2 EPISODES | HENLEY INTELLIGENCE |  Podcast, ±31 min episode every 3 days
Are you thinking about doing an MBA? Listen here first: We explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of the MBA experience with business leaders, entrepreneurs, comedians, artists and more, during this #WhyMyMBA conversation.

20 lessons over 20 years

8 EPISODES | RAIZOR'S EDGE |  Podcast, ±16 min episode every 3 weeks, 6 days
Over the past 20 years, Raizcorp CEO Allon Raiz has learned many tough lessons and overcome many entrepreneurial challenges. He has also had the privilege of learning from the journeys of over 13 500 entrepreneurs who have passed through Raizcorp. In this podcast series, Allon shares 20 of the most important lessons he has learned which he wishes he had known before starting his journey. Using a sequence that mirrors the typical stages of the entrepreneurial journey from ideation through to scaling a business, Allon talks us through these lessons.

360 Biz

230 EPISODES | CLIFFCENTRAL.COM |  Podcast, ±49 min episode every 1 week
Presented by Teboho Mafodi and Bulelani Balabala, 360 Biz is a show that brings many viewpoints to the table on “all things business”. Incorporating all stakeholders – established business, government, SMMEs, entrepreneurs, professionals and legislators – to tackle and provide practical solutions for real challenges facing African businesses – big, small, formal and informal.

A Word from the King

What do boats, diffusion, and breakfast possibly have to do with culture? A whole lot, according to King Price’s culture expert, Marno Boshoff!

Welcome to A Word from the King, were we explore the many facets of workplace culture in light of King Price’s 1-of-a-kind culture model. Learn how to balance culture and strategy, make the switch from ‘have to’ to ‘want to’, and intentionally design a company culture that inspires and motivates everyone who walks through your business’ doors.

AECI Plant Health

17 EPISODES | SOLID GOLD PODCASTS #BEHEARD |  Podcast, ±9 min episode every 4 weeks, 5 days
Conversations that help you unlock nature's potential.

AECI Plant Health is a South African company within the AECI Group of Companies serving the agricultural sector with pride. AECI Plant Health has been an ally to farmers in Africa for many years, and with the move towards sustainable agriculture, AECI Plant Health with its NuWay® programme, and its extensive range of products and services, aims to work with farmers to preserve our natural resources, restore soil biology and address the need for producing nutritious food.

Agriculture worldwide is under pressure to reduce pesticide and fertilizer usage whilst increasing crop yields to feed a growing world population. There is now a move away from the total reliance on traditional chemicals and synthetic fertilizers towards a more responsible and sustainable approach of cultivating crops that protects the environment and its precious resources.

Our approach is to work hand in hand with the farmer to systematically address each point of influence in the growing of crops in a sustainable and responsible manner. Many of the tools and techniques simply unlock nature’s potential and the genetic potential of the crop.

Abaxoxi - the storytellers

3 EPISODES | BRIGHTROCKZA |  Podcast, ±43 min episode every 4 days
History will attest that there is a growing recognition of the role of women in society as more women reach echelons previously unheard of and gain prominence in spaces they occupy. African women are no exception, bucking a trend of male dominance, etching indelible marks as leaders, visionaries, and game-changers. Stories of impressive African male leaders abound. It is less common to read of their female counterparts. The narrative of African leadership is distinctly male. Telling the story of Africa’s development (social, political, economic) is incomplete without recounting stories of African women. It is often lamented that Africans are guilty of not telling their own stories, while around us there are several opportunities for telling story. The tales told are often for the purposes of entertainment or of accounting what is going wrong. There is a dearth of locally generated content that accurately tracks progress and presents the information in a format that is entertaining, factual, as well as educational. The power of effective and impactful story is untapped.

Womanomics Africa ® has begun the curation of a podcast series titled “Abaxoxi – the storytellers”. Pronounced Ah-bah-kso-ksi, it is word derived from the from Zulu word “xoxa” meaning to chat. Its purpose is to unlock local, intercontinental, and intergenerational stories of women, profiling African women as thought leaders and change makers. It amplifies the storyteller and the work that they do, illuminating women shaping and creating legacies. Our aim is also to seek out new, relatively unknown voices, whose stories have not been widely heard or published in the public domain, but whose journeys have the potential to have profound impact.

This series is made just for you by BrightRock #LoveChange

Absa Business Agility Interviews on RISE fm

3 EPISODES | RISE FM |  Podcast, ±16 min episode every 1 week
The Absa Business Agility discussions showcase how Absa has assisted and supported various small business owners during this tough economic climate.
These discussions are proudly brought to you by Absa which aims to change the way you do business.
We do more so you can. That’s Africanacity.

Absa Business Agility Series

4 EPISODES | OFM |  Podcast, ±11 min episode every 5 days
Absa is changing the way that you do business. Hear just how Absa has assisted business owners to reach their full potential and accomplish even more, especially during trying times. Tune in to the Absa Business Agility series, presented Wednesday evenings from 6pm on the OFM Business Hour.

Absa Business Day Supplier Development Awards

5 EPISODES | TIMESLIVE PODCASTS |  Podcast, ±19 min episode every 5 weeks, 3 days
The Absa Business Day Supplier Development Awards recognise and celebrate Supplier Development best practice in SA and encourage collaboration and learning across the African continent. This podcast series provides valuable insights into Supplier Development.

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