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07
AUG

Ndaremerwa | Sengikhathele. #ZimbabweanLivesMatter

In light of everything that's happening in our country we thought it fitting to record a special episode and try to capture the conversations happening all around but mostly online and have culminated into the Zimbabwean Lives Matter hashtag.

We talk about what the hashtag means, how and why it came about, why online activism is just as equally important as offline activism, the role of celebrities and socialites during protests. We debunk a few pseudo-intellectual arguments surrounding society and structures and formats of protesting.

It's a pretty heavy episode, filled with anger and haphazard rants. But please do tune in, let's keep the conversation going, keep the momentum, don't ever let them forget that Zimbabwean Lives Matter!

Opening Song: Ndaremerwa - Holy Ten
Closing Song: Anocheta - Afrika Revenge
02
JUL

100. “Is This It? Is This The End?”

It's here, the episode that could possibly be the end of it all and it's packed!

We start of with the boy Aghast 'Mukwapayidzi weThing' Alsina who has dominated the news this past week for allegedly getting Will Smith's blessing to be in a physical relationship Jada. There's Nick Mangwana rant that turned into a corruption rand and ended up as a Ruvheneko rant try keep up.

The music segment as always is exciting, there's a little Van Choga in there, Sha Sha obvious. But what you should really be excited about is the Ask Uncle Kandizzle segment. It's juicy!

Tune in!
12
JUN

99. "The People's Episode"

Wow, shelf this one along with the classics!

Big shoutout to everyone who contributed to the episode, it was amazing hearing you guys speak about what the podcast means to you. What was even more amazing was hearing you guys say out your locations, making it easier for us when we want to follow up on that PayPal. Ha!

We packed this episode along with some exclusive drops from your favourite artists such as man of the moment Poptain, Leonard Mapfumo, Kikky Badass, Drissy Parker and many more.

Tune in to find out what you sound like on radio.

Thank you to everyone supporting us via Go Fund Me and thank you for this love letter. Mupoto Hive Hoye!
Let's Keep The Podcast Going
28
MAY

97. "Sahwira Mukuru."

Rest in Peace, Dumi, this episode is for you.

Mupoto Hive this is a fire episode, even by our incredibly high standards! We start by dissecting Nyaradzo's 'hands on' approach and rate their door to door delivery service. We give you the backstory, the ESPN like breakdown and answer the important questions like, "who the hell opened the gate?". How many celebrities do we have in Zim and how many can actually afford security? We celebrate Advocate Mahere on her recent appointment, and check out some new fire music from Soko Matema & Michael Chiunda, Enzo & Kandoro's sazita.

With contributions from you the hive, we talk body politics, and yup, there's a lot of learning and unlearning that needs to happen.

Tune in, it's another fire plate!

Support the podcast on paypal : sadzaintheampod@gmail.com
19
MAY

96. "The Cheating Industry Has Been The Biggest Victim Of This Lockdown."

Yo guys!

We are back for another episode of shit talking! We talk about the only fans issue and how beard gang caught one of the biggest Ls in recents history, apparently Stunner used to call Olinda bubbles and Nick wants to know why. Kandoro breaks down the beef between Zim Hip Hip Artists GZE & Noble and crowns the winner. He also explains how he ended up being part of Pungwe Sessions Vol 2 produced by the incredible Rymez. We also go through the feedback we got on racism in schools.

Our paypal details have changed to sadzaintheampod@gmail.com

Tune in, it's another incredible episode.

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