Arianna Huffington is thriving and winging her way to South Africa

Author, columnist and businesswoman par excellence Arianna Huffington left the Huffington Post, which she founded, at the age of 66 to start a new venture Thrive Global.

She is on her way to South Africa as a guest at the Discovery Leadership Summit taking place at the Sandton Convention Centre on 14 November.

She chats to Bruce Whitfield from New York about her new life direction.

Thrive Global is all about workplace health which is increasingly becoming a global trend.

Stress and burnout are taking a terrible toll on people's health, but also on their productivity.

Arianna Huffington, Thrive Global

Her new business aims to bring the latest science to people to help them live better lives.

It is time to change the way we structure our work and our lives.

Arianna Huffington, Thrive Global

In 2007 she had her own wake-up call when she collapsed from exhaustion and burnout, fell and broke her cheekbone. Now she is a big proponent on a new more balanced way of living and working.

Listen below to Arianna Huffington explain her new vision - and give her take on why Trump is a wrong choice in the US elections:

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