13.04.21 Pt 2 - It’s a bit of a controversial conversation as the team gets into the increasing numbers of people creating OnlyFans accounts... a sign of unemployment? It’s no secret that it takes a lot to be an entrepreneur these days, but the tenacity and resilience of Sibulele Siko-Shosha has us interested to know how she runs her business.

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13.04.21 Pt 1 - According to her Instagram bio, she’s a part-time twerker and full-time clown, Nina Hastie joins the team and talks about depression and what it actually looks like. It’s a candid conversation about the difference between simply feeling emotional, and actually being depressed.

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2020 is almost over - Gareth tries to find the funny in amongst all this mess with comedians Nina Hastie, Eugene Khoza and Joey Rasdien.

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The best comedy often comes from the darkest places. Nina details her struggles with mental health and what cues she looks for to know if she might need some help. Having rid herself of smoking and drinking as vices some time back, she has a deep empathy for those who suffer with addiction. The unhealed wounds of Apartheid are revealing themselves in this pandemic, as South Africa struggles to appease all citizens with its lockdown policies. What does a comedian do to relax? Every day you can expect content to drop on the socials from this hysterical human during lockdown. Sorry excuse me, her black cat's name is who… and the white one is who? Oh yes… and we can’t say this enough, “Thank God for Cyril!"

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