Coming up on Real Talk
Monday 3 July 2017
As the saying goes; “It’s so hard to say goodbye.” South African house music diva, Bucie Nqwiliso announced in April that she is leaving the music industry to focus on being a mother to her two sons.
She's bowing out of the game in style with the most recent release of her 5th studio album titiled ‘Rebirth’. Bucie has a string of popular singles to her name including the hits ‘Easy to love’ and ‘Superman’ which was later remixed by American rapper Drake.
Bucie joins Anele to get real on her career, motherhood as well as why she’s exiting so early from music.
Tuesday 4 July 2017
Tresor and The Muses
Today's guests are SAMA award winning singer, songwriter and producer Tresor and all-girl instrumentalists The Muses.
His music is a rich fusion of Africa and a testament of his great trek across the continent to find his greatness. He has written songs for some of South Africa’s greats like Zahara and has shared the stage with the likes of Lira, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Freshly Ground, Jesse and Johnny Clegg, and Prime Circle just to name a few. Tresor Riziki is a SAMA award winning singer, songwriter and producer.
We are also joined by The Muses, a proudly South African all-girl instrumentalists group, whose unique sound always leaves audiences in awe and dancing the night away to their electric, funky and vibey tunes from their 2 albums.
Wednesday 5 July 2017
Celest Ntuli and Tracy-Lee Oliver
Today Anele is joined by two of South Africa's successful comediennes.
Celest Ntuli impressed and had fellow comedians convinced in her break-out performance on the TV show So You Think You’re Funny?
Former Afrikaans Idols finalist Tracy-Lee Oliver has multiple talents with her talents extending to singing, acting and comedy.
Thursday 6 July 2017
Dr. Judy Dlamini
For many women climbing the corporate ladder and leadership positions has many challenges, as women continue to face prejudice based on their class, race and gender.
Anele is in conversation with Dr. Judy Dlamini who has just written a book Equal But Different, based on life story interviews with 14 women from diverse backgrounds, all of whom have risen to top leadership positions and who share their journeys.
Friday 7 July 2017
Bob Mabhena is an award-winning radio and television presenter who started his Radio career in 1989. He has worked his way up across many radio and TV stations to become a top executive heading up a number of stations before deciding to get back behind the Mic as Breakfast Host on Kaya FM.
After a decade on Kaya FM Bob Mabhena put down his mic in April 2017 and is now a top Executive at MSG Broadcasting.
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*Please note: this line-up was accurate on the day of being published and may change at the last minute.