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The Last Sip

Parting is such sweet sorrow... goodbye 'til it be morrow. Tumi Morake bids Sipping Tea farewell, with a heartfelt message to South Africa.


Tumi Morake talks about African freedom, decolonisation, raising new-age Africans, and making South Africa a better place.

And The Winner Is...

Tumi Morake has been nominated for another SAFTA award and the two ladies delve into award ceremonies: Are they still relevant? Why is SA sometimes plagued with hosting such sub-standard award shows? And is winning an award a true reflection of one's talent, or is it just one big popularity contest?

Neighbourhood Watch

Imagine a situation where you discover your neighbour may have potentially seen you naked? Listen in on how an innocent bathroom incident involving Mabale has left her worried that her neighbour may have had more of a view into her bathroom than they had bargained for.

A Valentine's Day Mixed Bag

It's the red day of love and Tumi and Mabale dish on the delicate process of buying gifts for your loved one. Tumi updates us on 'Red Cake' - a new TV game show she's busy filming. Was SONA all it was cracked it up to be for you? Because the ladies are quickly losing faith in the current mess that is the State of our Nation. And find out what they think about the Adele and Beyonce Grammy match-up that has had everyone talking.

Unconventional Relationships

It's all about relationships, marriage, learning how to kiss and just plain bizarre dating rituals and games. Married at First Sight South Africa kicks off on our television screens and Mabale has a good friend, Bellinda Khojane, joining her to talk about unconventional relationships in the diverse South African context.

Take Me To Church

The ladies have some strong criticism about Grace Bible Church's behaviour regarding homosexuality and Somizi Mhlongo leaving the sermon. Is it time for us to ask tough questions of the church? Is it time for us to hold the church accountable for their hypocrisy? And what about the hate that is contained in some of the church's preachings? Find out as the ladies don't hold back!

Tumi's Great Escape

Tumi almost didn't make the show! Find out how she managed to break out of her garage at home, fight a web of spiders, and how she encountered a car accident just to make it to the studio. The ladies also tackle the tricks used to trap you into debt, as well as why fans need to stay out of the pockets of the celebrities they admire when it comes to their spending habits.

Welcome to 2017

Welcome to 2017 - the year that Tumi Morake and Mabale Moloi have decided will be about less aggression and more positivity. The ladies talk about their respective festive seasons, kids parties, matric results and how to better deal with fake news in the new year.

A Numbers Game

Numerology... is it just another one of those airy-fairy beliefs, or is there some merit to the system? Tumi is a firm believer while Mabale is not quite as convinced. The duo are joined by numerologist Sandy Smith to talk about the origins of numerology, how it works, as well as what it can be used for.

Activism & Fighting Abuse

Noluvo Swelindawo was a 22-year-old woman from the Driftsands community in the Western Cape, who had her home broken into by 10 men. According to news reports she was abducted, raped and killed for being a lesbian. All of this during the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children campaign. Do campaigns of this nature have any impact? Are they relevant? Are enough men speaking out against behaviours by other men against women of this nature? And are women fighting back enough on this societal issue which plagues the country? Tumi and Mabale explore these points.

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