Keitumetse Khensani Pule is a 17-year-old blogger of Dinner Table Conversations - a platform to engage and connect people across age, gender, sexuality and race on topical issues, by sharing their diverse perspectives.

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Yvonne Chaka Chaka... known as Princess of Africa - singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, humanitarian, United Nations Goodwill Ambassador and a philanthropist. She joins Sonia to discuss the joys of parenthood, and raising boys to be responsible men.

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Samantha le Roux is the founder and inspirational leader of Cornerstone Woman, an NGO born out of her own personal experience of domestic abuse. She unpacks how her organisation is geared to help women and children escape the clutches of abusive behaviour in the home.

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Sonia quizzes Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng on the legalisation/decriminalising of sex work, age and body shaming, and women defending cheating partners. Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng is a reproductive doctor at DISA clinic, Deputy Chairperson - Sexual Health & Reproductive Justice Coalition (SRJC), and has a lifestyle column called 'Let’s Talk About Sex' in the Sunday Times.

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Joska 'Mataozen' Maswanganye: socialite, image consultant, fashion stylist and entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of a clothing brand with the focus being on menswear. He is passionate about charity work and is the secretary of a non-profit organisation called Makapanstad Recreational Centre which promotes sports, arts and cultural activities.

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Sonia has a conversation with Amanda ‘Toki’ Dlamini, a Banyana Banyana athlete and football analyst.

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Sonia is in conversation with social entrepreneurs and philanthropists Dr Judy Dlamini and Sizwe Nxasana.

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Sonia is joined by Dr Lusanda Shimange-Matsose, a gynaecologist and obstetrician, to discuss the HPV vaccine, vaginal: steaming, bleaching, rejuvenation, and more.

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Sonia is in conversation with Charley Pietersen, author of Growing Up Without A Father: Are We A Fatherless Nation?

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Sonia is joined by her son Nathan and his friends Jonathan, Dylan and Jarrod to discuss all things ‘Born-Free’ and Generation Z.

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