While Tumi Morake is away in Australia and New Zealand, Mabale invites one of her good friends to join her on this week’s show. Paddy Khuele is one of the contestants who made it onto Top Chef SA and currently works at Thrive Cafe on Vilakazi Street in Soweto. When he’s not indulging his love for French cuisine in the kitchen, Paddy describes himself as a socialite and self-proclaimed diva! Get to know the delightfully hilarious Paddy as him and Mabz spill the tea on all the gossip and news events keeping South Africans talking.

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The ladies have some strong criticism about Grace Bible Church’s behaviour regarding homosexuality and Somizi Mhlongo leaving the sermon. Is it time for us to ask tough questions of the church? Is it time for us to hold the church accountable for their hypocrisy? And what about the hate that is contained in some of the church’s preachings? Find out as the ladies don’t hold back!

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Parting is such sweet sorrow… goodbye ’til it be morrow. Tumi Morake bids Sipping Tea farewell, with a heartfelt message to South Africa.

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If you ask Tumi if the glass is half empty or half full… she will say, “Keep the glass and give me South Africa!”

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How many men demand a paternity test upon being told they’re about to become a father? Ladies, would you be offended by such a request? You’ve heard of the fun, sexy side of the porn industry, but how much say does an impressionable 18-year-old starting out in the industry really have over her body? We’re also kicking off our ‘hug-a-man’ feature where we’re rewarding good behaviour by men towards women.

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The Pretoria Girls High hair saga, the unveiling of skin after the winter cover-up, and the final leg of Women’s Month are all the rage on this week’s show with Tumi and Mabale. Tumi also addresses the sensationalised rape story.

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Numerology… is it just another one of those airy-fairy beliefs, or is there some merit to the system? Tumi is a firm believer while Mabale is not quite as convinced. The duo are joined by numerologist Sandy Smith to talk about the origins of numerology, how it works, as well as what it can be used for.

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Tumi Morake talks about African freedom, decolonisation, raising new-age Africans, and making South Africa a better place.

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Tumi Morake has been nominated for another SAFTA award and the two ladies delve into award ceremonies: Are they still relevant? Why is SA sometimes plagued with hosting such sub-standard award shows? And is winning an award a true reflection of one’s talent, or is it just one big popularity contest?

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Imagine a situation where you discover your neighbour may have potentially seen you naked? Listen in on how an innocent bathroom incident involving Mabale has left her worried that her neighbour may have had more of a view into her bathroom than they had bargained for.

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