Rami and Romeo chat to Mzansi's finest thespian, Sello Maake Ka-Ncube, about his love and passion for theatre. From playing Shakespeare's Julius Caesar to shows like The Lion King and The Suit, he has done it all. Most importantly, he encourages young thespians to play with language as a lifestyle.
16 Oct 2017
Health & Fitness · Society & Culture
Rami and Romeo introduce their new show and talk about what it's all about and what to expect. They then discuss the impact of social media in our day to day lives, and how it influences family dynamics.
Renate Stuurman and Thabiso Mahlape join Rami and Romeo to talk about the importance of following your dreams (and actually getting paid for it), the strength of believing in yourself against all odds, and running your race at all costs. They also discuss friends who support your work by putting…
Kwela Tebza take the team through their musical journey and team dynamics. They share their parents' influence and the dreams and aspirations for the future of Kwela in a fast-paced music industry and most of all, their spirit of brotherhood.
They come from different walks of life, got together and formed this soon-to-be movement called Rubber Duc. They talk about the hustle and hard work that went into their music. Their humility and circle of trust make them stand head and shoulders above the rest. They're Duckin' BeLightful!
Dr Tim Tebeila and Claire Mawisa talk to Rami and Romeo about their life journeys. Claire is an urban city girl who hit the floor running at only 14 years old and started travelling the world. Tim was a rural boy with dreams and aspirations that went beyond his 'backwood'…