In the midst of military action to influence the political direction of Zimbabwe, Gilmore speaks to multi-award nominated hip hop artist – T1nda and Social Commentator – Itai Muroyi, on their forecast regarding the political outcome and their perspectives on the role of the church in influencing society and politics. Together with the guests, Tswarelo and Gilmore also touch on proclaimed Prophet Walter Magaya playing for the Warriors Legends and the Zimbabwe Hip Hop Awards 2017 Nominees List. The show concludes with MTV Shuga: Down South drama series.

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Zimbabwean hip hop act Indigo Saint and founder of the Women’s Association of Survivors Kudakwashe Kunzekweguta join Gilmore to talk about depression. They share their personal experiences and highlight the steps they took in dealing with it and helping others through music, writing and counselling. Gilmore and Tswarelo also look at topics that trended in Zimbabwe this past week.

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Gilmore Tee talks to young Zimbabweans on their thoughts on voting, whether to vote or not, ahead of the 2018 elections. The episode explores young people’s understanding of the voting process and how it affects them. Also included are highlights of activities that happened in Zimbabwe this week, MTV Shuga drama, and a poem from Zimbabwean poet, Outspoken.

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