Music meets politics on this week’s Immigrant Show as K.F. and Kamu have T-Mula, Karizma and Acie Lumumba, and Karen Mukwedeya being ungovernable.
K.F. and Kamu dedicate this episode to their mothers and all the amazing women doing big things around the world. They bring Nadia Nakai, Kim Jayde Robinson, and the High Tea Ladies Zoe and Bonnie for a look into some of the extraordinary things they are doing.
The Immigrants had ‘Super Immigrants’ Phil Chard of Two Broke Twimbos & The African Hip Hop Blog, and Global Citizen Gilmore Tee on the show for an exciting talk on Media, Entertainment, Fashion and The Arts.
It’s a mixed bag of Zim superstars in their own fields as the guys chat to People First (Zim Political Party run by former VP, Joice Mujuru), a Zimbabwe Achievers Awards SA representative, recording artist Peekay, and the Monash University SRC.
Pastor Evan from the ‘This Flag Movement’ joins K.F. and Kamu on the show to talk about the “This Flag Movement” and debut the ‘This Flag’ Song. Palesa Segano who worked on the song also joins the team.
He’s the young Zimbabwean upstart who launched his political party by saying “Mr President Robert Gabriel Mugabe‚ f**k you”. K.F. and Kamu sit down with the all-so-cocky Acie Lumumba, to eventually find out there’s more to this chap than meets the eye.
Media mogul Trevor Ncube joins K.F. on the show to touch on his empire, philanthropy and involvement in liberating Zimbabwe from three decades of tyranny.
Zimbabwean comedian Carl Joshua Ncube is currently endeavouring to break the Guinness World Record for most stand-up shows in the space of 7 days. If he does, we plan on nicknaming him Carl ‘Guinness’ Ncube.