Were you even prepared for this podcast?

AFDA graduate , actor and writer Sabelo Ndumo opens a can of worms on creativity, corporates and collaboration.
With high energy and unfiltered truths , we touch on everything as it pertains to navigating artistry , blackness and our personal and private blindspots.
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14 Apr 2021 English South Africa Arts · Performing Arts

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