Nhai Onai & The Other Guys

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"How to be a Grown-Up in 30 or so Minutes" This is a funny, witty, noisey and absolutely great company type of show hosted by Onai and three of "Other Guys". This diverse group of friends, have conversations about topical issues, opinions and they hopefully, unfigure out Adulthood, one pun at a time. With cool segments like, "Guys/Girls Dont Get It and interviews with total Cool Kids, they are sure to be your select squad. Join them each episode as they go through the week, the internet love dilemas! #MakingMondaysGreatAgain

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The Epic adventures of the Zim Voter ft The Other Guys

Jerry, (formely known as Jerry The Bartender), Archie and Mark join Onai in this very late edition of the podcast. This podcast is a non-expert but very important to listen to review of the Zimbabwean elections. The gents talk about their different experiences voting, who they bumped into as well as critical questions on the results of the elections. Who was the biggest loser? How does the crew feel about Fadzayi Mahere and other independent candidates not winning? What is cult voting and what type of democracy does it create? They also break down how why ZANU PF has so much love in the rural areas and what it is that its opponents didnt do that they did. If you think that the views expressed in the podcast are insensitive, remember one thing, "we are a child". If that line went over your head, listen to the episode and enjoy..

Alternative episode names
1. (obviously) I am a child
2. All body parts matter
3. We are just talking.. nothing else

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Zim Decides & The Thing About Girls Who Make More Than Their Dudes! ft Shanee Rue & Chef Kuchi

Social media influencer, Shanee Rue and Chef Kuchi join Onai in an episode where they talk about the Ex that matters, and thats the one that will be put in the voting booth as it is election day. They talk about their wishes, hint on who they might be voting for and why. They also dig into Shanee's life as Facebook celebrity, how it al started and her amazing new live radio show. In the Feeling Station, They are joined by Kiki and Anthony from Kenya and unfigure out why it seems that ladies who make more money, are more educated, or higher in terms of social status than their male significant others act superior or are intimidating to their partners!

Alternative Show Topics
1. The only Ex That matters
2. Vote Wisely
3. When she makes more than you..

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Why Your Boyfriend Needs To Move Out of His Mommas House

Archie and Jerry (formerly known as Jerry The Bartender) join Onai in this episode where they first try to see if Ginimbi was behind ZANU PF's "All White Rally". They go through peoples reactions and ask the question, "did the differential treatment of the White Zimbabweans show the different racial treatment people get because of colour or was this good political strategy?" They also dwell on ZEC boss, sex scandals and unpack other scandals like them to see if men really have a problem with women in power, thus the use of sex scandals against them or thats just how the political game works regardless. Archie and Jerry narrate their never been told story about an accident that they were recently involved in and how they blame friends who don't answer phones for it and lastly, Onai is beginning to feel the strain of living in his mommas house. They discuss whether moving out is a good idea to do for bachelors.

Alternative topic names
1. All Rallies are equal but some are more equal than others?
2. The embarrasing thing about the accident
3. Netflix and Chill till mhamha vadzoka kubasa

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You can marry anyone Bestie, Just not my EX!

A NOOG listener, Tapiwa Nyemba, Nyasha and for a bit Archie, join Onai for this weeks show. First of all, are you not part of the chosen ones if ZANU PF didn't send you a "Please vote for me message" They discuss their concerns over the credibility of the elections because of the texts as well as the postal votes. Onai gets sort of emotional about Ariana Grande's new video and how creatives are driving offensive narratives to create positive messages.. DISCUSS! In the feeling station, they try and answer this issue, "Is it okay for your friend to date and maybe even marry your ex girlfriend?" It gets interesting

Alternative titles
1. We didn't diss Miri in her absence
2. Kiki didn't pick her phone up (maybe she doesn't really love me/us..gerrit?)
3. When Nyasha's english broke into a million pieces

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The worst advice I got from Twitter? ft Tino Maveneka from New Zim Forum

Miriam (award winning blogger), Moe Chishato, Skittles and Onai link up with Bridgit Kiki over the phone from Kenya as well as Tino Maveneka with the New Zim Forum update. They speak about the event and how it got to help young people and why you should participate in the next one. Whats the worst advice you have got from Social media? The crew break it down and also explain how you should sift through the madness called social media.

alternative headings
1. Sosho media made me do it
2. Get Bridgit an ozzband already!
3. The reason the pastor had condoms in his pocket

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I almost dated a Churchboy & The Case of similar isms ft Bridgit Kiki

Moe Chishato, Skittles and Onai are joined by Kenyan Connection and Nairobni Noogibae Bridgit Kiki on the phone from East Africa. They go on and talk about attack on privileged folks who have privileged names and probably dont have to face data issues like the squad did in the episode. Why cant "My mum is Ndebele, so I cant be tribalist" be a good answer? Kiki also tells them how tribalism affects Kenyans and what their government is doing about it. They also try and see whether Terry Crews was a gee for not fighting back after being sexually harassed and if that type of guy is good enough for the girls. From Kenya, Kiki and the team talk about the churches there and how crazy things can get.

