Zimbabwe celebrates 38 years of independence and this episode features different Zimbabweans from all walks of life, sharing their thoughts on what independence means to them, their disappointments, their wow moments, and what they hope for in the coming years. Gilmore also talks about the Vice President of Zimbabwe firing nurses, and the national UHURU celebrations for the 18th of April 2018 - Zimbabwe's Independence Day.

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In this episode, Gilmore has Grant Moyo on the show, talking about the Zim Cricket Circus. They touch on how the firing of Coach Heath Streak and his technical team might affect the Zimbabwe Cricket Team ahead of the July T20 matches. Zim hip hop act Takura shares on his debut album...

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Gilmore and Tswarelo talk to His Honourable, the Mayor of Bulawayo Martin Moyo on the arts, culture and the city. He also gives an update on the passing of Winnie Mandela​, firing of people at Zim Cricket and the fire that destroyed a building at Plumtree High School...

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Many questions have been thrown around the coronation of the Ndebele King in Zimbabwe. The High Court blocked the planned coronation of Mr Bulelani Colin Lobengula Khumalo as King of Ndebele on grounds that there was no law in the country allowing the establishment of a monarch.

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This week Gilmore sits down with Muthaland's Musician - Bekezela, who prefers to call himself THE WAITER. Together they talk about Bekezela's journey in the music sector, patience, perseverance and God's timing. Bekezela known to Gilmore as Bothwell Nkomo, takes us through the lessons he learnt from being a waiter, why he thinks every musician should waiter first before doing music, the present and the future.

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This week, Gilmore visits the National University of Science and Technology in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He chats to the SRC Spokesperson, Innocent Takudzwa Dombo and fellow student Alice Tanaka Ngaza about the NUST students protest against lecturers who were not taking classes because of their own protest against the maladministration of the institution.

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New father and Zimbabwean top hip hop act, Cal Vin gets candid with host Gilmore Tee. Cal Vin talks about his journey in music, the beefs between rappers, his losses, his influences, religious beliefs, the business of music, understanding your direction, purpose, love and fatherhood...

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This episode features Zimbabwe's top designer - Nkululeko Ncube of ARA KANI, who recently showcased a Mental Health & Homophobic inspired collection at the South African Menswear Week. He talks about the inspiration and why he felt it was important to address these topics through his collection and fashion.

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This episode features LIVE Mannequin @TheMarcusZW who goes through weekly events of Zimbabwe with Gilmore Tee. It also features Tariro NeGitare's Chitin, PD The Ghost's Joy and Represent Beats No Stress. Gilmore and TheMarcusZW talk about tables turning on Former Zimbabwe Republic Police Head - Augustine Chihuri, Fashion Mashup Zimbabwe and lots more fun activities that happened in Zimbabwe. The show concludes with MTV Shuga Down South, Episode 9.

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This week we scrutinise the interview of President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the World Economic Forum 2018 in DAVOS. Zimbabwean social commentator Itai Muroyi joins the conversation in studio with Tswarelo and Gilmore. They talk about the passing of Bra Hugh Masekele, Sandy Mokwena, and the album launch of Zimbabwe's DanceHall sensation, Winky D. The show highlights the government's intervention on the fuel prices in Zimbabwe, the scarf worn by President ED Mnangagwa at WEF, and close with MTV Shuga: Down South.

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