Jack Motlanthe holds things down while Andrew is on leave. He chats to Kalumbu Kapisa about the current state of South African TV productions.
2014 has been an incredible year of news, views, politicians, elections the rise of a party, a deadly kiss, some fence sitters, a broken fence a broken union a judge stumped by a shooting star. Justice Malala and Chris Vick join Andrew in studio as they do a year in review of 2014 .
‘Racism’, a word we hear all too often but do we really understand the deep intricacies of this human phenomenon? Andrew and his guests, Rorisang Tshabalala, Mark Oppenheimer, Kay Sexwale and Wouter Wessels discuss the South African race issue.
Andrew and his guests discuss Global Entrepreneurship Week. We get to meet some seriously hardcore young entrepreneurs, Gqi Roaleke from Pele Green Energy that develops, owns and operates renewable energy power plants. Then on top of that we speak with Bernard from The Hook Up Dinner as well as JJ from Bjala Property.
What’s the worst stereotype you have heard about Africa from our foreign brothers and sisters? Amazing places and stuff to do in SA on holiday. What is fair trade tourism? All this and more as Andrew speaks to SA’s top tourism experts.
Is poetry dead? Andrew Levy brings us a poetry filled episode of the Khonza Show as he’s joined in studio by Moleboheng Motlanthe who mesmerises us with some poetry. He’s also joined by a few slam poets on the line and some of the Cliffcentral staff try their hand at poetry.
Probably the most talented photographer South Africa has seen and produced. Andrew Levy is joined by Joao Silva, a living legend in the Photo journalist space. He tells us about his time spent more in wars than at home and how he lost his legs due to a land mine in October 2010 in Afghanistan. […]
Jack Motlanthe is standing in for Andrew Levy on The Khonza Show. He talks to Vanessa Goosen about her fascinating story of survival after she was unknowingly used as a drug mule by her boyfriend’s friend and subsequently spent 16 and a half years in a Thai prison. The situation was made worse by the […]
Andrew is joined by young graduates who are hustling in their respective fields, how they got there and their struggles and triumphs. He also speaks to Saloshnee Govender form SAGDA, an organisation that helps unemployed graduates find work.
Single? Married? Monogamy? Polygamy? Same sex marriage? What is your ideal status and does “Til Death Do Us Part?” still apply? Today, Andrew Levy and his guests, Dr D and gender activist Nomboniso Gasa answer these questions. We are also joined by the author of ‘Marriage Land and Custom’.