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Dineo Ranaka’s podcast to air on BET Africa

Dineo Ranaka

Dineo Ranaka’s Sex n Stuffs podcast has been licensed to BET Africa. The presenter says the podcast will air every Wednesday at 9 PM and Thursday on her YouTube channel.

Dineo started the podcast in July after Kaya FM sacked her due to her alleged unprofessionalism.

“We’re back!!! Every Wednesday (TONIGHT) @ 9pm on @bet_africa and Every Thursday @ 9pm on my Dineo Ranaka YouTube channel; one of my proudest moments this!! May this be the beginning of a fruitful relationship and many other doors opening. May this be the acceptance of me to ME! May this continue to be blessed,” she wrote.

Season one of the podcast was concluded in September, and she’s begun work on the second season which will air soon.

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In other news – South Africans remember the late Lucky Dube

Today marks 16 years since legendary reggae star Lucky Dube died after being shot in Johannesburg. The musician gave Mzansi and the world many hits.

Born in Ermelo, Mpumalanga on August 3, 1964, and raised by a single mother, Lucky recorded 22 albums and made his mark across the globe. X was abuzz with users sharing their memories of the megastar and their favorite songs. Read More

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