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Zanele Muholi

#Congratulations Congratulations to the the worldre nowned photographer, visual artist and activist, Zanele Muholi. Today the Republic of France knighted her. She is now the Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. Loosely translated as a Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters. Her work was recently exhibited in New York. Places like Time Square, Broadway etc She joins us on the line Zanele Muholi


But who’s behind this Aya Kwini phrase? The person behind the phrase Yena aya Kwini is now a celebrity. Yena Aya Kwini is a Tsonga phrase which loosely translate ''Serves you right, where were you going?".  Buti MaJulle famously known as Yena Aya Kwini by social media users a 10 We’ve seen videos and memes – the head. But who is he? I understand he is also a musician. He joins us on the line

Chris Moerdyk

#BlackFriday This coming Friday is known as the Black Friday –the biggest low-price day in the country where consumers shop (or fight) for bargains. There’s a raging debate on this; some saying it’s an American invention and has no place in South Africa And some say it’s a pointless debate because it is here to stay. To speak to us Chris Moerdyk Marketing expert


Thulisile Madihlaba aka Chomee is a dancer, choreographer, television presenter and musician from Meadowlands in Soweto.  In 1996 Chomee was signed by 999 Music as dancer at10 years old by Arthur Mafokate.  She would later record her own albums under 999 Music such as First Time, Twice as Nice, Fantasy, Queen of Dance and Songstress.  She was once crowned the “Queen of Dance.”  Chomee was a judge of the SABC2 dance reality competition Turn it Out for 2 seasons.  In 2013 she was a host in the dance reality competition Turn Up and Dance.  Later on in 2013 she got a role on SABC2 Soapie Muvhango as Ms Chichi.  In 2015 she was one of the three celebrities on the ETV reality series Reality Check.


Under construction – interview with accosted JMPD officer Siphiwe Sebati. A Revelation Church of God leader has condemned the violence that took place in Johannesburg on Sunday when congregants attacked a metro police officer. However, Derrick Sibisi said that the unarmed congregants had been provoked. Sibisi added that the matter could have been dealt with differently if it had received support from the mayor's office, which congregants apparently wrote to a month ago. The incident was captured on video and shared on social media. WATCH: Church-goers beat metro police officer for towing illegally parked car The Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) officer and his colleague allegedly towed an illegally parked car, which belonged to a member of the church and which was causing traffic congestion. However, after firing warning shots, he was disarmed, attacked and beaten unconscious. The city identified the officer as Siphiwe Sebati.


#taxistrike A big taxi industry strike in Pretoria today. Of course, there were inconveniences this morning. The taxi industry is unhappy with government's response to a variety of grievances, including the Integrated Public Transport Network or the Bus Rapid Transport system, operating licences, the Taxi Recapitalisation Programme, public transport subsidies and provisions of the National Land Transport Act. South Africa seems to have a very tense relationship with the taxi industry – as they are always feel aggrieved and treated unfairly by the system… Is this the case? To speak to us Siya Biniza

Nasty C

Play Nasty C feat Tellaman – Dance #interview Nasty C on his new single, Dance, dropped last week Friday  You’re saying you’d swear Mandela was your dance teacher? Lol! Explain that to someone who maybe confused by that line  Who produced this song?  Where is Nasty C now in terms of music and career?  Is Nasty C too big for the SA Hip Hop Awards? – we heard you feel like the awards didn’t properly acknowledge your success  What’s the latest regarding your missing Rolex, laptop etc – the day you were robbed?  When can we expect a new album?

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