Tired of wasting your data on listening to international podcasters? Here are a few of our favourite podcasts made by local millennials.
Sunday Service - Created by Elu Eboka and Tinuke Eboka
Elu Eboka is a talented music producer and sound engineer who has worked with the likes of Beat Sampras and Albany Lore. Most recently he has scored a fashion film for Koeksuster, a web series called Suffering and is currently working with Stage 5 Film for a BBC piece. His sister, Tinuke Eboka, is a talented fashion stylist and South African influencer who has appeared in campaigns for brands like Spree. These 20-something siblings, of Nigerian descent, are on a mission to shed light on local and international culture and trends with their Sunday Service podcast - which airs on Sundays (obviously).
LISTEN TO THEIR PODCAST
Lesser Known Bodies - Created by Simmi Areff
If you have or want a career in the media or entertainment industry, then Lesser Known Somebodies is the podcast for you. Comedian Simmi Areff chats with South African journalists, actors, presenters and entertainers about their personal journeys within the industry. Expect to receive relevant nuggets of wisdom from the best in the business.
LISTEN TO HIS PODCAST HERE
Lesser Known Somebodies is also available on iTunes.
In My 20s - Created by Rutendo Nyamuda
Navigating your twenties, and even your thirties can be excruciatingly painful for most of us. Thankfully, PR and Communications Director and 20-something, Rutendo Nyamuda, of Zimbabwean descent, created a podcast, titled, In My 20s, that aims to shed light on what 20 and 30-somethings in South Africa are really going through. Rutendo's quirky personality and background in journalism make for an entertaining and intellectually-stimulating listening experience.
LISTEN TO HER PODCAST
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