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Nhai Onai & The Other Guys
58 minutes | Aug 31, 2021
Can our outrage save young girls from forced early marriages?
In this episode of NOOG, Onai is joined by Mark and Miriam where a personal story is told by one of the NOOG members on their experience within, their departure from and how they feel now about a church that allows child marriages. Onai and the team try to figure out if anger is enough to save young girls from religious institutions that practice child marriages..
65 minutes | Aug 6, 2021
Please dont cancel us, but then again, you really cant
Onai is joined by Archie and Nyasha in this first show with Archie as a husband. They get into the question of whether racism still exists in Zimbabwe and if it does, how it manifests. They talk about bathing, whether its necessary or not, maybe its underrated maybe over. Onai shares about his pyjama dilemmas and what he cant do because of the people he lives with. They close up the show with a conversation about age difference vs the rate of divorce. Does age difference matter for the success of a marriage? Well, here is the podcast where you may figure it out.
65 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
Why I didn't post the gift you got me on social media ft Mthokozisi Mabhena
Onai is joined by Miriam and long time listener, fried to the show, reckless twitterer, web designer, author, debator and a guy looking for love, Mthokozisi Mabhena. As this is a very late episode, you will hear the teams evaluation of the things that happened in South Africa, whether the anarchy was justified or if our brethren across the Limpopo have critical conversations that need to be had. They get into an issue that Miri felt very strong about a couple of weeks ago on whether the board game "30 Seconds" is classist or not, Miri thinks people are being petty, Onai thinks Miri is speaking from privilege, find out if they find a consensus. In the feeling station, they discuss whether it is appropriate, fair, wrong or right not post gifts given to you on social media without tagging the giver.
57 minutes | Jul 18, 2021
Are MaSalad Babes roora-akable?
Onai is joined by Nigel and Nyasha Tembedza in yet another late episode, but better late than never right? In this episode they discuss the sentiments by government on not allowing teens to access contraceptives and what they hate and like about how the country is going as far as that status is concerned. They talk about a tweet where Onai tries to call out women on expecting a little too much consistency.. guys should be allowed to slack too! In the feeling station, they ask they question, Are salad babes marry-able?
50 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
The Talking Stage: Will it end in Mjol or Lol ?
Onai, Nyasha and Mark aka (Markie) come through in this episode where they reflect on misplaced fathers days and some of the celebrations that women seem to want to take from men. They quickly go into the feeling station where they talk about the "TALKING STAGE", how to navigate through one, how long one should be, how many one can have at the same time and how to successfully end one... Listen in!!
65 minutes | May 24, 2021
Could you be a church bully?
Onai is joined by Nomaliso and Monalisa in this episode talks about two things that may ruin any Sunday, potholes and church bullies. Do you ever feel like some people at church judge you for things like make - up, dressing and tattoos? Do mens groups and womens groups destroy more than they build? The team discusses
41 minutes | May 12, 2021
Choose your internet crush financialy wisely
Nyasha, and Mark join Onai for this episode that is very late. Our sincerest apologies. This episode covered the ending of the marriage for Bill and Melinda Gates. The jokes that came from it and peoples reactions. How do you know that you know that the person that you just started dating is not a rebound from your past relationship? Onai introduces a new segment called "Me and my internet crushes". The first question he asks is, should you ever count yourself out of the race for your internet crush when she/he is giving off "I am too rich for you" vibes?
79 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Why you should protect your cheating girlfriend
Despite the title, this show aint about what you are probably thinking about. Onai and Archie linked up this past Sunday and you will get to experience something close to a regular conversation between the two friends. Onai and Archie talk about changes in their adulting life, celebrating wins and taking stock of growth in a longer that usual intro They question the view that managers in ZSE listed companies have of young Zimbabweans, whether young people are lazy or the old people are scared. In the feeling station, they try and tackle the reason why men find it hard to take back or to forgive a girl that cheats. This and more
60 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
But what do Harare girls bring to the table?
Nigel and Mark join Onai in this episode which was recorded after the absence from podding that came from a sickness in the crew. They come back with the story about Nigels cop stop which turned into a virginity evaluation and possible request for sexual favours from Nigel by the ZRP officers. YIKES. In “about a week ago”, the trio talk about the Zimbabwean independence holiday and if it really means anything to the youthies of the teapot country. Or maybe its the youthies that are ungrateful? They rant about the Youth service program relaunch and try to see if can be saved. In an issue that is possibly stale news at this point is the leaked nudes from a popular Zim social media celeb… the culture of nudes and where its taking people. In the feeling station, the gents ask, “what do you bring to the table?” .. Yes, you… you reading this blurb
67 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
Good murooras bring a small gas stove, Great ones bring caterers
Onai is joined in by Tatenda Muchopa (Choppy), Archie and Nyasha in this show recorded over the easter holiday. In this show, they discuss muroora duties, is the rebellion against it by our generation of ladies a reasonable pushback against gender roles created by our traditional patriachal systems or maybe, the girls are just cry babies who dont wanna work? The podders also review Holy Tens new song "machills" in which Onai asks the question on who has the responsibility for controllin consensual drunken behaviour, men who invite girls to "marinate" them or ladies who knowingly go to these places and just want to have a good time? (we are not mensplainig..relax). In the feeling station, We are a generation that will most likely start having families much later than our parents. So we will be much older parents. We are more educated though and probably have achieved more personal growth (development) than our parents at our age. Only thing is that having kids much older comes with the challenges of conception being tougher, energy to keep up with children and we are likely going to have a bigger generation gap.. Is this having kids later worth it? This and so much more..
