Founder of one of Johannesburg's most beloved coffee companies, Jonathan Robinson, is in studio to tell us how he got his 40-strong staff body onto living wages. We get his take and approach on equity, bonuses, overtime, training and more.

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Be inspired with Weza Matomane as he chats to Ayanda Thabethe about owning your throne and being your own motivation.

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Brent and Kerri chat to the ladies from SACAP about making a difference through positive change with the help of psychology and their initiatives. Plus the latest good news stories from around the country.

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September is International Literacy Month and READ Educational Trust has a lot of news to share! The YLP team chats to READ representative, Lizelle Langford, about READ’s commitment to promoting literacy, their new projects and this year’s Readathon Red Reading Box... as well as how members of the public can support their efforts.

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Brothers Damian and Waldek Wasowicz return to share their fundraising stories around the Headway Heroes cycling team. Dedicated and undaunted, they have taken their setbacks in their stride, and continue to not only make their lives better, but also raise incredible funds for the benefit of others in similar positions.

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Another blow for the Guptas as the banks continue to turn their backs on them. Some murder updates from your favourite dedicated murder news team, looking back on Thabo Mbeki's resignation as South African president, and the greatest doctor's note ever. Helen Zille's hygiene routine during the great drought continues to get airtime, then Damian and Waldek Wasowicz come into studio to talk about raising money for a worthy cause through their love of cycling.

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Women are often thought of as the inferior sex... what then when they conquer and achieve the unthinkable? Join Weza Matomane as he hosts Sinako Bomela, South Africa's youngest female to attain a Masters in Law. Listen to find out about her incredible journey.

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From the vote of no confidence to celebrating Women’s Day. Brent and Kerri find all the good stuff for you.

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Vaughn and Simphiwe discuss critical controversial issues that challenge the youth. They are joined in studio by Sunnboy Mandla Motau, an award-winning dancer/choreographer at Moving Into Dance Mophatong (MIDM). He shares his story about breaking barriers, standing his ground against all odds, and rising from nothing to glory. They ask the question, what are some of the solutions to encourage youth empowerment and social upliftment?

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Celebrating 3 years of The Good Stuff, 31 days 'til Spring... and only 19 working weeks left of 2017 to make good things happen!

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