After the passing of Mandoza, Tumi Morake goes through her 20’s nostalgia, looking at the stark difference between her twenties and her thirties as she fast approaches the big 3-5.
Our president paid back the money, but your friend still owes you R100. How do WE get back our money? Tumi tackles this issue like only she can.
Even winners need to sip tea! Tumi Morake begins her victory lap, and then she and Mabale detour through fat issues, owning your victories and why comedy matters.
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.
“Well-behaved women seldom make history.” Tumi and Mabale milk the third week of Women’s Month for all it is worth, celebrating women in all their naughty splendour!
A surprise reunion with all the romance of love back situations… Tumi and her reunited one talk the condescending BS and the positive aspects of Women’s Day and Women’s Month now that they have had a week to calm down.
It’s a scorcher with Tumi who sips tea with Standard Bank Young Artist winner Jade Bowers, as they chat about ‘Scorched’, being Sefrican, Elections, Theatre and Colouredness.
Tumi looks at things her mother taught her – directly or indirectly, along with some of the ‘bull’ we sell to our kids and some that was sold to us by our own parents.