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13
JAN

Minnie Ntuli: My Unpopular Opinion

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many lives. One of the biggest changes was that almost every single person in the country had to stay home. Which meant working from home. For some, this was a major adjustment that they had to get used to, and clearly it's not as fun as it always seemed.
08
DEC
2020

Mike V: Cassper Nyovest on 2020

Cassper Nyovest has led the SA music industry during an impossibly difficult year, and Mike V caught up with Mufasa to find out how he's remained defiant and productive.
17
NOV
2020

DJ Zinhle's Stand Out 2020

Despite a tough set of circumstances, DJ Zinhle has continued her legacy of excellence in 2020. She's pivoted from music into the business realm, and now, she's ready to reveal a few of the secrets to her success! She takes Mike V through her incredible year.
14
OCT
2020

Mike V squares-off against a table tennis superstar

Earlier this month, Durban was awarded hosting rights for the World Table Tennis Championship. It's only the second time that the event is taking place on African soil, and to find out more about the event, Mike V spoke to the President of the South African Table Tennis Board, Joe Carrim. 
"It's extremely exciting for our players, and the kick-off should be to develop a professional league by 2023," says Mr Carrim.
Mike wanted to join in the fun, so he organised a match against renowned eThekwini coach, Reggie Naidoo. Could Mike avoid embarrassment? Listen below to find out.
17
SEP
2020

Mike V: This Week in History

A plane crash, the first case of terrible flu in South Africa, and the resignation of a President. James Ball breaks down the third week of September.
13
SEP
2020

Mike V: Can I protect my post?

A hysterical Tweet, or glowing Instagram post, might be your path to fame and riches. So, how can I protect my online content? Mike V chats to James Davies, a legal expert from Adams and Adams Attorneys, to find out more.
13
SEP
2020

Mike V: Langa Mavuso on #PlayLocal

Langa Mavuso is one of South Africa's most captivating vocalists, and he is set to drop his debut album soon. His second single, called "Panther," is a production masterpiece, and features a genre-bending collaboration with Yanga Chief. Langa tells Mike V about this soulful jam.
13
SEP
2020

Mike V: Jeremy Loops on #PlayLocal

Jeremy Loops has topped South African charts for much of the last decade, and he returns with a new single called "By The Way." Mike V gets the lowdown on this exciting new release.
06
SEP
2020

Mike V: Aewon Wolf and Rey Oceans on #PlayLocal

Aewon Wolf and Rey Oceans have dropped a new collaboration, and Mike V caught up with the two KZN-based artists to find out more. It's been a productive lockdown for both musicians, and we get some insight into this uplifting track on #PlayLocal.
02
SEP
2020

Mike V: This week in history

The start of a war, the discovery of a famous shipwreck, and a departure into interstellar space. Find out what happened in the first week of September with local historian, James Ball.
01
SEP
2020

Mike V: 200 000 year old beds found in KZN

A research team at Border Cave in Northern KZN have made a remarkable discovery - evidence that people have been using grass as bedding for the last 200 000 years. Mike V was intrigued by this story - how is it possible to tell that grassy remnants are hundreds of thousands of years old? How did these early modern humans live? Professor Lyn Wadley of Wits University, a researcher at the site, took Mike inside this wonderful discovery

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