Best T In the City: Speaks to award-winning Director Ofentse Mwase

The Best T In the City with Tbose recently spoke to Award-winning South African filmmaker behind Ofentse Mwase Films. He is also one half of popular YouTube channel ran alongside his wife Nelisiwe Mwase. He is the director behind some of our Mzansi’s favorite music videos such as Prince Kaybee’s Fetch Your Life, Big Zulu’s Imali… Continue reading Best T In the City: Speaks to award-winning Director Ofentse Mwase

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Thomas and Skhumba: Kaya 959 listeners give real-time updates on National Shutdown

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Law Enforcement Agencies are on high alert and have through the National Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure (NatJOINTS), put measures in place to ensure the safety and security of South Africans amidst threats of a national shutdown. Police and other law enforcement agencies said they had put measures in place, through the National Joint Operational… Continue reading Thomas and Skhumba: Kaya 959 listeners give real-time updates on National Shutdown

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‘Tugela Fairy’ Simmy goes Platinum

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By: Natasha Archary  South Africa’s “Tugela Fairy”, Simmy joined DJ Keyez on The Ultimate Kaya 959 Top 30 as the first in-studio guest. Her first album Tugela Fairy has just gone Platinum and the singer was surprised with her certified plaque from Sony and EI World. Simphiwe Nhlangulela, better known by her stage name Simmy, gained prominence… Continue reading ‘Tugela Fairy’ Simmy goes Platinum

Kaya Drive: What’s the verdict on washing meat before cooking?

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By: Natasha Archary  To wash the meat or not to wash the meat before cooking? And the verdict is still out on this one, although most people who do cook say washing meat before cooking is necessary. The discussion came up on Kaya Drive with Sizwe Dhlomo and immediately sparked a debate amongst the team… Continue reading Kaya Drive: What’s the verdict on washing meat before cooking?

Midday Joy: The legend that is Mandla Spikiri

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By: Natasha Archary The “King DON Father” behind the South African bass line, Mandla Spikiri joined Midday Joy with Unathi, talking about all the songs he has been instrumental in producing for himself, his group Trompies and for the countless other artists he has worked with over the years. Mandla Daniel Mofokeng, better known as… Continue reading Midday Joy: The legend that is Mandla Spikiri

Thomas and Skhumba: When an apology doesn’t feel genuine

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Apologising is NOT easy, but it is necessary. And it’s one of those things when you do, you have to do properly. Being direct and taking responsibility for your actions is a good way to say that you are sorry. Statements like “I wanted to tell you I’m sorry”, “sorry, it was all my fault”,… Continue reading Thomas and Skhumba: When an apology doesn’t feel genuine

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Thomas and Skhumba: What’s your point of no return in friendships?

There is nothing as draining as a toxic friendship that doesn’t add value to your life. But, most people have those kind of friends, those who are constantly not pulling their weight and taking more than they give. At some point, you may feel that you and a friend don’t connect anymore, whether you find… Continue reading Thomas and Skhumba: What’s your point of no return in friendships?

It’s a celebration of Modiselle sisterhood on Midday Joy with Unathi

By: Natasha Archary  This Wednesday was a #WomenCrushWednesday celebration of Modiselle sisterhood on Midday Joy with Unathi, when the ladies co-hosted the show. Not only was it 3-hours of raucous laughter, joy and positive vibes both on-air and off-air, the energy and dance lessons made for a Wednesday well spent. With time flying past, Midday… Continue reading It’s a celebration of Modiselle sisterhood on Midday Joy with Unathi

Best T In The City: Casual sex during Covid 19 – Deal with salt or kiss the virus?

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COVID 19 has changed the way we interact with others, and you can only imagine how it has affected single people. The first culprit is casual sex…it is risky. It is a choice between dealing with salt or kissing the virus. According to research,  There is currently no evidence that the COVID-19 virus is transmitted… Continue reading Best T In The City: Casual sex during Covid 19 – Deal with salt or kiss the virus?

Thomas and Skhumba: Glenvista High learners burn school after refusing to write exam

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By Kaya 959 Reporter The Gauteng Department of Education will not spend a cent towards the refurbishment of the Glenvista High School after learners set it alight on Monday. It is alleged that learners refused to write a scheduled exam and instead set an area of the school on fire. Thomas and Skhumba asked Kaya… Continue reading Thomas and Skhumba: Glenvista High learners burn school after refusing to write exam

Best T In The City: Do you #WantToKnowEVERYTHING about your partner?

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How well do you know your partner? Do they have the qualities that help you become a better person? Are you one of those partners that wants to know everything about their partner? The historical background about the number of sexual partners is always 3 even bo ma’thaosand.#WantToKnowEVERYTHING pic.twitter.com/jEr3mcRl1o — Motho wa Modimo (@MModimo) August… Continue reading Best T In The City: Do you #WantToKnowEVERYTHING about your partner?

Thomas and Skhumba: What is the shortest job you’ve had?

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While leaving a job too soon can be great for your pocket, mental health or your family, leaving too soon can also put you at a disadvantage for future prospects. Job hopping can be a strategic way to move up in your career, but prospective employers might look at your resume with one eyebrow raised.… Continue reading Thomas and Skhumba: What is the shortest job you’ve had?