It’s all about relationships, marriage, learning how to kiss and just plain bizarre dating rituals and games. Married at First Sight South Africa kicks off on our television screens and Mabale has a good friend, Bellinda Khojane, joining her to talk about unconventional relationships in the diverse South African context.
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!
Tumi almost didn’t make the show! Find out how she managed to break out of her garage at home, fight a web of spiders, and how she encountered a car accident just to make it to the studio. The ladies also tackle the tricks used to trap you into debt, as well as why fans need to stay out of the pockets of the celebrities they admire when it comes to their spending habits.
Welcome to 2017 – the year that Tumi Morake and Mabale Moloi have decided will be about less aggression and more positivity. The ladies talk about their respective festive seasons, kids parties, matric results and how to better deal with fake news in the new year.
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.
Noluvo Swelindawo was a 22-year-old woman from the Driftsands community in the Western Cape, who had her home broken into by 10 men. According to news reports she was abducted, raped and killed for being a lesbian. All of this during the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children campaign. Do campaigns of this nature have any impact? Are they relevant? Are enough men speaking out against behaviours by other men against women of this nature? And are women fighting back enough on this societal issue which plagues the country? Tumi and Mabale explore these points.
When will 2016 end already? Mabale and Tumi take a trip down memory lane to go through all the big stories that trended on social media throughout the year. And find out what the 5 languages of love are, and how we can better love ourselves as South Africans… as well as loving our country.
Tumi is taking personal issue with the #ProphetOfDoom saga, and says it’s time black people stop accepting being exploited. Twitter has been making fun of South African men of late – calling them ugly… but the ladies are here to refute that as rubbish. And find out why both Mabale and Tumi feel #MenAreTrash is preventing constructive dialogue from taking place between men and women with regards to their co-existing.
She’s the self-proclaimed pit bull in heels who runs one of South Africa’s most successful PR agencies, representing some of the biggest names in entertainment. Her tongue-in-cheek tweets regarding relationships and sex both shock and entertain the timeline. She is headstrong, fearless, successful, and insightful. Farah Fortune spends the hour with Mabale Moloi as she divulges life lessons she holds dear, where she derives her confidence from, as well as outlining her path to becoming a successful businesswoman.
South Africa launches the first ever Working Mother’s Expo in the world this weekend, and it promises to assist working moms with all the arsenal they need to perform the toughest job in the world. Janice Windt is the MD of Working Mother’s Expo – she joins Tumi and Mabale to talk more about what will be on offer.