Inspiring the African Continent while shifting the way the world sees and understands her potential

Listen in to a community of empowered Africa- focused thought leaders and change makers as they spotlight the complexities and issues facing the Continent  in a provocative and engaging way.

If you are new to audio casts, think of them like little radio shows that you can listen to at your convenience. They are perfect to listen to as you workout, plan your next board meeting or conquer the world.

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Next Culture Lab- Jocelyne Muhutu Remy

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Yewande Omotoso engages media executive, journalist and news junkie Jocelyne Muhutu Remy on the transient lives of African on the continent and in the Diaspora.

Sound design: Tim Pringle, Origin Audio

Recorded by: Sotho Mafia

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Who wrote the gender script? – Simi Dosekun

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Yewande Omotso speaks to author, Phd candidate and Nigerian feminist Simi Dosekunabout her research titled “New Styles of Femininity in Nigeria”.

Sound design: Tim Pringle, Origin Audio

Recorded by: Sotho Mafia

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Sole Rebels – Bethlehem Tilahun

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Yewande Omotso speaks to entrepreneur and founder of Sole Rebels, Bethlehem Tilahun based in Addis Ababa about her internationally recognised brand and how it marries simple design and innovation with good business ethics and concern for the environment.

Sound design: Tim Pringle, Origin Audio

Recorded by: Sotho Mafia

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From the Criminal Courtrooms to the Lecture Halls – Kelly Gillespie

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Anthropology Researcher, lecturer and co-founder of the Johannesburg Theory and Criticsm Workshop, Kelly Gillespie speaks to Yewande Omotoso, about her interest in criminal courtrooms, prisons and feminist activism.

Sound design: Tim Pringle, Origin Audio

Recorded by: Sotho Mafia

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Reflections from Ghana’s best-known woman novelist – Ama Ata Aidoo

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In this podcast, Yewande Omotoso introduces us to one of her own inspirations in her journey as a writer – Ama Ata Aidoo.  A woman with incredible creative range as a writer, poet, playwright, and academic, Aidoo invites listeners to join her and a group of youth at a recent writers’ workshop in Ghana as she shares her experiences of maturing as a writer.

Sound design: Tim Pringle, Origin Audio

Recorded by: Sotho Mafia

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Bridging the Education Gap:TeachSA – Dr Mothomang Diaho

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Yewande Omotoso speaks to medical doctor and CEO of TeachSA, Dr Mothomang Diaho on innovative solutions to tackle education inequity in South Africa.

Sound design: Tim Pringle, Origin Audio

Recorded by: Sotho Mafia

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International Encounters Documentary Festival – Lesedi Oluko Moche

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Lesedi Oluko Moche, Festival Director of the annual International Encounters Documentary Festival, speaks to Yewande Omotoso about the value and power of documentary films in helping us share our personal and cultural narratives with the world.

Sound design: Tim Pringle (Origin Audio)

Recorded by: Leon Erasmus, Yebo Studios

 

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Futures Thinking – Geci Karuri-Sebina

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Yewande Omotoso speaks to Geci Karuri-Sebina, founding member, chair and director of the South African Node at The Millennium Project and executive manager of programmes at SA Cities Network. Geci is a foresight enthusiast and visionary who likes to be part of Africa’s bigger developmental picture.

Sound design: Tim Pringle (Origin Audio) Content developer: Natalia Molebatsi

Recorded by: Leon Erasmus ( Yebo Studios)

 

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Food & Community – Karen Dudley

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Yewande Omotoso reflects on an interview Uma Ramiah had with Karen Dudley, dynamic foodie and cook behind the deli – The Kitchen, and the newly opened Dining Room in Woodstock, Cape Town. Listen in as Karen speaks about her delicious creations, her great success and from where she draws her inspiration.

Sound design: Tim Pringle (Origin Audio)

Recorded by: Hans Music

 

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