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SEP

Shane speaks to gospel musician Zaza Mokhethi.

Zaza Mokhethi is a rising South African Gospel artist. Zaza is best known as part of the platinum selling project Spirit of Praise. The equally successful Women of Praise project saw Zaza spread her creative wings by mentoring younger female singers and flexing her musical muscle as a producer.
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SEP

Shane speaks to musician, TV presenter and actor Martin Phike.

Many may remember him from Coca Cola Popstars group Ghetto Lingo but today Martin Phike, popularly known as “Martin PK” is an international award winning recording artist, TV Producer, Script Writer, Song Writer, Choir Director, TV Host, Author, Brand Ambassador, Philanthropist and Record Label CEO.
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AUG

Shane speaks to group members of Holy Life Family Lerato Mphaka and Pule Pule.

Shane speaks to group members of Holy Life Family Lerato Mphaka and Pule Pule. 19 years ago Reverend Abia Mophethe was entrusted with a vision to launch a musical group which would be a mouth piece of Christ. Led by the talented Mr Serame Buang, the group is made up of 5 ladies and 2 gents who are passionate soul winners, teachers and evangelists of God’s Word.
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JUL

Shane speaks to the Executive Head of EmpowaMen Sipho Mnyakeni.

EmpowaMen is a group of influential men who have organized themselves to broadcast a clarion call that says, “enough is enough!” With programmes Targeting C-Suite Executives, policy makers and influencers in various sectors, EmpowaMen facilitates ‘conversion’ conversations that confront toxic masculinity, redefine the modern man, and position men as partners in the eradication of gender-based violence. The programme creates a platform of reflection for men through thought provoking talks, lectures and other artistic vehicles (comedy, music, theatre, etc).

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