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#LessonsLearned is a series of podcasts celebrating young South Africans doing incredible things in their communities and industries at home and across the globe. Help us celebrate the talent, ingenuity and strength that young people in South Africa embody this Youth Month by listening to these incredible stories and sharing.

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#LessonsLearned - Mashuvho Siala: Network Marketing

Khabonina Masuku interviews 22 years old Limpopo born, business owner, coach and mentor, Mashuvho Siala. She's currently working as a Junior Fibre Technician in one of the top international companies and running a business in Network Marketing. she speaks about the importance of having a goal and a vision.

#LessonsLearned - Robert Mtshali: Entrepreneurship Journey

Helen Herimbi sits down with social entrepreneur and one of the Mail & Guardian top 200 young South Africans, Robert Mtshali. In his interview he shares how he became the entrepreneur that he is today, from selling sweets to being scouted to join the Richard Branson School of Entrepreneurship, his story is one of determination and hard work. He also opens up about #LessonsLearned from failed projects and life experiences.

#LessonsLearned - Mfundo Radebe: From Umlazi to Harvard University

Jennifer Sanasie speaks to Mfundo Radebe about his journey from Durban township, Umlazi to one of the world’s most prestigious universities. Despite Radebe’s setbacks in his youth, he has achieved what most only dream of. He has completed his first year at Harvard, and is in South Africa setting up the Dlulisa Initiative, listen to how this initiative will help more South Africans follow their dreams.

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