The team goes down memory lane as they recap some of their favourite This Is Us moments, which guests stood out the most for them, and the impact that the movement has had so far.

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Is social media building up communities or breaking them down? The editor of the Financial Mail, Rob Rose, joins us to unpack the role of the media in reconciliation and fostering social cohesion. They take a look at platforms like Twitter, fake news, and how social media has made everyone a journalist.

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Brian Green is the co-founder and the creative inspiration behind Group 44 Properties in Johannesburg - a company focused on urban renewal, which has redeveloped vacant and derelict inner-city high-rise and industrial areas into highly sought after retail and commercial precincts.

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The roles of communities in building the foundation and great ecosystem to raise children is very important. Mankone Ntsaba, Chairperson of the board for Kagiso Trust, joins the team to have a candid conversation about overcoming the myriad of obstacles currently facing South Africa.

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“Focus on what really, really matters to the future of the country.” This week the team talks to Songezo Zibi, chairman and co-founder of Rivonia Circle, an NPO with a single mission: to use their ideas and work to transform South Africa from a failing state into a robust, sustainable democracy.

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"Following the Covid-19 pandemic, we now have a unique opportunity not to hanker after the ‘old’ nor the ‘new’, but to co-create and co-craft a ‘better normal'." Wise words from renowned leader, Professor Bonang Mohale. Watch another great edition of This Is Us, as the team chats to Bonang Mohale and he shares some insights from his new book, Behold The Turtle.

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Pt 2 - Meet Michee Atatala, a young Congolese man living in South Africa and giving back to his community in Turrfontein. Lebang Kgosana chats to Michee about his journey of giving homeless children a purpose, after being inspired by the late rapper, Nipsey Hussle. Michee takes matters into his own hands by teaching these children some new skills.

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Pt 2 - #ThisIsUs South Africa! Lebang Kgosana speaks to youth impactors Lakheni Mduba and Mduduzi Mahlangu about their NPO, African Ladder. African Ladder gives back to the community and impacts the youth by offering free 'R.E 5' lessons to those who want to enter the financial sector.

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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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19.04.21 Pt 2 - Siya whips out a ruler that has all the names of the people who have once ruled. Gareth gives back a kitchen appliance that he received as a Christmas present. If you love collecting, then our new feature COLLECTOMANIA is for you!

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