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What an enthralling and insightful interview between the versatile Khwezi Mthembu and Bishop Joshua Maponga the Creative Powerhouse, musician, motivational speaker, pan-Africanist, businessman and ordained bishop of the Pentecostal and Evangelical communities. The overall theme was centered around being African in the “civilized age”, what it means for the future and what is being left behind but should not be because it is the very essence of being children from KwaNtu. They touched on the importance of being one with nature, instead of relying on the disconnected theories of what civilization is. In the words of Bishop Maponga, “Real civilization is preservation”. They took a dive into concepts such as a borderless Africa, western governance being used to govern Africans, how we need to come home to our true nature and the misfortune of Africans always being the ones who have to negotiate their part of the table. Summing it up, it all boils down to “Sankofa”, meaning to look back on where we come from in order to know where we are going.
In an interaction with Khwezi Mthembu aka “Mr fear of being average” on Radio Langa, we got to delve into the mind and vision of Duduzane Zuma. A very sound and articulate man, who has clarity and firm intention, he let us know about his ideals as a potential president and expressed views on burning issues such as the condition of the country and where we could end up if we continue with the type of leadership we’re exposed to as citizens, and how most of the backlash is felt by the youth of South Africa ultimately. He shed light on how the desperation and lack of discernment in our leaders is herding us into murky waters, however, he believes that there’s nothing we can’t come back from if we took on an honest and open approach in all matters by holding each other accountable and devising inclusive strategies to move on.
The evergreen Speedy talks on the roots of his love for music, tracing it back to his grandmother being the initial inspiration. We learn how Bongo Maffin was formed, his recipe for timeless relevance in the music industry, his all new stance to open up the Industry through features, and how the classic white towel flung over his shoulder is still a wonder.
Ringo Madlingozi (born 12 December 1964) is a South African singer, songwriter, producer, and member of parliament. Madlingozi rose to fame when he and his band Peto won the Shell Road to Fame contest in 1986. He later formed a group called Gecko Moon with Alan Cameron, a fellow Peto member.