Thu, 02 Feb 2017 10:02:00 GMT
What Lie Ahead for The Newly Elected AU/AUC Leadership
On this first episode of the Agenda, our main focus was on the newly elected leadership of Africa Union and Africa Union Commission; Looking at what lies ahead for them especially with regards to financing the Union, the readmission of Morocco and the proposed collective withdrawal from the International Criminal Court.
Wed, 08 Feb 2017 15:02:00 GMT
Beyond #BringBackOurInternet; Human Rights Abuse in Southern Cameroon
Today, we are digging deep into the crisis currently going on in Cameron, the agitation of the Southern cameron. We began with the popular Foumban Constitutional Conference in 1961 and the formation of the Federation of Cameroon. Please have a listen and spread the word, the problem in Cameroon is way beyond bring back our internet, there is more.
Sat, 18 Feb 2017 09:02:00 GMT
The Gambia Under President Adama Barrow's Rule So Far
#Gambia #AdamBarrow #Ecowas #WestAfrica #President #CommonWealth #UK
Mon, 21 May 2018 08:34:00 GMT
Opportunities And Growth Potential in Business Partnership
On this episode of Women in a Man's world; on the ABC's of business, we dive into the ins and outs of getting into a business partnership. On Mentorship and Opportunities, we Spoke to Nwabisa Mayema on the work she’s doing at infinity to create opportunities for female entrepreneurs On the Woman In A Man’s World segment, we chat to Namibia’s young businesswoman of the year award winner Esmeralda Katjaerua on her rise from a novice to owning her own boutique law firm in 6 years. And finally, on Tech and Trends, we round off with a rundown of tech for marketing your business.
Fri, 25 May 2018 09:36:00 GMT
Lenoma is Making Legal Services Accessible To Africa's Entrepreneur
On this episode of Women in a Man's world; A successful business requires us to have a healthy state of mind, yet we often neglect this. We speak to life and business coach Monique De Villiers on how we can be balanced entrepreneurs. On Mentorship and opportunities, Kudzai gives you a run on the amazing business opportunities available for entrepreneurs in Africa. On the main chat for today's show, We chat to Leah Molatseli from Lenoma Legal, a woman who brought tech to the law industry in a bid to make access to legal documents easier and free up her life more, and we then round off with a rundown of tech that will help organize your business and life better.
Sat, 02 Jun 2018 10:33:00 GMT
Putting Smile Back on The Face of Women Who Survived Breast Cancer With 3D Prosthetics
On today's show, we speak to an entrepreneur who has done it all without funding and she is able to demystify the notion that you always need external funding as an entrepreneur. The most common reasons why most aspiring entrepreneurs don’t go off to take the first step into the world of business is because they believe they can’t start without funding and are also afraid of failure. We speak to Beth Malatji an author, publisher, owner of ReBeth Wines and director of Startup Grind Johannesburg. On how to start successful multiple businesses. On our main feature, We were joined on the phone now by Nneile Nkholise a remarkable woman creating affordable prosthetics for people in need and putting the smile back on women who have had mastectomies because of breast cancer.
Fri, 08 Jun 2018 16:51:00 GMT
Women That Are Wearing The Boss Hat in The Africa's Creative Industry
On this edition of the show, we spoke to women that are calling the shots in the creative industry in Africa. Phumla Qwelane, a determined creative who has hung up her radio boots for the film industry. She’s going to tell us about how to successfully go through the creative field. We also get to chat with one of the most sorts after writers in Namibia Jenny Kandenge as she shares her journey in the creative industry with us. She is a writer, producer, actress, and director and is currently producing a film in partnership with South African filmmakers. To close off the show, Kudzai gives details on some tech solutions that you can use tech to grow your creative venture.
Wed, 11 Jul 2018 11:36:00 GMT
How Important is Marketing For Small Businesses And Can You do it Effectively?
Marketing is a necessary part of running a business but most business owners neglect this. Today’s show explores what marketing actually is and how important it is for small businesses to do it well. We get Felicia Thobejane the managing director of Hive Consultancy to explain what marketing is and how it’s important for small businesses. Women all over the continent struggle to pursue their dreams at times because they lack the funds or access to higher education. We give a list of scholarships available for women across the continent. Another guest Lebo Lion joins us in the studio to talk about what businesses In Africa can do to grow as well as why we should redefine disruption in an African context. To round of the show, we give you apps and websites that can help make marketing your business much easier and more productive.
Wed, 11 Jul 2018 12:35:00 GMT
Opportunities in The Tech Industry - Lorraine Steyn
Today’s episode focuses on the tech industry and how to improve sales for your business. The show takes you through how you can improve sales in your business as we all know without any sales we won’t make the money needed to sustain you and your enterprise. We then look at the tech hubs around Africa that women can be a part of to get into the tech ecosystem. For you to be successful in the most industry you must be part of the system as well be in the company of your peers, so you grow and feed off each other. We then have a chat with Lorraine Steyn the co-founder of Khanyisa Real Systems and KRS Mobile on starting and sustaining herself in the tech industry for the past 31 years. Lorraine is a phenomenal woman who strongly believes in building a comfortable and growth environment for her staff and co-workers. Lastly, you get to explore the applications you can use to develop an app for your business. People have now gotten the hang of using apps and depend on them for daily activities and it only makes sense for your business to have one as well.
Thu, 26 Jul 2018 16:37:00 GMT
Owning Your Brilliance And Transformation From Employee To Entrepreneur
On today’s show, we explore the dos and don’ts of leaving the corporate jungle for entrepreneurship. What do you need to know and put in place before you leave your job and the comfort of a monthly paycheck? Entrepreneurship is not as glamorous as it has been made to sound and jumping into it really comes with a lot of ups and downs you need to be well prepared for. We also have Tamiko Cuellar, the founder of Pursue Your Purpose an organization that aims to help people live your purposeful lives and grow successful businesses. She breaks down what a master class is and how it can benefit both entrepreneurs and women incorporate. She also chats to us about her upcoming master class tour in South Africa and Namibia, the Own Your Brilliance Masterclass, and why it is important for business women to attend. Finally, our tech and trends will focus on online courses available for women ready to grow their businesses.