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01

Let There Be Light (Work)

The inaugural episode of Sizoba'Right with Sibs and Stan! We discuss alignment, how and why we created a podcast together, use the word absolutely way too much, sing a few songs, define our understanding of lightwork and give you an idea of what to expect in the episodes and seasons to come.
02

Sizoba'Right like Ms Cosmo

We talk switching careers, fighting for your rights in corporate SA and taking local hip hop to global heights with South African hip-hop's principal female DJ and music producer, Nonqaba "Ms Cosmo" Rwaxa.
05

Sizoba'Right with Rapelang Rabana

This week we get to spend quality time with the Founder of Rekindle Learning, serial tech entrepreneur and keynote speaker, Rapelang Rabana in our most open and moving conversation to date and one that deserves your ear for all 60 minutes.
06

Sizoba'Right like Atto Tetteh

In our first ever recording, we got to spend some time with award-winning Ghanaian 🇬🇭 mens fashion wear designer, Atto Tetteh. He explains how experiencing childhood trauma, spending time in national service and watching his entrepreneurial mother led him to his passion.
www.attotetteh.com
07

Asikho'Right like and by South African Men

We asked a handful of South African men to comment on #AmINext and tell us what role or contribution they felt they could make to address/end the scourge of violence and murder of innocents at the hands of men. This is what they had to say.
08

Sizoba'Right like Seth Shezi

We speak to lifestyle brand strategist, fashion content creator and GQ's best dressed man (2018) Seth Shezi about his "sheltered" childhood, traveling the world to stay sane and transforming his love for the finer things in life into a dazzling career!

9 episodes