As you'd have it, my daughter was at home when this was recorded so I was juggling homeschooling, work and podcast podcasting on the day that Aisha and I recorded this beautiful and raw conversation. The realities of motherhood seep into every aspect of our lives and a candid conversation about this was needed. I hope this episode lands on the right ears. Enjoy
This month's inspirational person is Dr Nokukhanya Khanyile, a medical doctor and mental health advocate. She joined me to shed some light on the covid situation and gave some clarity about the vaccine roll out. This is an episode worth a listen. Enjoy
We kick off this month's thematic focus, politics with a bang with a brilliant mind. A very insightful and candid conversation about the current state of politics in South Africa with a specific focus on corruption. Are we doomed? Tune in to listen to our two cents about the matter.
This is the first episode of "Chit Chat With A Gent" with one of my dear friends, Ndumiso Madubela. The conversation starts with reflections about the state of Africanness and somehow ends up with a very deep discussion about Black Love. Worth a listen after a very reflective month of love.
Reflections about Pan Africanism with one of my favorite young people. This conversation is also an introduction to a monthly fixture "Let's talk to the kids" where a space will be given to young people every month to share their perspectives about the thematic focus of the month.
What a healing and inspirational conversation with one of my favorite musical artists, Zoë Modiga. We unpack everything from her creative process to the current state of Africanness. This conversation left me so moved and it seemed somewhat "meant to be" hence the title. I was left inspired and I hope this episode brings you as much joy if not more than it brought me. Enjoy
An interesting discussion with development planner and researcher Frederick Beckley. One that left me with alot of questions. It was challenging topic to tackle. One of this that reminds us that we don't always have the answers but dialogues like these are always a good starting point. Enjoy
As we start 2021 after a very difficult year, it may feel really difficult to be optimistic. In this episode I reflect on the year that has with my good friend Thozama. A raw and authentic conversation about our thoughts, fears and hopes. Enjoy