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From Sandton's leading blog, The Sandton Times Podcast brings the pages of The Sandton Times to life, featuring stories making headlines in Sandton, interviews with names and faces shaping Africa's richest square mile, a healthy dose of entertainment and updates on all you need to know about Sandton and beyond!
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Back on track with the weekly #SandtonTimesPodcast! This week [Episode 009 | Week 22] The Sandton Times looks at some of the stories making headlines in Sandton; speaks to Bronwynne Byrne, Head of Marketing of Bryanston High School and Joseph Gerassi, Executive Head of Redhill School about reopening schools on June 1; catches up on a jogger mugging in Sandton with Lerato Sengadi; chats to Marc Buckner and Marisia van Wyk about finding love on The Bachelor South Africa; and finds out a little bit more about the Maxim Cover Girl Competition with model Chanieël du Plessis. Music Credit: Rock Angel by Joakim Karud Links: Maxim Cover Girl - https://maximcovergirl.com/2020/chanieel
Back on track with the weekly #SandtonTimesPodcast! This week [Episode 008 | Week 21] The Sandton Times looks at some of the stories making headlines in Sandton; and speaks to the cast of M-Net's 'Still Breathing' Tiffany Barbuzano, Kate Liquorish and Shannon Esra. Music Credit: Rock Angel by Joakim Karud
It's another short #SandtonTimesPodcast after a technical glitch! This week [Episode 007 | Week 20] The Sandton Times looks at some of the stories making headlines in Sandton; and speaks to Stephanie Weil, CEO of the Miss South Africa Organisation about Miss South Africa 2020. Music Credit: Rock Angel by Joakim Karud Links: Miss South Africa | www.misssa.co.za
It's a short but saucy #SandtonTimesPodcast! This week [Episode 006 | Week 18] The Sandton Times looks at some of the stories making headlines in Sandton; speaks to Wendy Alberts, CEO of the Restaurant Association of South Africa (RASA); catches up with Head of Content at UCook, Nick Corbett; chats to The Bachelor South Africa contestants Mulesa Lumina and Qiniso van Damme about love after the reality show; and launches an exciting competition for Podcast listeners. Music Credit: Rock Angel by Joakim Karud
The #SandtonTimesPodcast is back with billions! This week [Episode 005 | Week 17] The Sandton Times looks at some of the stories making headlines in Sandton; speaks to Zanele Morrison, Director of Marketing and Corporate Affairs along with Udesh Moodley, Head of Bonds and Interest Rates Derivatives: Capital Markets at the JSE; catches up with Owner of Jacksons Real Food Market, Gary Jackson; chats to The Bachelor South Africa contestant Rikki Brest about love after the reality show; and takes some trash to be recycled at Sandton City with Justin Needham. Music Credit: Rock Angel by Joakim Karud
There are always silver linings. There is always hope. There are always smart ways forward, and we should never lose hope. Growth may be just around the corner. Now let’s explore the practical things you can do to keep your own profit-over-cost ratio as healthy as possible, for as long as possible. What can small businesses do to survive the Covid-19 crisis? Business coach and author Douglas Kruger joins 'The Sandton Times Business Recovery Special Series' to provide actionable answers, from his list of 50 practical ways your business can survive – and even thrive – during this time of uncertainty, taken from his book, "Virus-Proof Your Small Business: 50 Ways to Survive the Covid-19 Crisis". There are a remarkable number of creative things you can do to stay on the right side of this equation, provided you don’t lose your head. Do these things well and you’ll be able to keep your staff employed, continue to serve your customers, grow awareness of your brand, and even come out of this difficult period positioned for growth. An absolutely essential listen for any small business owner in this challenging time. Music Credit: Looking To The Sky by Joakim Karud feat. Peter Kuli & Kasey Andre
There is always a break in the clouds. There is always a way to move forward, and space to remain optimistic. Growth may be just over the hill. Now let’s explore the practical things you can do to keep you and your business afloat through these tumultuous times! What can small businesses do to survive the Covid-19 crisis? Dean and Director of Henley Business School Africa Jonathan Foster-Pedley joins 'The Sandton Times Business Recovery Special Series' to provide actionable answers, from his perspective running one of Africa's most successful business schools, with practical ways you and your business can survive – and even thrive – during this time of uncertainty by embracing technology, collaboration and rational thinking. There are an extraordinary number of inventive things you can do to remain on track, and keep your mindset in check. Do only a number of small activities well and you’ll be able to retain your employees, resume serving your clients, grow your brand, and even come out of this tough time geared for expansion. This essential listen for any small business owner during these challenging times, should put you back on the path to recovery! Music Credit: Looking To The Sky by Joakim Karud feat. Peter Kuli & Kasey Andre
