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The noted.man Podcast, Episode 2 – Mr Kojo Baffoe

He is a writer, editor, speaker and former broadcaster. Mr Kojo Baffoe is also a former editor of three magazines, including two stints at Destiny Man Magazine. In a wide ranging interview, Baffoe talks about mindfulness, biking, raising a girl, his father’s influence and compromise. Nearly two years after the collapse of Ndalo Media, he also reflects on the experience that put an end to his second run at Destiny Man and how he learned to draw a line under it, let go and found peace.

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noted.dialogues: The Podcast Episode 1 – Athi Patra Ruga

The Artist Athi Patra Ruga was born in East London in the Eastern Cape, and after years of living and working in Johannesburg and Cape Town, he has re-rooted himself in his home province. He spoke to us from the idyllic surroundings of Hogsback, a stone’s throw away from Alice, where one finds the famed…

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The noted.man Podcast Episode 1: Mr Lebogang Rasethaba

In our first episode of The noted.man Podcast, we talk to the Documentary Filmmaker, Lebogang Rasethaba about fatherhood, baking, identity, optimism and Patriarchy. Mr Lebogang Rasethaba values being a father, above all else. But he is also a successful filmmaker, who happens to be a CIS-het black, African, husband (if you read his recent piece…

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Hip-hop, paranoia and finding home

Mr Lebogang Rasethaba is a Filmmaker whose work illuminates the Black experience through history, popular culture and identity. He is the acclaimed Director of the documentaries “The People Versus The Rainbow Nation” and “Prisoner 46764: the Untold Legacy of Andrew Mlangeni” and is currently in edit for the sequel to perhaps his best known film, “Future Sounds of…

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Madondo’s Jazz masterclass

Bongani Madondo

In January – as has been tradition for as long as we can recall – Gauteng regional radio station Kaya FM dedicated the month to Jazz. Dubbed Jazzuary, the month was a celebration of the art form and this year they added an informative new element: jazz masterclasses. The masterclasses took the form of conversations in jazz,…

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Imbawula | Intimate stories of our shared humanity

Imbawula Hlubi Mboya

Another intimate night at the Bassline in Newtown Johannesburg at the last Imbawula of 2015, saw four extremely different storytellers come together to share some really personal stories in an effort to raise money for the Quarphix foundation – a youth development NGO that gives a leg up to disadvantaged youth. MS ALUWANI RATSHIUNGO was there.…

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