Media personality Hulisani Ravele hosts the sessions with 11 other influential leaders from various industries. They aim to engage in topics covering trade, social media, professionals and entrepreneurs.

Founder of Bedoo Productions Nondumiso Nkosi, as well as Naledi Monamodi, co-owner of craft beverage Grandeur, discuss trademarking. All things social media entrepreneurship will be discussed by general manager for Humanz South Africa Lerato Sengadi, media personality and content creator Moshe Ndiki and beauty blogger Jessica Van Heerden.

Professionalism will be talked about by B2B strategist and LinkedIn professional Caroline Wyly, Doctor Musa Mthombeni and culinary chef Nontuthuko Mabena delve into professionalism.

Entrepreneurship and what running a business looks like will be covered by founder of Home Coming events Katlego Malatji, founder of Thesis streetwear brand Wandile Zondo and founder of Walk Fresh shoe cleaning services Lethabo Mokoena.

"We are excited about launching the '#NescafeGrindSessions' platform, which will give the youth access to various industry leaders who will share their success stories and impart the necessary skills that will inspire the youth to stay focused on their grind," says marketing manager Nivasha Pather.

The sessions are a part of the brand's 'This Is Our Grind' campaign, a three-year initiative that has been run across various universities and provinces. The campaign aims to empower students on their personal and career paths. The initiative also strives to give aspiring students the tools and know-how to fulfil their dreams.

The next Grind Session episode on Social Media will go live on Tuesday, 17 November and the last episode will air on Tuesday, 1 December.

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