The JJC Podcast Experience

You’re procrastinating right now, aren’t you? Yup, we knew it.
But don’t fret, this is the most effective soundtrack to drown out your google classroom notifications.

We are the Johannesburg Junior Council and our mission as a youth run organization is to empower the voice of the unheard. Join us as we embark on challenging conversations around all things social, political and current. The only difference? It’s coming from fellow high school procrastinators who might just have a thing or two to say about the world that we live in. Just like you, right?

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If everyone is equal, is anyone special?

It is the norm to be told that you are special and unique, but in the same breath we are told that everyone is equal?!?

Let’s chat and make sense of this rather counter-intuitive contradiction.

Presenter: Sipho

Life lessons

In this episode I speak about the life lessons I've learnt at school, from life and from people. I am joined by Jessica and Phuthulogang who also share their life lessons and experiences.

Presenter: Sechaba

Do you agree that we should eliminate the race block on forms?

In this episode we tackle a race issue which includes the race block on forms that we fill in through out our lives. This issue affects everyone. We love that our listeners to continue to question themselves and the society and purely just accept things as they are given and to voice out their opinions in a respectful manner

Presenter: Samantha

A Sit Down With a Next Generation Business Leader: Marko Stavrou.

One of the Co-Founders of the JJC Podcast Experience, David Kariuki, sits down with serial entrepreneur and thought leader Marko Stavrou. Marko is the founder of the Young Entrepreneurs Network which is a podcast that serves to inspire thousands of young minds across the world with Emmy award winning guests like Travis Fox and best selling authors and CEOs like Casey Adams all being guests on his show. Along with running his branding consultancy businesses, Marko is passionate about helping people find their purpose and pursue their dreams. He sits down with me to talk about his journey in the business world, how ordinary people like me can find our passion and pursue it, whether university is relevant along with so many more thought provoking topics. This is not one to miss!

Presenter: David
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An insightful session into the life of Mabuke Masermule

In this show we'll be taking a stroll into the life of Mabuke Masermule as a single mother and most importantly a fierce survivor of gender based violence.

The show will mainly educate individuals on the global issue of gender based violence

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Cancel Culture

In this episode we discuss what cancel culture is and it’s effects on society. We encourage our listeners to express their opinions in a respectful way and to continue to question society.

Presenters: Doola & Sechaba

Do we really believe black is beautiful?

n this episode I discuss the progress black people have made in terms of identity while also highlighting how much further black people have to go to reach full self acceptance.

Presenter: Sechaba

Is it all about the money?

All over social media there seems to be more and more adverts on how to get rich.

What does it mean to be rich, and why is money so important? Is it important at all? Find out on this podcast!

What I realized while spending time with the bros

In this episode we. will be talking about one of the epiphanies that I had while talking with the bro’s. We will also discuss the importance of networking as a young future leader and the concept of a mastermind.

Presenter: Sipho

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