There is always a break in the clouds. There is always a way to move forward, and space to remain optimistic. Growth may be just over the hill. Now let’s explore the practical things you can do to keep you and your business afloat through these tumultuous times! What can small businesses do to survive the Covid-19 crisis? Author and CEO of Aurik Investment Holdings Pavlo Phitidis joins 'The Sandton Times Business Recovery Special Series' to provide actionable answers, from his perspective consulting to a myriad of businesses around the world, with practical ways you and your business can survive – and even thrive – during this time of uncertainty with insights from his latest book, "Sweat, Scale, Sell: Build Your Business Into an Asset of Value". There are an extraordinary number of inventive things you can do to remain on track, and keep your mindset in check. Do only a number of small activities well and you’ll be able to retain your employees, resume serving your clients, grow your brand, and even come out of this tough time geared for expansion. This essential listen for any small business owner during these challenging times, should put you back on the path to recovery! Music Credit: Looking To The Sky by Joakim Karud feat. Peter Kuli & Kasey Andre
There is always a break in the clouds. There is always a way to move forward, and space to remain optimistic. Growth may be just over the hill. Now let’s explore the practical things you can do to keep you and your business afloat through these tumultuous times! What can small businesses do to survive the Covid-19 crisis? GoDaddy Senior Regional Director for Turkey, MENA and South Africa Selina Bieber joins 'The Sandton Times Business Recovery Special Series' to provide actionable answers, from her perspective running one of the world's leading Internet domain registrar and web hosting company, with practical ways you and your business can survive – and even thrive – during this time of uncertainty by embracing eCommerce and an online presence. There are an extraordinary number of inventive things you can do to remain on track, and keep your mindset in check. Do only a number of small activities well and you’ll be able to retain your employees, resume serving your clients, grow your brand, and even come out of this tough time geared for expansion. This essential listen for any small business owner during these challenging times, should put you back on the path to recovery! Music Credit: Looking To The Sky by Joakim Karud feat. Peter Kuli & Kasey Andre
There is always a break in the clouds. There is always a way to move forward, and space to remain optimistic. Growth may be just over the hill. Now let’s explore the practical things you can do to keep you and your business afloat through these tumultuous times! What can small businesses do to survive the Covid-19 crisis? Author and trend specialist John Sanei joins 'The Sandton Times Business Recovery Special Series' to provide actionable answers, from his book 'FUTURE NOW - Face The Covid Reset' with practical ways you and your business can survive – and even thrive – during this time of uncertainty by embracing the unknown. There are an extraordinary number of inventive things you can do to remain on track, and keep your mindset in check. Do only a number of small activities well and you’ll be able to retain your employees, resume serving your clients, grow your brand, and even come out of this tough time geared for expansion. This essential listen for any small business owner during these challenging times, should put you back on the path to recovery! Music Credit: Looking To The Sky by Joakim Karud feat. Peter Kuli & Kasey Andre
There is always a break in the clouds. There is always a way to move forward, and space to remain optimistic. Growth may be just over the hill. Now let’s explore the practical things you can do to keep you and your business afloat through these tumultuous times! What can small businesses do to survive the Covid-19 crisis? Mining entrepreneur and champion of small business, Bernard Swanepoel joins 'The Sandton Times Business Recovery Special Series', to provide actionable answers, a pragmatic outlook and a temperature of what is to come post-pandemic. There are an extraordinary number of inventive things you can do to remain on track, and keep your mindset in check. Do only a number of small activities well and you’ll be able to retain your employees, resume serving your clients, grow your brand, and even come out of this tough time geared for expansion. This essential listen for any small business owner during these challenging times, should put you back on the path to recovery! Music Credit: Looking To The Sky by Joakim Karud feat. Peter Kuli & Kasey Andre
Lockdown is extended for the #SandtonTimesPodcast! This week [Episode 004 | Week 16] The Sandton Times looks at some of the stories making headlines in Sandton; speaks to Shawn Herbst of Netcare 911; chats to The Bachelor South Africa contestant Pasha dos Santos about love after the reality show; and shares some hope with Reach for a Dream. Music Credit: Rock Angel by Joakim Karud Opening: Do Re Mi [Covid-19 Version] by Shirley Șerban
It's the first #SandtonTimesPodcast! This week [Episode 001 | Week 13] The Sandton Times looks at some of the stories making headlines in Sandton; unpacks the impact the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had on Sandton as South Africa goes into lockdown for 21-days; speaks to Managing Director of Legacy Hotels, Paddy Brearley about the hospitality industry during the pandemic; highlights some must-watch series whilst isolated at home; chats to Namibian beauty Andeline Wieland of The Bachelor SA about her exit from the show and love in quarantine. Music Credit: Rock Angel by Joakim Karud
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