5FM  |  Podcast , ±35 min episodes every 2 weeks, 4 days  | 
YB5 is an integral part of 5FM’s structure and has been part of the station for more than ten years. YB5 gives 5FM and its’ audience a heart using the biggest national youth platform in South Africa. The concept has grown and developed over several years and in 2015, YB5 will amplify the traditional charity angle that 5FM has promoted. YB5 will take the platform and expand it into a three tiered approach that creates three very specific areas of focus. These will be; charitable causes, education and employment.

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Entrepreneurs - Sibusiso Letsoalo

After a tragic accident that changed his life, Sibusiso Letsoalo found refuge in music and fashion which fueled his creative stride. Founder of M Squared LSK, Sbu combines his love of music and fashion to create a clothing and lifestyle movement, celebrate individualism.

Entrepreneurs - Lethabo Motsoaledi

We chatted to co-CEO at Motsoaledi & West, Lethabo Motsoaledi. An engineering graduate who now heads up an Innovation Studio that helps companies fast track innovation through applying the Design Thinking methodology. She also recently launched ‘The Hourglass project’, a project that encourages active citizenship and is supported by the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the World Design Organisation.

Entrepreneurs - Amanda Dambuza

Recent winner of the Veuve Clicquot ELLE Boss Award. A passionate powerhouse entrepreneur, Amanda Dambuza, is the founder and director of consulting company Uyandiswa.

Entrepreneurs - Marnus Broodryk

We chat to self-made millionaire, Marnus Broodryk, about being a ‘shark’ on M-Net's reality tv show Shark Tank, as well as his book “90 Rules for Entrepreneurs (The Codex of Hustle)”

Apps changing the game

We discuss how technology and apps are improving and changing the way in which we interact with businesses and services in South Africa. We were joined by, Peter Matthaei, CEO of Namola (Namola is an app that allows you to alert your nearest police officers when you need assistance), Michael Mol, Hello Doctor (Hello Doctor is an app that allows users to get expert health advice from qualified medical doctors via your mobile phone 24/7) and Desmond Osman, Head of Marketing: Middle Markets, Nedbank Retail Banking (Nedbank Money is an app that has received a lot of attention lately, we find out more about how they are changing the game).

Lindiwe Hani

Nick chats to Lindiwe Hani about her book “Being Chris Hani's Daughter", Described as an “intimate and brutally honest memoir”‚ the book sees 35-year-old Lindiwe remembering the years that she shared with her father and the toll that his death took on the family. In the book she also tells on how the assassination of her father sent her on a downward spiral into cocaine and alcohol addiction. She talks about how she turned her life around to face her demons‚ “not just those that haunted her through her addiction but‚ with the courage that comes with sobriety‚ she comes face to face with her father’s two killers”

EasyEquities #1stTime5

Nicole chats to EasyEquities' Carly Barnes about the importance of investing. On the panel we heard success stories from Nicolette Mashile a 29 year old who started investing just over a month ago; Tshepo Kgapane a 26 years old who started investing a year and a half ago; and Justin Pearse a 45 years old who started investing 3 years ago and has opened investment accounts for his two daughters.

Gift of the Givers (Dr. Imtiaz Sooliman)

Dr. Imtiaz Sooliman is the Founder, Director and Chairman of Gift of the Givers (Waqful Waqifin Foundation), the largest disaster relief organisation of African origin on the African continent. They have delivered over R2.1 billion in aid to 43 countries around the world, including South Africa. This year marks 25 years of relief efforts from the foundation.

Gift of the Givers (Emily Thomas - project manager)

The Gift of the Givers (Waqful Waqifin Foundation), the largest disaster relief organisation of African origin on the African continent. They have delivered over R2.1 billion in aid to 43 countries around the world, including South Africa. We chatted to project manager, Emily Thomas, on the 25th anniversary of the foundation.

Land Reform

This episode of 5Talks discusses the status quo of land reform in South Africa. Guests on the show included: Prof. Ruth Hall (University of the Western Cape, Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies) and Bulelwa Mabasa (Director at Werksmans Attorneys, University of the Witwatersrand (LLB))

Grace Mugabe's Diplomatic Immunity

Following the recent news about Grace Mugabe's grant of diplomatic immunity, we chatted to a panel to understand the various repercussions the decision could have going forward. Guests included: KONDLO KWANDIWE (a Professor in the Department of Politics and International Relations and teaches International Political Economy), THEO VENTER (Political and Policy Specialist at the NWU School of Business and Governance and specialises in South African politics, US politics and scenario methodology), and BEN WINKS (Independent legal counsel, specialising in constitutional and international law).

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