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.
Dealing with some of the biggest topics affecting the modern day woman… from the plight of the single woman and how she navigates her way through a modern world, to the joys and challenges of being a married woman and how her role has changed. In studio to share her modern day woman experiences with Tumi is producer, writer, director and actress Nkuli Sibeko.
How does the transaction between blessers and their beneficiaries work? Is this just glorified prostitution? Do we oversell ourselves when we are on the market for love and undersell ourselves once we have bagged our respective baes? Is love all accepting or is there a line?
Tumi Morake is joined by businesswoman Retti Ramaphakela aka “The Serious Girl” to explore the ins and outs of breakups. Tumi also has a report back about her experience at the Mariah Carey concert in Johannesburg, she has inside info on how Mariah became Mimi after her divorce. The pair then discuss celebrity Twitter meltdowns before asking – “Can women really have it all?”
Tumi Morake shares news of her travels and how yellow bones are not a thing everywhere else in the world. She also touches on the ingredients of Beyoncé’s freshly squeezed ‘Lemonade’ before delving into relationship overshares on social media.
Tumi Morake and Mabale Moloi go through some of the famous movie quotes from ‘He’s just not that into you’ and compare the differences between the way men and women internalise matters of love and lust.