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YB5 is an integral part of 5FM’s structure and has been part of the station for more than ten years.
YB5 gives 5FM and its’ audience a heart using the biggest national youth platform in South Africa. The concept has grown and developed over several years and in 2015, YB5 will amplify the traditional charity angle that 5FM has promoted.
YB5 will take the platform and expand it into a three tiered approach that creates three very specific areas of focus. These will be; charitable causes, education and employment.

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Dr Botlhale Tema

This week on 5Talks, Dr Botlhale Tema, retired Director of the African Union (AU) Commission and Chief Director responsible for international cooperation at the Department of Science & Technology. She was the first Secretary General of the South African National Commission for UNESCO who started her career as a school teacher and university lecturer.

Nick chats to about “Land of My Ancestors” an Epic South African story, based on true events. Land of My Ancestors, tells the story of the two young men and their descendants, as they build a life for themselves on Welgeval. As they raise their families and take in people who have been dispossessed, we follow the births, deaths, adventures and joys of the farm’s inhabitants in their struggle to build a new community. Set against the backdrop of slavery, colonialism, the Anglo-Boer War and the rise of apartheid, this is a fascinating and insightful retelling of history. It is an inspiring story about friendship and family, landownership and learning, and about how people transform themselves from victims to victors.

Johnny Clegg

Today on 5Talks Nick Hamman chats to South African legend, musician, and anthropologist, Johnny Clegg. Chatting about his music and what it meant to not only South Africans, but the world, his work and ideas as an anthropology lecturer at WITS, and his accomplishments over the years and how it has changed the world.

Looking After Yourself this Festive Season

For this 5Talks, we take a look at how to stay “healthy” this festive season. We discuss everything you need to know to look after yourself. Guests on the show included:
* Dr Darren Green, Health and Wellness Expert
* Russel Meiring, ER24 Spokesperson
* Lettie Mzwinila, Business Development Manager at Allan Gray
* Dr Reza Mia, Aesthetic Medicines
* Brendon Williamson, DPO PayGate CSO

16 Days of Activism

This week on 5Talks, Nick chats to Colonel Celeste van der Klashorst (Commander SECI (Serial and Electronic Crimes Investigations) FCS (Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences) at the SAPS), Palesa Mpapa (Legal and Advocacy Manager at POWA (People Opposing Woman Abuse)), and Patrick Tutubala (Director and founder of the SEED Foundation (Social, Education and Economic Development)

Movember 2018

This week on 5Talks, Nick engages with experts and fellow ambassadors of men's health for MoVember. Chatting issues that are aimed at highlighting both physical and mental health. Guests on the show include:
* Country Manager for Movember SA, Garron Gsell.
* Mo Bro, Terrance Mentor (Afro Daddy)
* Movember's resident GP and multimedia medical doctor, Dr Darren Green
* Ex-Rugby 7's player and testicular cancer survivor, Stuart Calder

Desiree-Anne Martin

This week on 5Talks we chat to Desiree-Anne Martin. She is a Cape Town based author, whose debut memoir "We Don’t Talk About IT. Ever” was recently published. She is an addictions counsellor and a recovering addict. In her book she tells of her incredible story of how she went from addict to author. The book describes with brutal honesty her story of addiction, depression and ultimately recovery. She began using heroin at the age of 24 after a boyfriend gave her the drug as a 'birthday present’. She is currently studying a post-grad diploma in Addiction Care at UCT, and helps others through sharing her story and counselling.

Landa Mabenge

Today on the show, we chat to Landa Mabenge, about his life story told through his book “Becoming Him” a trans memoir of triumph. “Both heart breaking and uplifting, “Becoming Him” is a groundbreaking story of torture and triumph, bravely opening the lid on cultural shame and abuse against those who choose a path less travelled”

Dr Sandile Kubekha

We chat to youngest qualified doctor in South Africa, was recently voted the fourth most influential South African. He started school at 5, and matriculated at 15. We spoke about the challenges of advancing so early, his plans for the future, and some of the lighter parts of life like his love of the hit tv show survivor

Riaan Manser

During the 5Talks we chat about his difficult childhood, and the impact it has had in overcoming adversity. We find out what it means to him exploring the world with someone else...namely his wife (Vasti), and then we chat about his latest project @TheOdysseyRow

Christy Chilimigras

Nick chats 24 year south African writer Christy Chilimigras. Christy is a freelance writer who’s first book ‘Things Even Gonzalez Cant Fix’ has been hailed as a triumph by critics who praise is for its uncompromising honesty and brutal sense of humor. We chat to her about her life, her book and everything in between.

Yvonne Chaka Chaka

From Sugar Shack, to the United Nations, this incredible woman has recently received her second doctorate from Rhodes University. She is the first African woman to receive the World Economic Forum Crystal Award, she has a BET global award. Her role within the UN speaks volumes. Known as the Princess of Africa, Nick sits down to chat to the legendary Yvonne Chaka Chaka.

Thami Pooe (Tshimong)

For this edition of 5Talks, we are asking the question of “What are the youth of today doing to solve the country’s problems”. To help understand, we chat to Managing Director of Tshimong, the school of public speaking, Thamie Pooe. Tshimong is a social enterprise strengthening, multiplying, and amplifying the voices of young people. Tshimong introduces a debating, public speaking and leadership format to corporate social responsibility programmes in order to help young people develop important critical thinking; communication; and leadership skills. Their CEO, Busi Mkhumbuzi, is facilitating the Nelson Mandela lecture today.

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