Sebenza: Behind the Hustle

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Sebenza: Behind the Hustle is a podcast that unravels the work that goes into the most inspiring careers and difficult journeys that aim to educate, inform and uplift young South Africans.

An Arena Holdings Production.

Keywords: youth, jobs, inspiration, South African job market, podcast, degrees, diplomas

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Dealing with workplace bullies without getting fired

According to a study by the SA Journal of Human Resources in 2012, 31.1% of emplyees have reported to being bullied in the workplace.

While many might view workplace bullying as another day at the office this migh not be the case for some. We speak to Clinical Psychologist, Sikander Kalla about how one can best identify if they are being bullied by a senior in the work place without losing their job.

How tech-education can solve the issue of a violent society

Can strengthening society from its grassroots change the way it solves many of today's difficult and often violent problems? We speak to CEO of IDEA Digital Education, Corrin Varady about how solutions have been found in using education to encourage young minds of the African continent to be greater thinkers and even better problem solvers.

This musician is changing lives in Soweto through radio

The pursuit of a music career can come with a difficult price, hard work that often results in failure. However, for Sihle Ndlovu music was the key in solving issues in his community.

Based in the heart of Soweto, R1Wradio is educating minds and creating innovative thinking in terms of job opportunities in the township. Ndlovu explains the humble journey of his radio station from bedroom podcast to a station that pulls in big names like Ralf Gum.

How to get a job and stay in it!

It’s one thing getting the qualifications for your job but another one trying to get employed and still avoid getting fired. To give you the top tips on how you can best be the perfect employee, we speak to youth employment agency, Lulaway Holdings, about how you can get the job and stay in it.

Black women need to take the lead in the 4th Industrial Revolution

Channel and Commercial Sales Manager at Quest Softwar, Phumzile Zibani is giving us the run down on how she came to make big moves in the tech space.

As a woman in a male dominated industry, Zibani shares how she came to conquer the IT industry and how other women can do the same in their own spaces.

Here is why more millennials need to stop being broke know it-alls

Do you know everything there is to know about credit life insurance? Are you struggling to make sure you are saving enough money for the future? Do you know which insurance works best for you?

We speak to Yalu co-founder, Tlalane Ntuli about her wonderful journey and what more millenials and entrepreneurs need to know about being money wise.

This dancer has made his talent a major business

Internationally renowned choreographer and dancer, Gregory Maqoma, has made a reputable name for himself as a story teller who speaks volumes through dance.

As the head of noted Vuyani Dance Theatre, Maqoma has used his experience to usher in a new fleet of talents. We speak to the legendary dancer about making a business of his talent and how he continuous to remain innovative.

Here is how Mabena is changing the business of tourism

Jerry Mabena might share a surname with a popular Twitter meme but his diligent work is no joke. From the dusty streets of Alex to the world, Mabena is changing the way people see tourism.

We have a chat with the Thebe Investment Group figurehead and what has come to define the work he has put into his many achievements.

From Instagram beauty to penis enlargements, lets talk aesthetics!

When it comes to being a multitalented individual Dr Reza Mia takes the cake. The young aesthetics doctor has made a name for himself not only on the local front but to international audiences including Dr Simon Ourian who is famed for being the face behind making the likes of Kim Kardashian-West the beauty that she is.

We sit down with Dr Mia to learn more about his journey as one of South Africa’s got-to aestheticians and how he fell in love with aviation as a child and worked his way back into his passion as the mastermind behind the Pegasus Vertical Business Jet.

Becoming a TV personality and entertainer

If he never grew up on your screens on MNet's KTV you probably know our guest for his work on SuperSport. Meet Kamza Mbatha who has made a name for himself as a TV presenter and gifted muso.

We sit with the multi-talented entertainer and discuss the ins and outs of not only being in front of the mic and camera but behind the scenes.

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