By: Ashlee Wilson | Fri 24 Jun 2016, 11:56
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This Youth Day, prepare to be inspired, entertained and curious.
Feed that mind of yours with CNBC’s Young Money 30 under 30; Inspiring stories told by Forbes Africa on Wednesday 15 June at 21:30 and listen to Young Money discuss entrepreneurship in Africa with some of the finalists. Get into discussions about red-tape issues, starting up and more.
And speaking about starting up, be inspired by the stories of individuals trying to make a name for themselves in Starting Point on Channel ED (190) at on Thursday 16 June at 18:55. See how taking the first step is one of the hardest and most rewarding experiences in life.
CNBC keeps the focus on youth for June with discussions on the following:
- 13-17 June - The state of education and job’s for youth
- 20-24 June - Afrillenials
- 27-30 June - Youth trends
On Thursday 16 June, M-Net Movies Blackout (109) keeps us proud of all things local with movies Jozi at 12:40, Fanie Fourie's Lobola at 14:35 and Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom at 16:15.
Stay entertained and cozy with some of the best stories on your screens. Tune into Jerusalema on M-Net Movies Blackout at 20:30.
For the wilder and more nature-intrigued, unleash your wild imagination with Wildest Africa on Discovery Family (136) on Thursday at 16:00. For the curious, tune into Free Ride on Discovery (121) at 21:00 as survival expert Rob Greenfield tries to travel South America with no money. Carrying only his passport and a toothbrush, see how travelling on kindness is still possible in the world today.
Putting a focus on giving those with a talent a chance, watch Rap Game on Lifetime (131) on 20 June and follow the dream of making it for incredibly talented young rappers.
With DStv Premium - be inspired, get involved, learn more and achieve greatness this Youth Day.