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An hour-long conversation hosted by Siya Beyile with influential guests ranging from all professions. The conversations focus on the influence and progressive change the person is making in their respective field. Expect to hear from guests who inspire and motivate young people.

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Bongeziwe Mabandla

Visual artist Masonwabe Ntloko and SAMA Award winner Bongeziwe Mabandla are talking about how they used their challenges to influence their work. Bongeziwe gives us a special performance in studio of his amazing talent.

The Future of Content

George Matsheke is the founder of an online publication and creative agency. He reflects on his past failures and the challenges of the magazine industry in South Africa, and he shares key lessons on content creation and what we need to understand about the future of content.

Amanda Black: Hitting the Right Note

Eastern Cape-born songstress Amanda Black is in studio talking about the challenges of being a young female artist in the music industry, as well as the lessons she's learnt on her journey so far.

Style & Grooming

Style and grooming is about more than the aesthetic. The founders of MCHL and Bespoken Man discuss how they formed their companies, as well as the importance of building an authentic brand.

Loyiso Madinga: No funny business

Comedian Loyiso Madinga sheds some light on the journey that led him to be the first African correspondent for The Daily Show. He is joined by Siya Beyile, guest co-host Luvo Spambo, and #TheThreadedExchange producer Siphe Mkize as they talk about using your life to inspire others to pursue their dreams.

How To be a Brand Ambassador

Brand ambassador Ntumi Kondile joins us in studio to talk about how to build a partnership of value with brands. He shares insights on his career, as well as the importance of communicating to the right audience.

Reclaiming the African narrative

Blackboard Africa is here to ensure the voices of the youth are heard. We are joined by the co-founders Amonge Sinxoto, Zingisa Socikwa and Mpumi Ntintili-Sinxoto, as they discuss claiming back the African narrative and the importance of female leadership.

Speaking to the Urban Youth

Siya Beyile is joined by our very first guest co-host Neo Sukude, as they interview Caron Williams, founder of an online magazine and content creation agency that speaks to the urban youth.

Can South Africa Build Female Digital Entrepreneurs?

Lerato Kgamanyane joins Siya Beyile to talk about her journey in building her company and digital brand. Lerato also shares her thoughts on whether South Africa supports and funds female digital entrepreneurs. Siya also chats to Ayanda Shabalala, an investment officer for business partners, who gives insight into why female entrepreneurs are not getting the funding they need.

Aphiwe Mkefe Breaks Boundaries

2018 breakout actor Aphiwe Mkefe talks to Siya Beyile about his journey into film and how he got into a hit TV show by chance, and debates with Siya whether South African actors are paid enough.

Building your own Platform

Banele and Bandile - the duo behind Major League brand - talk to Siya Beyile about the business of doing events and the sacrifices needed in order to build a successful event. We are also joined by new co-hosts, DJ duo FRENZ, who speak frankly about the barriers in the music industry, and how important it is for artists to build their own platforms. Plus we announce a new resident DJ for the show.

The Realities of being a Young Black Female Entrepreneur

Siya Beyile is joined by Charmaine Ngobeni and Amanda Sibiya, who talk to about the realities of being a young black female entrepreneur in South Africa. Amanda and Charmaine hold nothing back as they talk about why most entrepreneurs fail, inappropriate men in the business field, and how their friendship has survived under the pressure of business.

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