Mid Mornings with Msizi James & Stephanie Be

5FM  |  Podcast , ±8 min episodes every 3 days  | 
Hailing from the opposite coasts (Msizi from Durban and Stephanie from Cape Town) their backgrounds couldn't be more different and these differences allow them to have some very compelling conversations and debates on air. This show allows listeners to have honest and flagrant conversations without being judged with features “Unpopular Opinion”. The show also has many feel-good moments with features like “Office Wars” which give people with a small to medium business an opportunity to advertise their business, after participating in a challenge. The show isn't just fun and games. It's also the place where you will hear the most interesting interviews, not just with celebrities but also some of the most interesting people in the world along with the hottest music and great conversation. It’s fun, funny and no-holds-barred. Let’s get after it!

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Living Corona Positve - Update

The team chatted to Megan who was one of the first 50 South Africans to test positive for the Coronavirus.

She started an informative Instagram page called Living Corona Positive with her friend Julia. Together over the last few weeks, have been giving updates on how they have lived in isolation while recovering from the illness.

How are the ladies doing a few weeks after testing positive?

5fm Afternoon Drive tackles Corona (Covid-19)

The team chats to Prof Cheryl Cohen from the National Institute for Communicable Diseases around the new cases of Corona in South Africa and what do to in order to stay safe during this rapidly growing crisis.

The Ndlovu Youth Choir graces the Thabooty Drives

They have been on the road touring and recently performed in front of Richard Branson and Trevor Noah at the Roger Federer tennis match last week.
When Ndlovu Youth Choir first auditioned for AGT in July last year, the choir’s intention was as much musical as it was socially inspired. “We wanted to represent the hopes and dreams of the African continent and particularly the youth,” says the choir.

Knuckle City gloves up for the Thabooty Drive

A slice of street life in South Africa’s Mdantsane township, known as the boxing mecca of South Africa, Knuckle City follows the journey of Dudu Nyakama (Bongile Mantsai), a down and out ageing boxer as he struggles to attain the one fight that he believes will uplift his fractured family.

We have Jahmil X.T. Qubeka – Writer/Director and Bongile Mantsai - lead actor

Basetsana Kumalo bares all with Thabooty

Basetsana Julia "Bassie" Kumalo is a South African television personality,
beauty pageant titleholder, businesswoman, and philanthropist.
Base chats about her love, losing her mom and the amazing jounrey that is her life.

Davido shares stories of music, dad and success

David Adedeji Adeleke, who is better known as Davido, is an
American-born Nigerian singer, songwriter and record producer. Davido
was born in Atlanta, US, and raised in Lagos; he made his music debut as
a member of the music group KB International.

Poppie Nongena cast hangs on the Thabooty Drive

Poppie Nongena, is an Afrikaans/Xhosa South African, whose life revolves around her family and finding stability in a period of immense upheaval in South Africa when African women were forced - by arrests, fines and forced removal - to leave their homes and resettle in remote areas designated as
black homelands.

The Thabooty Drive got to spend time with the legendary Clementine Mosimane and Nomsa Nene.

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