If you are looking for a source of entertainment news and commentary, you might want to check out the news reporters Podcast. This is a new podcast from news reporters, the online platform that brings you the hottest scoops from the world of celebrities, music, TV, and movies. The podcast features journalists and experts who share their insights and opinions on the top entertainment stories of the week. You can also hear from your favorite stars and personalities who join the podcast as guests.
What are some of the topics covered in the podcast?
The news reporters Podcast covers a wide range of topics related to entertainment and culture. Some of the recent episodes include:
- The biopic of Mandoza, the late kwaito legend who passed away in 2016. The biopic, titled Mandoza: The Untold Story, is set to premiere on Showmax later this year. The podcast discusses the challenges and opportunities of making a biopic about such an iconic figure, as well as the expectations and reactions from fans and critics.
- The nominations for the 2023 South African Film and Television Awards (Saftas). The podcast reviews the nominees for various categories, such as best TV drama, best TV comedy, best actor, best actress, and more. The podcast also features interviews with some of the nominees, such as Kgomotso Christopher, who was nominated for best actress in a TV drama for her role in Legacy season 2.
- The 10th African Muzik Magazine Awards (Afrimma), which celebrate African musicians and their achievements. The podcast highlights some of the nominees from South Africa, such as AKA and Costa Titch, who were both nominated posthumously after their tragic deaths earlier this year. The podcast also pays tribute to their legacy and impact on the music industry.
- The car crash that involved Khosi Twala, the winner of Big Brother Titans season 1, and two other former contestants, Marvin Achi and Mmeli Khumalo. The podcast reports on the details of the accident, which left Twala with serious injuries. The podcast also shares the messages of support and prayers from fans and fellow celebrities on social media.
- The apology from Amakipkip, a local streetwear brand, for designing and selling AKA merchandise without obtaining consent from the late rapper’s family. The podcast analyzes the controversy and backlash that followed the release of the tribute T-shirt, which featured AKA’s image and the slogan “Justice for AKA”. The podcast also discusses the ethical and legal implications of using someone’s likeness without permission.