Film critic Gayle Edmunds says that the Black Panther movie was politically charged because of its representation.
Weekend Breakfast with Africa
This is the go-to place to know about the latest fashion, food, trends and everything that is happening in Cape Town.
Africa sets the stage for lively and pacey discussion to keep listeners entertained and in the know, offering both fun and insightful perspectives.
Weekend Breakfast is essential listening for people interested in the good life.
Certified biomimicry professional & founder of Biomimicry SA Claire Janisch chats about how biomimicry can help humans adapt.
‘Each cyclist on the tour is given a path and we have to raise a certain amount of money every year’ - Yusuf Morris, cyclist
Founder of Warrior on Wheels Deirdré Gower chats about her excitement leading up to the event.
Bonita Bennett says that the walk happens every year on the 11th Feb because that's when District 6 was declared a white area.
Movie writer Gayle Edmunds talks about the film, ‘The Disaster Movie’ & the implications of Franco's sexual assault allegations.
Executive Director at The South African Fraud Prevention Service Manie van Schalkwyk chats about how people get duped in February.
Healthcare practitioner Dr Saleema Nosarka joins Africa to chat about reproductive health, and the ideal conditions to conceive.
Movie writer Gayle Edmunds says that the film is very much a character movie that takes place in a tight environment.