Tumisho speaks to three highly successful individuals in SA business – Lerato Masha (Plant Manager at two Nampak factories), Tanya Dutoit (Former Head of ITC at MTN) and Seapehi Dumisa (owner of Africana Prints and Fashion) – who are creating new ways of doing business on the African continent and have exciting ways to connect with the youth and consumers from around the world.

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Tumisho gives the details about what happened to him during his hijacking on Sunday. The team also discusses whether crime in South Africa has really decreased, or if we are just used to it.

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The team celebrates Candice’s 25th birthday, reflecting on the opportunities that a post-Apartheid 25-year-old has today, as opposed to in previous generations. Tumisho also reflects on what advice he would have given his 25-year-old self.

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Tumisho and Candice discuss the build-up to Tumisho’s birthday extravaganza with guest Candice Dagger from The Drinkers Company, and Hospitality Manager Mitch Gemmell from Steyn City Hospitality. They also look at the Rio Olympics and the boxer who got arrested for assaulting a female… and they investigate the significance of Women’s Month.

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Tumisho and Candice discuss the elections, and they also have colour therapist Lientjie Potgieter in studio doing special readings for them and speaking about the art of Colour Therapy.

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Tumisho and Candice discuss ‘The Ex Effect’… can exes truly be friends? They also chat to Tammy from Steyn City and Mitch from Nineteen Restaurant about Tumisho’s upcoming birthday.

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Tumisho and Candice discuss the spiritual path and what it entails. They’re joined in studio by psychic and healer Victor Graca… and in typical Mashup style, the conversation takes a few unexpected turns!

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Tumisho and Candice discuss black hair and the afro comb. They also look at relationship dichotomies – how men and women think. Then they are joined by artist Christian Heath, who debuts his new song ‘I’m Yours’.

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It’s a Female Takeover as Candice is joined by former Miss India Globe, comedian, and new mom Kerusha Kisten… and Sophie Kanza, who started a charity called The Sophie Kanza Foundation. They speak about their ventures and how young women are thriving in the world. They also voice their opinions on the Oscar Pistorius ruling, and the value of female lives in society.

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Tumisho and Candice debate his defence of Pastor Olivier. They also interview Drew Descourouez and Michael Bakan about their journey from the USA, to living in Soweto and making a difference as the youth.

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