K.F. Jr and Darryl endeavour to tear down the artificial borders of an Africa once united on their show No Borders. The hosts of the hugely popular Zim Conversations take their discussion to the rest of Africa in solidarity to Pan-Africanism and the sharing of knowledge and wealth on the continent. No Borders seeks to take a conversation to every African, focusing on day to day matters and topics that affect the 21st Century individual. From continental Politics, Current Affairs, Music, Arts & Culture, the duo will tackle them on No Borders.
English South AfricaSociety & Culture · NewsAuthored by K.F. Malindi Jr and Darryl Nyamutsamba
K.F. tackles the MDC's recent controversial US visit with Chadya Tapiwa Diamond - cosmopolitan, legal practitioner and AfriChair analyst. South African-based Zimbabwean hip hop artist and radio host Don Dada also pulls through to drop some new music and kick it with K.F.
No Borders hosts Lawrence Dube, Managing Consultant at World Wealth Consulting, to discuss the recently announced Zimbabwe 2018 Budget. Zimbabwean jazz musician and saxophonist Vee Mukarati also pulls through to talk about the influence of music in politics, and his new album - Nyamavhuvhu Night Sounds.
K.F. and Darryl sit down with President of the Zim/SA Forum, Anele Ndlovu and Botswana-based Digital Marketer Simba Mudereri to discuss the economic implications of Robert Mugabe's resignation. The team also analyses the legalities of the Libyan situation.
The seemingly elusive Dr Nkosana Moyo joins K.F. to shed light on his party's agenda and strategy. The two discuss his illustrious career, time in government, and the Alliance for the People's Agenda - its mission, vision, and promise to the people of Zimbabwe ahead of Election 2018.
K.F. and Darryl explore the strengths and weaknesses of the opposition ahead of the 2018 Election. They put Acie Lumumba and Tajamuka South Africa Head Tino Mambeu to task regarding their movements, and scrutinise the opposition as a whole.
K.F. sits down with the seemingly reclusive Zimbabwean political party, Alliance for People's Agenda (APA). In studio is the party's Interim Secretary General, Albert Gumbo, who sheds light on the party's vision, mission and core principles.
This week K.F. and Darryl talk to award-winning Zimbabwean caucasian DJ, DJ Stavo, who breaks down his work ethic and rise to stardom. South African radio guru and founder of the Time of my Life events company, Gideon Mongwe takes us through his career and the upcoming Time of my…
K.F. and Darryl play host to Durban-based Angolan artist Bistah, South Africans Tuko and Just Pete, and Nigerian Lumie Lee - who all drop some new music and discuss the collaborative space that the African music industry is currently in.
K.F. is joined by guest host and SA music magazine editor Darryl Nyamutsamba for an enthralling discussion with Tehn Diamond, Jnr Brown and Take Fizzo: collectively known as Few Kings. Their latest offering, TFAF2 (The Feeling Ain't Fear) is dissected for its socio-political messaging and fearlessness! Myke Pimp and Kikky…
K.F. and guest host Mandisa Jiyane host a multi-cultural, multi-faceted African art exhibition this week. US-based comedian Alfred Kainga fresh off his African tour, Durban house sensation TDK Macassette, and Soweto's multi-talented Linda Mash all make for another great episode of No Borders.
Hip Hop Scholar & Artist, Fitjo SOA (Son Of Africa), gives a prolific lecture on the roots of Hip Hop and 'The Five Elements'. Together with K.F. they delve into the revolutionary premise of music in Africa!
No Borders gets on the phone with Joe Parker of Parker's Comedy and Jive in anticipation of US-based Zimbabwean Alfred Kainga's stand up performance next weekend. Zim RnB legend Sanii Makhalima joins the show to discuss recent exploits and the state of RnB in Zimbabwe. And don't miss the season…
PR and communications strategist, L.J. Shangase joins No Borders as K.F.'s guest host. Together they get into an in depth talk with Barbara Kamba-Nyathi, author, psychological counsellor, mentor, inspirational speaker, and a survivor of cervical cancer. Prolific actress Manaka Ranaka takes the duo through the hardships of abuse and violence…
No Borders bids farewell to Kamu as he ventures into new territories. However, K.F. keeps it pushing and holds it down this week with 15-year-old femcee and songwriter Gabby Moyce who drops her single 'Queendom'. Nicola Coundourakis, managing founder of Pledger Africa, returns to the show to give an update…
Producer and artist Fenesse pulls through to No Borders to drop his breakout single 'Tuesday Morning.' Darryl Nyamutsamba and Plot Mhako - organisers of Zimbabwe's first ever Hip Hop Summit - also stop by to discuss their groundbreaking feat. Episode 12 of the MTV Shuga Radio Drama Series airs as…
Kamu sits down with Rapn3rd - a third generation up and coming rap artist debuting his first single, 'Dreams'. Prepare for a pulsating and eye-opening journey to the heart of what makes the African and global music scene.
This week Kamu speaks to the talented Maseng Manwaane. The Afro pop songstress talks pop culture, breaking into an enclosed African industry, and drops her latest single 'Mi Amor'. Episode 10 of The MTV Shuga radio drama series airs as we draw closer to the finale!
Polokwane singer, songwriter and rapper Keabetswe 'Keyz' Ntsoane joins Kamu to discuss his dedication to the creation of a style of music that incorporates soul, hip hop and dance. He drops his latest track 'Flashing Lights'... and episode 9 of the MTV Shuga radio drama series airs.
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