This week's episode features ecologist and Greenpeace co-founder, Dr Patrick Moore. Patrick explains how he became involved in founding a multi-national environmental organisation which fought for the end of nuclear bomb testing and whale hunting, before being hijacked by non-scientific interests intent on banning everything from chlorine to PVC. Jonathan opens up discussion on the climate change the Earth has experienced over several billions of years, and Roman queries the role carbon dioxide is playing in this process. Dr Moore discusses the so-called 97% consensus on climate change, the Paris agreement, and the politicisation of the green movement.

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What was your first job and how much did you earn? Sonia shows youngsters and mentees that it's not how you start... your first job doesn't necessarily determine your future career.

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The greatest life-changing events the world over were led and supported by women. We can't dispute that women are unifiers and world changers. It is even better when we have women like Pontsho Manzi, who is fully committed to ensuring that women get equipped at a young age. From school talks to women's awards, she continues to give of herself to make it happen. Rami & Romeo steal her for a mo, just to get a bit of her flow.

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Nkemakonam, founder of Stop Child Sexual Abuse Now unpacks the situation in Nigeria. Sijibomi Ogundele - CEO of the Sujimoto Group, Jabu Mabobo and Anele Ndlovu of The Zim SA Forum talk business and entrepreneurship.

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Join Weza and Simphiwe as they talk tricks and ways you can create a bright future for yourself. They are joined in studio by Sibusiso Sgwane from Dream of Life Africa NPO to talk about some of the work they do to uplift disadvantaged communities, by empowering the youth through various opportunities.

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There's an old saying that goes "if you can't build with them, don't chill with them". Vaughn discusses the need to have the right people around you to maintain and sustain motivation. Lehlohonolo Thoabala, Chuene Mapoulo, and Derrick Mapoulo also join the show to discuss millennials in the workplace.

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What would you do if you were the President? Simphiwe is joined by William Moyses and Nolo Mokoena as they discuss various youth leadership topics centred on passion, purpose and prosperity.

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As President Jacob Zuma prepared to give his annual State of the Nation Address, chaos broke out and certain parties decided to leave due to political tensions and differences. In light of this, the guys tackle the topic of leadership. Is leadership a downtrodden phenomenon? Does it still exist? What are some negative impacts caused by recent parliamentary political debates? Then, Jabu from the Student Business Council chats about their NPO and the work they do.

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The guys discuss their different points of view on what love stands for and the role expression plays in portraying love. Unplug from what culture dictates love to be and do what works for you!

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The guys discuss the influence social media plays in our lives and relationships, and finally delve into the true difference between Purpose and Passion. This episode has laughs and all kind of emotions.

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