminal moment where for a second it sounded like Gareth was giving Damon a compliment, touching stuff. Mel Brooks’ son has a social distancing video for the ages. The following events might sound related, but they are not… Amanda Bynes is pregnant and Pornhub premium is now free in Italy. We then talk about entrepreneurship with Linda Moeketsi, Sibu Mabena and Roxy Ferreira on #EpsonEntrepreneur.

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Ontmoet Isak Marais, ‘n entrepeneur met ‘n passie vir innovasie en bemagtiging. Marais het twee dekades gelede die groot sprong gewaag om sy eie besigheid op die been te bring. Dit het aanvanklik ‘klippe kou’ gekos, maar vandag sit hy aan die stuur van die toonaangewende Bramhope Groep. Bramhope spesialiseer in die lewering van MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Operations) bestuursdienste en sagteware, en is ook invoerders en verspreiders van meer as 150,000 industriële produkte.

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This week we saw the biggest decline on the markets since the global financial crisis of 2008. If you are a long term investor, don’t panic. Tito’s speech contained no tax increase... what a miracle. Can he cut the public sector wage bill though? How much more debt can South Africa take on before the Rand blows out? Sasol have had another shocker. BHP Billiton have had impressive reports and are just ticking along nicely. But Shoprite results are not as good as the books might suggest.

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Fund managers Avi Gordon and Adriaan Erasmus are two people who think of alternative energy in a progressive and bilateral manner. Taking strain off the grid and presenting cost-effective solar options to the public, business owners and future investors is just a small part of what this dynamic duo is doing for the future of business. Are centralised grids a notion we need to rethink in 2020 and beyond? Section 12J and alternative energy... an opportunity to do well while doing good. Brought to you by Grovest.

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Business dynamo Faith Khanyile takes us into her mind and journey as she has traversed the corporate South African landscape over the last 20 years. What is leadership and what demands do great leaders impose on themselves? She speaks about the role that business should have in society at large. Could diversification be good for a company’s bottom line? We delve into the challenges she has faced and continues to face as a woman in the corporate world. Is mentorship important and what role might it have in your long term development as a leader in business? Business can be good and also do good, as CEO and Director of WDBIH, Faith is a living breathing example of this. Brought to you by Grovest.

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19.02.20 Pt 2 - The criminal minds in South Africa are possibly some of the most refined in the country. The real question should be, how good are South Africans at stealing? Bathobile Mlangeni is a mastermind criminal who stole R4 million from a cash in transit depot, catch her if you can. Are we all idiots for not getting into the business of religion? Roger the alien is based off Siya Sangweni, there you have it, now we know. The business juggernauts of our time are not overnight successes, stop being lazy and you could invent Twitter at the age of 18. Business dynamo Faith Khanyile joins us in studio as she unpacks the ups and downs of the life of a female business executive in the corporate world on The Section 12J Show.

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Kahn unpacks his association with education and how he views the notion of learning as a lifetime experience. His story about why he decided to do his MBA was pure serendipity. We talk about the similarity between education and the songwriting process. As a family man, Kahn is now making decisions from a different perspective, and it has altered his view on life in general. A naturally inquisitive mind, he is enthralled by science and history in general... the mind of Kahn was truly great to meet. Brought to you by Henley Business School.

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Timothy Maurice interviews Rob Braiman in part 2 of the American entrepreneurs series - exploring the lessons and the mindset of entrepreneurs who are leading in volatile and challenging economic conditions. Braiman is the founder of Cogent Analytics, a management consulting firm that three years in a row has made the top 10 fastest growing businesses in his category on INC’s 500 and 5000 list. He opens up about his mindset and focus in leading a business that's helping small businesses across many states in America.

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Timothy Maurice interviews two leading entrepreneurs in America who come from vastly different backgrounds and eras, but both built multi-million dollar businesses after overcoming extreme odds. In this first episode, you’ll meet Joe Dudley Sr., the iconic 82-year-old entrepreneur who became a household name in America for building a black haircare products business (he was even interviewed in Chris Rock’s movie, Good Hair). Dudley shares his passion and conviction, and why he refused to sell his business for millions of dollars... opting to stay focused on ensuring the business continues to stay focused on empowering others.

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What does a man who has done it all in the entertainment industry do to stay driven? Loyiso unpacks what it’s like to be the man who picks the content for TBN... talk about pressure. What pushed him to do an MBA at Henley? Where do business and the arts intersect, and is it important to know this information? The MBA has been known as a 'divorce course', but Loyiso has managed to hang on to his wife of 8 years. Plus we get an exclusive into the title of his thesis. Brought to you by Henley Business School.

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