Conversations with My Big Sister Linda Sifumba

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The show is the big sister we wish we had. It is a soul replenishing show focused on having conversations perceived to be taboo. We speak on subjects that our society is thirsty to hear about. Most of the show is unscripted because we do not want to deprive our guests from authentically unpacking they’re hearts.

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Conversations With My Big Sister Linda Sifumba - Anele Siswana

Linda Sifumba chats to Anele a clinical psychologist and lecture in the department of psychology at the University of Johannesburg. He specialises in critical studies of men and masculinity centred on (Xhosa male initiation). His work extends to queer masculinities within culture. He is a queer (gay) man.

He is also a therapist, a healer who’s work is located on African healing systems / African spirituality and therapy. He heals at multiple levels where he incorporates both western-euro ways of knowing (psych) and African epistemologies. This allows him to operate from a space of indigenous practices and epistemological justice.

Conversations With My Big Sister Linda Sifumba - Jeanette

A shoe brand called Matsidiso range made of ethically handcrafted, modern shoes with an African twist. An authentic brand made in South Africa. Jeanette explores Cultures colliding as she, being an American, being married to a South African man how she navigated finding her identity and self in a completely different Country.

Conversations With My Big Sister Linda Sifumba - Lauren

Lauren unpacks on different options when it comes to a female who insists on not keeping a baby and further explores how to go about in taking care of the babe if the woman decides to keep it. she speaks on her organisation - Life Choice Benoni- that helps young and older women who are pregnant.

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