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.
In lieu of anger management class, Tumi lets the country have it. Covering racist rants, apologies and what the future holds for SA. She sends the country to the naughty corner.
Whetting appetites for Grahamstown – the actor and director of the play Defending the Caveman join Tumi and it gets downright dirty – from talking sex with your kids, to having sex with the same sex, sex toys, sex freaks… sex sex sex!
Tumi’s husband, Mpho Osei Tutu, joins the show to talk about what’s it like being married to Tumi, being a foreigner in SA in entertainment, the experience they had when they were hijacked, and more.
Tumi and Mabale have a big announcement to make, but you might not like it! Sipping Tea is about to undergo a big change… The ladies discover a new condition that apparently ails some people – it’s called Sexsomnia! Mabale loves it when Tumi unleashes one of her infamous speeches putting people in their place and this week Tumi takes on bullies on social media.