"Bongani Tau talks to Thabiso Mahlape, the founder of BlackBird Books - a publishing house dedicated to amplifying unheard black voices and give a platform for black authors to showcase their work - about the role that books play in preserving our history and culture this heritage month. They also look at how literature can reshape the narrative of what it means to be young and African in the 21st century. "

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If ever there was someone to get inspirational leadership lessons from, it’s Adv. Thuli Madonsela. According to the advocate, being a leader is about thinking about the impact your life has on other people. She also discusses how important it is to make people feel significant and that they are being listened to. When asked about her role models, she talks about her mother, who was very compassionate, and her father, who was a disciplinarian. The ultimate message is that we can all come together to fight corruption and continue to develop South Africa. So what’s next for the retiring public protector? This interview was first played in May 2016.

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Timothy shares a story about watching the 2007 Rugby World Cup while sitting next to Nelson Mandela. He also revisits an episode about what we can learn from Madiba in this 100th Birthday Commemoration episode.

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Roseanne Barr is losing her mind, and for our comedy benefit is turning a camera on to catch it. Thomas Markle is still playing the victim card hard, but Siya feels he can help him. Funerals and how important they are in South African society, Trump's beef with Iran, then Caroline Borole comes into studio to add some Tina Turner magic to your day. Rich Mulholland wraps things up from there with the dangers of following your passion.

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Friends to the show, the team at Headway Gauteng, are spending their 67 minutes for #MandelaDay by giving back to real-life heroes - the men and women who selflessly work in the services industry. The team join Gareth to discuss how much work the likes of paramedics do, and why Headway Gauteng wants to continue shining a spotlight on the good work that is done through service.

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John Sanei is a trend specialist, entrepreneur and speaker. A fair few lay claim to these professional attributes, but John is well and truly defined by them. His passion for change and doing things better has seen him become an accomplished author in recent times, with his latest book entitled Magnetiize. He and Gareth talk about the motivation around it, and the need to forget the chase and focus more on the purpose of our lives.

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Timothy shares a story about the power of image and form, which he learned after attending the Emmy Awards with a Zulu Prince - neither had tickets to get in.

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Timothy speaks to another inspiring and innovative entrepreneur in New York, Kalle Simpson, who left North Carolina to pursue her entrepreneurial goals. Kalle is co-founder of a lifestyle beauty company, built around the enhancing power of a pillow. He also speaks to co-founder Isaac Oppenheimer and associate Tenlie Mourning about their relationship with pillows and the business of pillows.

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Episode 1 in a 3-part series. Timothy speaks to 3 leading voices about how they took their talents to New York - one of the most challenging cities in the world - and began building their career. In the first episode, he speaks to entertainment journalist Nadia Neophytou about what she has learned going from a small town girl to an international celebrity whisperer.

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Timothy speaks with Dr Deborah Ancona, the Seley Distinguished Professor of Management at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, about how the brain processes change.

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