This week he interviewed famed journalist Jeremy Maggs, author of “Win! Compelling Conversations with 20 Successful South Africans”.
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For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
I don’t know what the definition of success is. I’d like to think it’s people who have made a difference to other people’s lives.— Jeremy Maggs
Being recognised… it’s not the definition of success…— Jeremy Maggs
It’s a call to all South Africans… to go back to the basics of social activism… that’s the message that Pravin Gordhan gave…— Jeremy Maggs
Vic Vermeulen inspired me the most… an inherent belief in his own ability to do things… he has an overpowering, ridiculous sense of humour…— Jeremy Maggs
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