For the first #CEOroundtable, Bongani is joined by CEOs Jenny Retief, Manzini Zungu and Lindiwe Nkuna - discussing effective leadership, principles to running a successful business, and building millennial gen and women-friendly working environments. Themba Mnguni joins the show to talk legal tips for start-up entrepreneurs.

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This week we chat to songstress and 'Boss Lady' LeAnne Dlamini about her career and what inspires her to be excellent as a woman. She is joined by her lovely daughter who co-hosts the show with Siya.

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Ever wondered how to expand and progress your hustle? Weza has a chat to three empowered and inspired gentlemen about the ability to diversify your hustle to your fulfilment.

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Today we discuss celebrated people, aka 'celebrities'. Why do we admire who we admire? Is it possible to be like them? And as always, #TheWorstGuysCypher.

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We chat to Miss Earth SA Top 12 Finalists Nazia Wadee and Lihle Nkosie about the importance of women empowerment, their take on the #MeToo movement, and the importance of people and companies becoming more environmentally friendly. Then, Belgium College is giving away 100 bursary opportunities to study overseas, so we spoke to some students and the admissions officer on how the #InspiredYouthSA listeners can apply for this incredible opportunity.

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The team continues to celebrate distinguished women for their Women's Month special. For the second segment, Bongani is joined by Morocco-born and South Africa-based fashion designer Loubna Combalat, who turns art into fashion and fashion into art. She also drops pearls of wisdom about her journey as a well-traveled artist.

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The team continues to celebrate distinguished women for their Women's Month special. This week, Bongani is joined by Botswana-born and South Africa-based musician Mpho Sebina.

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The team chats to Africa's multiple award-winning producer Kiddominant. Kiddo - as those close to him call him - shares stories of how the songs 'Fela in Versace', 'Alright' and 'Jika' came about. They talk about his move to SA and future plans... and in true #UrbanCultureDrive style, play a game with him that gets him tongue tied!

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After the airing of the Marikana documentary where 34 mine workers died, the team discuss the details of the event, they express their views, and Candice introduces a new feature to the show.

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Following the numerous cases of young people taking their lives because of depression, the team open up the topic for discussion and share some very helpful and insightful information on dating, rape, success and depression itself.

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