SBOKHUZY chats to Venom and the new MTV Base VJ search winner Ntandose on their journeys to stardom, and some of their secrets to coping with pressure, demotivation, and challenges.

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Many people have grown up without a father, but some of us were fortunate enough to have a healthy relationship with our dad and today we ourselves are parents and we have our own sons and daughters. Actor and Fatherhood advocate Fumani Shilubana speaks to us about the importance of a father in a child’s life.

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Weza Matomane and SBOKHUZY chat to Gracia and Yamkela – young entrepreneurs with radical up and down experiences that led to their current individual successes. A mixture of comedy, laughter and drama.

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We have an in-depth conversation with music sensation and Xhosa muso, Nathi Mankayi, who shares his incredible story into music, his inspiration, and his new album. We are also joined by special guest co-host Tina Jita.

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Sonia chats to toastmaster, student, and founder of the Woman Enough Project Jessica Rudzani Raliphada about the societal pressures that contribute to the high suicide rate among university students.

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Learn more about a 3-cities tour event called ‘Girl on Fire: Invoking the African Goddess’. The goal is to bring together bright minds to give talks that are idea-focused, on a wide range of subjects to foster learning, inspiration and wonder – and to provoke conversations that matter.

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This week, we chat to internationally acclaimed visual artist and founder of Africa’s first comic book superhero, Loyiso Mkize. He shares some insights on his artistry as he gears up for the first Comic Con Africa.

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“Bongani Tau talks to Thabiso Mahlape, the founder of BlackBird Books – a publishing house dedicated to amplifying unheard black voices and give a platform for black authors to showcase their work – about the role that books play in preserving our history and culture this heritage month. They also look at how literature can reshape the narrative of what it means to be young and African in the 21st century. ”

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A spirited conversation turned into performance by Dr Rebecca Malope. Dr Malope takes us on a journey through the struggle – writing, singing political songs, and trusting her gut by singing Gospel music during the time of bubblegum and disco. She also shares how writing songs got her through the loss of her fellow artists Vuyo and Lundi and her current role as mother for her late sister’s daughters. And she did something most artists wouldn’t… by jumping on the keys to direct our in-house keyboardist!

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Soak yourself into an enlightening conversation with SBOKHUZY as he chats to Leigh Ann and Bheki Zungu on food, lifestyle and business.

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