Can a Makoti also be a feminist? A traditional wife and a married feminist share their experiences

Most African cultures are deeply patriarchal and the role of the makoti is usually that of a "helper or supporter" to the husband and his family. Many modern women who identify as feminists are rejecting this view as they seek to be treated fairly and to be seen as equal in marriage.
Can culture and feminism co-exist?
In this episode, Siya Tsewu speaks to a traditional wife and a married feminist on how they navigate marriage with their ideologies.

Host: Siya Tsewu
Produced and edited: Pam Magwaza