I Know What You're Thinking

KAYA FM  |  Podcast , ±21 min episodes every 1 hour  | 
'I know what you're thinking' is an inquisitive take on socio-cultural aspects familiar to Afropolitans. Using storytelling to look at quiet curiosities - the kind we think about when waiting for a kettle to boil, waiting for the tub to fill, waiting briefly at the traffic lights, driving on auto-pilot or looking at a piece of art yourself in a gallery – we ponder on life. Through all this we look at correlations and the often elusive causations in our everyday existences.

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26
SEP
2018

Fragments-Reading

Lindokuhle Nkosi is a writer straddling Cape Town and Joburg and has contributed for various publications. She presents works that she’s been previously commissioned for as well as some from her Master’s dessertation. Her’s is a fragmanted world that is non linear where she weaves mythologies dripping with violence. She compels us to relook at the definition of this violence in its different manifestations.
Kaya FM Website
26
SEP
2018

The Idea of Character

A look at how modern day media appropriates ‘characters’ a they appear in adverts, PR and the literary world. The podcast features documentarian, Tseliso Monaheng and reputation manager and author, Andrew K. Miller.
Kaya FM Website
26
SEP
2018

FOMO and facebook philosophy

Posited as a platform for connecting the world, Facebook’s local narrative advocates for identity politics, the woke generation and public intellectualism amongst other things. This podcast illuminates these trends through the voice of long time public opinionista Masello Motana.
Kaya FM Website
26
SEP
2018

Gaming

A look at the at how contemporary narratives feed into the world of gaming culture emergent from the African continent and the rest of the global south. The podcast features game developers Mr Media X (SA), Nahom (Ethiopia), Adeline Tushabe (Uganda), Michael Setiadi (Indonesia), Gabriel Leite ( Brazil). These individuals are all candidates of Goethe Institut’s Game Mixer.
Kaya FM Website
26
SEP
2018

Food Security

Food security is by far one of the biggest news makers within a drought ridden Africa. But what does the language surrounding it mean. Are we running out of food? Is there food but only a few have access to it? Through the eyes of food activist and entrepreneur, Mapheu Pule, we look at the value chain of food as it emerges from the ground to how it land on the plate in most household in the township. Professor Emmanuel Mukwevho from the University Of the North West also lets us in on how obesity and food insecurity can be bed fellows.
Kaya FM Website
26
SEP
2018

The Vinyl Story

Most narratives surrounding vinyl are about how it has made an amazing come back. But is nostalgia all there is to the culture? Beyond nostalgia we probe how the vinyl culture intersects with history, geography and commerce. This we learn by having co-founder of Keleketla, university lecturer and kwaito enthusiast, Rangoato ‘Ra’ Hlasane to tell us his experiences with vinyl. Collector and storyteller, Zara Julius, opens our world to her fascination with sounds from the global south on vinyl; while record bar owner,Kevin Stuart lets us in on the trends within the space.
Kaya FM Website
26
SEP
2018

Running Joburg

How does an African city run and most of all how does the language of policy affect city dwellers?We look at these questions through the lens of Johannesburg, a city that is rapidly urbanising and has people from all over the African continent laying their claim to it. On our journey we meet poet and long time Joburger, Richard ‘Quaz’ Roodt, who guides us through the forces at play in modern day Joburg. We also have husband and wife, Professor Loren Landau and Professor Caroline Wanjiku Kihato to speak about the language of incentives that should apply to an African City.
Kaya FM Website

7 episodes