Aspasia runs solo as Mabale is away with The Gareth Cliff Show. We chat to Marie Claire’s new sexologist Catriona Boffard about sexual health, sexual therapy and the sexual problems couples face when sex toys are added into the mix.

More info

We delve into the modelling and fashion industry with SA’s iconic Jodie Stintson Ennick. What does it take to be a top name, how has the industry changed over the years and what are the trends in the fashion industry now? We get the inside track from Jodie.

More info

One woman has completed the Boston Marathon at 34 weeks pregnant! How can you have a fit & healthy pregnancy? Mabale is joined by fitness guru and “Mamas and Papas” cover star Letshego Zulu and dietician, Gabrielle Jackson, to debunk the “eating for two” myth during pregnancy.

More info

It’s the State of the Vagina Address! Aspasia is joined by Dr. Chetan to talk about everything involving vaginal rejuvenation. What does the procedure involve? How much does it cost? How many South African women elect this surgery? What are the medical risks? Should you or should you not get vaginal rejuvenation?

More info

On this dose of “The Women’s News” we find out about; What do men and women lie about on first dates? What defines beauty and other trending stories. Then the Femmes are joined by Natasha Sideris who tells us about the amazing success story behind Tashas Cafe.

More info

Mabale and Aspasia talk to Khubu Zulu about her epic film project, Dinuzulu’s Exile and about Africans telling African stories through film. We also get the weekly dose of ‘The Women’s News’.

More info

The Femmes talk to the dynamic team behind The Weekend Social. The Weekend Social is about good food, good music and good people. Striving to create innovative events that bring together the right people in an authentic and creative way.

More info

Singer, songwriter Lindiwe Suttle joins the femmes and shares her life story. How she went from being a fashion stylist to the stars, graduating with an MBA and now touring the US, Europe and SA as a musician. She is also the daughter of South African TV personality, Felicia Mabuza-Suttle.

More info

The spend the hour with Neo Motsatse, a 15 year old South African violinist, who is bringing five different classical music concerts to five different cities. The purpose of the concert is to inspire and encourage young people with a message.

More info

Are beauty pageants still relevant in 2015? The femmes are joined by blogger Germaine de Larch, Miss Earth SA Ilze Saunders, National Director of Miss Earth SA Catherine Constantindes as well as Arts Editor for Mail & Guardian Zodwa Khumalo who answer this question for us.

More info