Alternative Titles
1. I almost dated a church boy until he asked for money
2. Stroke an ego.. Just do it
3 From Nairobi with love and Samoosa's

How To Date A Very Busy Person! ft Very busy people

Award winning blogger Miri, The Geotechnocrat, Musa and later on Nyasha join Onai on this episode of the NOOG. They talk about the opening of bins by ministers, the attempt at the life of the Zimbabwean president (but not too much because erheem!). The conversations changes to how many times actually think about and talk about sex, why its important to take stock and how this affects dialogue between young adults. They also find interesting answers for whether its a good or a bad thing to have many sexual partners before marriage. In the feeling station, the whole crew breaks down solutions that people can use to date and/or get along perfectly with very busy significant others.

Alternative Titles
When your dude is a secret sex addict
This is not a show about Bombs
More Talk less sexion

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Keeping It NOOGIE

Brian Willis, host of the award winning Podcast Keep It Real Fridays , joins Moe Chishato in this episode, the like minded Drones speak on, Possibly Sick Christine and her hubby , and tell people off about catching feelings over Ruvheneko kwiraring a Kombi (google translate that!)
They have an Awkward conversation about Staying as friends after a break up And how much girls just don't care about a man's virginity.

Adulting while single, Adulting while married, Adulting with No BS

Nomaliso Musasiwa, Skittles and Mark join Onai in this new episode. There is celebration in the air as the crew talks about Noma’s new current affairs show called No BS. They also break down the MDC Manifesto, the marchs and the squad getting ready for the elections. Is removing the bikini part of Miss America as feminist as we think or are people getting too sensitive? The Chisipite Girls and the case of being a High School kid, being a former government school kid and hating on private school kids. It’s all a mess as they talk about the leaked videos the high scholars got into trouble for. In the feeling station, Nomaliso shares her experience as a married woman and how it’s a good thing to let go of certain things to pursue even better ones, even if that means that those things are your friends

Alternative Topic Names
1. Chisi chako ma Valgur song mashoma
2. If you hate the Bikini, change your channel
3. Noogies ft No BS

There is a Tokoloshi in my bedroom

Archie, Provvy and Miri join Onai on this show which started late because someone needed to get their hair done and it might not be Miri (we kid, of course its the award winning blogger). They talk about the July vote because any self respecting Zimbabwe should, who they might vote for and who needs to step up. They also speak on the artiste who spoke up about abuse in Bulawayo and Archie shares an interesting take on getting out of it. The award for the candidate that kinda lies the most goes to *drumroll.. Is he doing a bit too much, they break down the Nelson Chamisa Challenge. Should you consult your significant other for a style change and are girls whats the truth about guys who do the dishes. Makupsy asked the question on Bae Allowance and the team reacted to it..

Alternative Episode Names
1. This one is for the guys who do the dishes
2. The presidential candidate pants on fire award goes to..
3. Iwewe hauzi beard gang... uri

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And this is why you cant tell your girl EVERYTHING

Nigel (Mr Sweets) and Onai link up after what seemed to be years! They talk about a certain deputy Minister and the reasons why he could (should...sshh) get fired. Before all this though, they talk about rimming and how Zimbabweans have embraced it. "Whose wedding is it anyway?", they talk about Nomaliso and her husband's wedding, how it was perfectly simple and simply perfect, contrasting it to a wedding where the bridal team had 120 people (thats basketball tournament with ten complete teams in pools of 5 each..yikes!). In the last segment, they explore the idea of "kutongwa nemukadzi" (being ruled by a woman). Is it still a thing? Does it matter, why and how does it happen? Also, can you be totally honest with your girl about EVERYTHING?

Alternative Names for the show this week..
"Whose wedding is it anyway?"
"The Truth about women who earn more than their men"
"ruRIMi.... "

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