The Gilmore Tee Vibe

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A Zimbabwean focused show that touches on all things Zimbabwean… from topical tunes, lifestyle, entertainment and everything that gives an inside view of the country. The show has perspectives from Zimbabweans across the globe. Gilmore Tee is an award-winning Entrepreneur, TV Host & Producer, Fashion Facilitator, PR Consultant, Podcaster and Global Citizen from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He is one of the most opinionated Zimbabweans whose voice is heard on different platforms.

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13
JUL
2018

Sonny Jermain

Gilmore Tee talks to award-winning author Sonny Jermain on his debut book, 'I Deserve To Be; Self-Worth Is A Silent Killer'. Sonny Jermain explores on artistry, astronomy, astrology and ancestry. In this conversation he jumps deep into money, manhood, sex, and power... topics he covers in the book.
06
JUL
2018

Zimbabwe This Week + Zim Music

This week Gilmore Tee gives an update on what made headlines in Zimbabwean entertainment, politics and current affairs. He also plays music from Stones Moyo, M.U.S.E, Few Kings, ASAPH, Takura, Chiwoniso Maraire, and Yung Tyran.
22
JUN
2018

World Sickle Cell Day

Tuesday 19 June was World Sickle Cell Day. Gilmore talks to Sharifu Kiragga Tusuubirau from Uganda who is living with the disease and he finds out how he manages his day to day life. Sharifu also sheds some light on how being born with Sickle Cell Disease inspired him to work in the medical space and also create awareness around the disease. Featured on the show is multi award winning Zimbabwean Dance Crew - Antivirus, who are currently running a dance for fitness initiative with the aim to promote a healthy lifestyle, while having fun. Gilmore plays out with a brand new song KHETHA, from Mimi​e​ Ft Reverb 7.
15
JUN
2018

Meet ETV Scandal's ChiChi - MBO MAHOC

Gilmore talks to the inspirational Actress, MBO MAHOCS on her on screen debut with ETV's Scandal. This is her first ever radio show after getting the role of ChiChi on South Africa's top television soapie. Together, they talk about MBO's journey, the struggle of being a girl child in the arts industry, getting thick skin & the importance of chasing ones dreams. Gilmore plays 3 of MBO MAHOCS favourite songs.
01
JUN
2018

The Journey, Awards & Real Talk

Gilmore has real talk with award-winning actress Lady Tshawe and award-winning hip hop act ASAPH on their journey, spirituality, sexual harassment in the creative space, what it means winning an award, and touching on the basics. He plays Body and Brighter Days by ASAPH.
18
MAY
2018

Social Entrepreneurship & Young People in Politics

This week on the Gilmore Tee Vibe, Zimbabwean Social Entrepreneur & Young Politician - Nkosana George Mazibisa shares his journey as an entrepreneur and why he decided to get into politics by joining ZANU-PF. Miss Noma joins in to give Zimbabwean headlines on the fuel increase, the rollout of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Vaccination for young girls and Jessie Majome leaving MDC-T to contest as an independent candidate. The show features Bekezela's song BEKEZELA.
11
MAY
2018

Preserving Culture Through Innovation

Mandela Washington Fellow and fashion designer, Rudo Nondo talks about preserving culture through innovation. She shares on her works with women and artisans from Zimbabwe, Swaziland, and across Southern Africa. Together with Gilmore, they explore how one can tell their stories through things that are unique to them and their culture. Gilmore plays out the show with Senegalese Titi’s La Lionne.
04
MAY
2018

The Bulawayo Arts Awards et al

Gilmore Tee and guest host Sheenah Moyo give highlights on the Harare International Festival of the Arts, Zimbabwe International Trade Fair 2018, Chance The Rapper's trip to Victoria Falls, and also share part of the speech by Honourable Martin Moyo, during the Bulawayo City Council's ZITF Cocktail. Together they go through the Bulawayo Arts Awards nominees list and make suggestions on who should perform at the event. Simon Mambazo Phiri also shares in-depth information on his journey in the creative industry and highlights on what to expect at the Bulawayo Arts Awards 2018.
20
APR
2018

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe celebrates 38 years of independence and this episode features different Zimbabweans from all walks of life, sharing their thoughts on what independence means to them, their disappointments, their wow moments, and what they hope for in the coming years. Gilmore also talks about the Vice President of Zimbabwe firing nurses, and the national UHURU celebrations for the 18th of April 2018 - Zimbabwe's Independence Day.
13
APR
2018

Zim Cricket Circus, Music & Zim Achievers Awards

In this episode, Gilmore has Grant Moyo on the show, talking about the Zim Cricket Circus. They touch on how the firing of Coach Heath Streak and his technical team might affect the Zimbabwe Cricket Team ahead of the July T20 matches. Zim hip hop act Takura shares on his debut album, while Mbo Mahocs gives the lowdown on the SA edition of Zim Achievers Awards and blogger Lee Scheepers rounds up Day 1 and 2 of SA Fashion Week. Gilmore plays White Tee by KNG BL and closes the show with Mai Mwana by Takura.
06
APR
2018

Arts, Culture & the City of Bulawayo

Authorities in many countries often want to make use of the arts in nation-building to foster cohesion and an understanding of certain values and principles that embody a country's perceived identity. Because the arts often hold up a mirror to society and reflect narratives and stories that resonate with citizens, it is an ideal way to reach the community.​ In this episode, Gilmore and Tswarelo talk to His Honourable, the Mayor of Bulawayo Martin Moyo on the arts, culture and the city. He also gives an update on the passing of Winnie Mandela​, firing of people at Zim Cricket and the fire that destroyed a building at Plumtree High School. Plus catch the last episode of MTV Shuga Down South drama series.
16
MAR
2018

Of the Ndebele Kingship... not Kingdom

Many questions have been thrown around the coronation of the Ndebele King in Zimbabwe. The High Court blocked the planned coronation of Mr Bulelani Colin Lobengula Khumalo as King of Ndebele on grounds that there was no law in the country allowing the establishment of a monarch. Joining Gilmore in studio is Mr Effie Ncube from the Crowne Council and one of Zimbabwe's opinionated social commentators, Busi Bhebhe. Together with Gilmore, Busi asks pertinent questions about the crowning of the King and what this implies to the people of Zimbabwe. Conversely, Effie Ncube who works directly with the Crown Council, sheds some light on the Kingship. The show looks at current affairs news, entertainment, sports and another MTV Shuga Down South episode.

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