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This introductory episode tries to dig out what it takes for one to start a podcast. How should they approach content? Distribution? User/community engagement? All this is thanks to the great Sabelo Zwane who was the first guest on the podcast.Be sure to listen to his Piki Ne Fosholo podcast. Because it is off the hinges!
My comrade Isaac Nape done complete his masters quicker then I could say "I dropped out of honours". Mad props to him for taking his next step in his academic career! You can listen to him talk on what went on around completing the studies.
We sit down with Rodrique who is the organizer of the most impact arts festival in the Kwa Ndebele regions of South Africa.
Me and Pieter Botha are talking all things cryptocurrencies and what we find interesting in the whole space. Listen in if you are also an enthusiast but also if you know nothing about it.
We talking all things blockchain and what one needs to know to participate in the culture of Distributed Ledger
We sat with the great people (Luyanda Jafta specifically) from The Peoples Fund to talk how they are "Using The Crowd To Build The Economy One Business At A Time." Listen in as we are taking it #BackToTheBusiness https://thepeople.co.za/ https://twitter.com/TP_Fund https://twitter.com/LuyandaJafta
I sit down with Momo as we talked on the journey which eventually lead her to run my favourite coffee shop in the world. We covered vast topics, ranging from cash flow to depression. I'd say this will probably be one of the most need to hear episodes if anyone is looking to embark on the journey of being an entrepreneur.
Hektic Paperz is the first black owned rolling paper company in South Africa. I sat down with the man (Njabulo Nyoni) behind it all and we talked about what it took to get this going.