#81 – Innocent Sadiki, Skeem Saam’s Sthoko, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Innocent Sadiki is a South African actress, presenter and mom best known for her recurring role as Sthoko, in the SABC1 soapie Skeem Saam.

In 2015 she played the guest role of Thina in the SABC1 soapie Generations: The Legacy and was also a guest on the fourth season of the Mzansi Magic reality competition series Big Brother Mzansi.┬áIn the same year she acted with her sister in three TV movies that were part of Mzansi Magic’s “Lokshin Bioskop” strand: Poor Sam, The Secret and House Warming.

You can find Innocent @

Instagram – innosadiki

Twitter – @innosadiki



#80 – Keri Soldo, Johannesburg, South Africa, Business Coach and Entrepreneur

This episode features, Keri Soldo, Business Coach and Entrepreneur

Keri is a Commercial Manager with over 15 years of experience working in both the public and private sectors in a variety of roles. She is a business management consultant with an interest in sustainability and compliance, having worked in office management, legal environments and projects from planning and implementation to execution.

In this episode, Keri talks about her love of food, hosting and travelling across Europe and Africa. Press Play to find out what she likes about Xai-Xai, Mozambique. Could it be the fresh seafood? Why does she love Johannesburg as much as she does?

You can connect with Keri on the following links;



#79 – Carol Ofori, Johannesburg, South Africa, radio and TV presenter, voice over artist and motivational speaker

This episode features, Carol Ofori, seasoned voice over artist, radio presenter, TV host and motivational speaker. Carol hosts The Weekend Favour on Radio 2000, and the parenting SABC 2 show, Raising Babies 101.

Over the years Carol has interviewed some of the most distinguished public figures and renowned personalities globally such as the late President Nelson Mandela, international news anchor Lukwesa Burak, Lil Kim, Hollywood actors Antonio Banderas and Morris Chestnut, Dr 90210, and Black Coffee.

Press Play to find out her views on Africa.

Twitter – @CarolOfori

Instagram – @CarolOfori



1000 African Voices denounces Xenophobia

It’s sad that in 2019, as we try to unite Africa we find ourselves tackling xenophobia in South Africa specifically.

It’s time we understand who we are and embrace our brothers and sisters from across our beautiful continent. Enough is enough. Does an artificial geographic boundary warrant attacks on each other? Come on Africa. We are better than this.