Mazwi Mkhulisi, Programmes Manager at Vumelana Advisory Fund, sheds light on the contentious land redistribution matter… and Nicola Coundourakis, Managing Founder at Pledger Africa talks volunteerism and their highly-anticipated launch. Plus, Kamu rants about Arsene Wenger and Barcelona.
It’s a mashup of a show as The Immigrants speak to Georgia Arnold, Executive Director of MTV’s Staying Alive Foundation, guest speaker at the Own Your Crown event Rebecca Kanoerera Munyuki, as well as Law graduate and activist Muchengeti Hwacha. Dhadza D, Ex Q and Munaz also make cameos promoting their weekend shows in Jozi.
Nompumelelo Shabangu, Programme Coordinator at GIBS Centre for Leadership and Dialogue, joins K.F. to discuss the Spirit of Youth Programme. Then the 2 Woke Girls join the show to chat about the origins of xenophobia.
K.F. and Kamu dedicate the show to the people of Mozambique in light of Tropical Depression ex-Dineo. Internationally accredited Mentor Business Coach Jacques van Heerden chops it up on how it’s done right, and Namibian Goddess Taylor Jaye blesses the show with her powerful vocals.
The Immigrants discuss African Revolutionary Parties and welcome teen pop group LMNS (Luminous) comprising Kristen “Rae-Juan” Still, Danielle “Dani” Bosman and Avela “Vivi” Mvundle, who drop their debut single and kick it on No Borders!
K.F. and guest host Takunda Tsunga discuss the ‘Millennial phenomenon’ and play an audio clip from Simon Sinek’s viral talk on the matter. Then drummers Greg Coles, Slade Stephenson and Richard Harvey join them on the show for an exhilarating live drum set and discussion on their musical careers, with a bonus rap by J.A.C.K.
Thulani Thuswa, Communications Manager of Mamelodi Sundowns comes through to discuss the much-anticipated AFCON 2017 Tournament. Zimbabwean musicians T Mula, Danny T, VeVaz05, Bounty Lisa, Smacks and BC drop their new single dedicated to the Zimbabwe Football team as they contest for the AFCON Cup!