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Thomas and Skhumba: Buying Christmas clothes for the kids

By Katlego Sekhu Last week, on The Morning show, we spoke about Christmas trees, and as it turned out, many people did not have them growing up. But what most South Africans looked forward to was Christmas clothes – assuming that tradition still goes on. This morning, Thomas and Skhumba ask Kaya 959 listeners if they have bought new clothes for Christmas. Thomas remembers his grandmother taking him shopping around […]

today08/12/2021

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Thomas and Skhumba: Do you remember your last day of matric exams?

By Katlego Sekhu Over the past couple of weeks, we have kept you updated on what exam the class of 2021 was writing and yesterday was technically the last day if you do not count today’s CAT & IT rewrite. "Do you remember your last day of Matric Exams? What did it look like? What did you do with your uniform?" Skhumba asked Kaya 959 listeners in the third hour […]

today07/12/2021

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Thomas and Skhumba: How many COVID-19 tests have you done?

By Katlego Sekhu The family of IFP Founding President Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi has revealed that he has tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time – he is self-isolating at home. “We are pleased to say that, as with his first bout in August last year, he remains relatively asymptomatic & is in good spirits,” his family said. Yesterday we spoke about this flu that everybody has been contracting, and […]

today07/12/2021

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Thomas and Skhumba: What is your mindset regarding the flu?

By Katlego Sekhu This past Friday, Thomas called TT Mbha live on the show because he believes he gave him the flu. Many people have been complaining about this weird flu in recent days on social media. “What is your mindset these days when you have flu? Do you assume it’s COVID-19 and take the necessary precautions, or does your life continue as normal as long as you don’t have […]

today06/12/2021

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Thomas and Skhumba: Mistakes happen; get over it

By Katlego Sekhu This week, the price of petrol increased by 81cents per litre, taking the price of a litre of 95-octane petrol in the Gauteng province to R20.35 supposedly. However, according to the department of mineral resources and energy, the price increase that was going around was a mistake – the price increase was, in fact, 6 cents less, at 75 cents per litre. The department made a big […]

today03/12/2021

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Thomas and Skhumba: Christmas trees in South African households

By Katlego Sekhu We all have fond memories of Christmas, new clothes, Choice Assorted biscuits, Christmas trees, and gifts. “I remember growing up, the Christmas tree would go up by November, and you start seeing gifts going underneath, and you start checking for your name,” shared Thomas. “What’s your family tree tradition when it comes to the Christmas tree,” asked Thomas in the third hour of the morning show with […]

today02/12/2021

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Thomas and Skhumba: Best and worst experiences at work year-end functions

By Katlego Sekhu We’re officially in December and hoping this year will be different as Covid-19 spoiled all our plans last year. December is when most people are celebratory; some people are already on holiday, and others are looking forward to Christmas and New Year’s Eve. The icing on the cake for employees is the year-end function. “What has been your best or worst experience at work year-end functions?” Ask […]

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