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I Have A Story To Tell
52 minutes | 6 months ago
Securing the Online Learning Bag with Richard Sembani
Richard Sembani is a 19 year old B.Com Accounting student currently completing his 2nd year at the University of Johannesburg. in this episode, we chat about how Richard has embraced the online learning space and how he is making it work. Richard is a Golden Key member and an aspiring Chartered Accountant; he is securing the online-learning bag!
42 minutes | 6 months ago
Diamond Women Africa interview: Wadzanai Mabuto
Doric Sithole describes Wadzanai Mabuto as "not so typical Chartered Accountant". Take a listen to find out why!
50 minutes | 6 months ago
Securing the Online Learning Bag with Tebogo Mphahlele!
Tebogo Mphahlele is a 19 year old aspiring Chartered Accountant who is currently completing her 2nd year at University of Johannesburg. In this episode, Tebogo shares how she started a foundation called Lead Young SA at a tender age of 16 and how she is currently securing the online learning bag!
52 minutes | 6 months ago
Grant Greeff talks Leadership and building a Start-up
In this episode, we learn the amazing leader and entrepreneur: Grant! He takes us through his story as he highlights the lessons that he learnt from starting up new businesses and how he turned potential crisis into an opportunity Enjoy!
29 minutes | 7 months ago
Meet Bongolwethu Harmans!
"You never know how strong you are until being strong is your own option" In this episode of 'I Have a Story To Tell' I chatted to Bongolwethu Harmans, a 3rd year Bachelor of Commerce student at Wits University. Bongolwethu has such an amazing story to tell. Bongolwethu lost both his parents within a span of one year when he was eight years old. He quickly realised that life will never be the same again and decided that the only way to make a difference was to make decisions that will impact his future positively. Thank you Moshal Scholarship Program for instilling the 'Pay It Forward' value and principle in Bongolwethu that lead him to raising R35 000 to buy school uniform for those in need Listen to Bongolwethu's story, he has a story to tell!
53 minutes | 7 months ago
I Have A Story To Tell: Advocate Canan Dube
What an honour to start off this series with a chat with Advocate Canan Dube. From a village boy that walked kilometers to and fro school after tending to the cattle to becoming one of Zimbawes top advocates. Husband, father, lawyer, lecturer, businessman, corporate governance expert and farmer. Tune in to hear his story!
72 minutes | 7 months ago
I Have A Story To Tell: Meet Kurayi Matsika
In this episode we delve into the area of motherhood and more specifically a journey of infertility to finally holding your baby in your hands. Meet the amazing Kurayi Matsika who will tell us of her story and how she navigated her journey to motherhood. You don't want to miss this one!
42 minutes | 7 months ago
I Have A Story To Tell: Meet Jeneth Dube!
In this episode I had a chat with Mrs Jeneth Dube. A wife, a mum, a businesswoman. Join me as we hear how she came from her village homestead to owning a chain of pharmacies in Zimbabwe. How did she juggle it all? Listen in!
5 minutes | 2 years ago
SAFM interview: Wadzanai Mabuto
Wadzanai Mabuto was interviewed by Nompu Sibiza on the SAFM Market Update with Moneyweb
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