59 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Embracing morning breath..
Nyasha and Mark join Onai in this episode where they started off rather imprompt with the idea of embracing morning breath, how do married couples do that right? Nyasha provides a solution, Onai disagrees, kind of and if you keep listening you will have your winner. In this show, they also discuss about dealing with bad days.. both from a victim and as persons who have to learn to understand other peoples bad days... This and of course so much more. Alternative episode titles 1. Hentai in the afternoon 2. Range...but hair cuts 3. Bucket goals... tools to deal with microaggressions remember to follow on insta - nhaionaipod twitter - noognation FB NOOGNATION
94 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Am I losing my "Ubuntu" because I hate the burden of black tax ft Takura Zhangazha
Jerry (the former bartendar), Miri, Mark and Onai are joined by Takura Zhangazha, a thought leader with a background inin activism for media freedom, freedom of expression, and access to information in the Southern African region. They discuss his blog that touched on the intersection between ubuntu and black tax. They ask him whether ubuntu has space for young people who do not want to "pay" black tax. They also try and figure out what white tax is, the colonial legacy of black tax and how we can avoid the cycle of black tax.. This is all in Watch the bloggers. At the beginning of the show, they touch on the deaths of actress Anne Nhira and actor Menzi Ngubane and their impact in Zimbabwe. The horror in North Samora was something that wasn't funny, but something they chuckled about. In the Feeling Station, they try to figure out Is it okay to be dating a couple of different girls at the same time? As in being taken out on dates and maybe making out with them? Is any number too large? too small, is one enough? We have shared the link to the blog from Takura Zhangazha and the link to episode where we featured Anne Nhira in the show notes This and so much more.. Please don't forget to subcribe and share with a friend. Insta - @nhaionaipod Twitter - @noognation FB - NOOGNATION The Word of the Day is ALLEGEDLY ft Anne Nhira · Critically Debating 'Ubuntu' and 'Black Tax' in Zimbabwe
43 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
Is it time you deleted your ex's pictures?
Onai is joined by Archie in this previously unheard episode which was recorded but never released last year. The two home boys have a heart to heart about keeping pictures of the ex’s or deleting them. They try and figure out, if you should delete them in the first place and if you do, are you doing it for yourself or for the new bae. They follow it up with another relationship question, is love worth the long distance? Should you change your life plans for the sake of love? Is it worth it? This and more in the latest episode of Nhai Onai & The Other Guys. Please remember to subscribe on your streaming platform or choice and follow the podcast on Twitter : @noognation Instagram : @nhaionaipod and Facebook : NOOGNATION
59 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Warming up - We are back
After a couple of months not podcasting, Nhai Onai & The Other Guys are back.. and it shows. So if you are listening to this show, anticipate a little rust, sound issues (we blame the internet). But on this show. We hear from the team about their absence, why were they even gone in the first place, has it helped, what did they do in the mean time? The team explore this question "would you sleep with the intern you are supervising?" Its a question on dealing with how power dynamics in the work place could make people especially women feel like they have to agree to sexual advances from their seniors. Some of the squad share stories on being caught at the significant others houses by their parents and lastly.. are you good at being "hooked up"?
71 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Whats really happening on the ground
Nyasha and Nomaliso join Onai on this episode of the NOOG. As they have been away for a bit, they try and break down whats been happening on the political spheres of the teapot shaped country. They first evaluate the success of the 31 July Protest and Nomaliso explains why all businesses were doing "stock take" on that day. They also talk about the #ZimbabweanLivesMatter trend and if the reach that it did across the world will change the fate of Zimbabwe's history. In the final segment, Onai tries to defend Misred against the backlash that she received from statements she said in radio interview from a Ghanaian radio station this past week..Nomaliso thinks otherwise. This and the usual clever craziness in this episode. Alternative episode titles 1. Was Misred, Miss - read? 2. Were we were when we were gone 3. Did you notice that the second title is made up of words that starts with "W" except for one word? Twitter: @capital26free @noognation FB - NOOGNATION
52 minutes | Aug 4, 2020
The episode came out late but here it is..
This episode was recorded last week with, Mark, Archie, Monalisa.. and Nyasha. In this episode, the team talked about Hopewell Chin'onos arrest and how people felt like.. other people (themselves really) were letting Hopewell down. The question the team tried to answer was, what does, "not letting him down" mean? They also touched on Zimbabwes relationship with its celebrities as far as their activity online went when it came to speaking out about injustice. Could it be that it might have become, here is that word again... toxic? And probably the first thing they talked about was, marriage, "why are you not yet married?", what would happen if the question was switched over and asked to the gents? alternative titles 1. Why is the episode a week late 2. Actually, its two weeks late 3. See, thats why we like that other podcast..
63 minutes | Jul 14, 2020
Who needs a table to talk when we can always Protest..again
Nomaliso, Nigel and Archie join Onai in this episode where they find out why Onai and Nigel might become a frequent customers of a certain chain of supermarkets. Like the rest of the world, they had a lot to say about the Jada and Will red table talk after they got their feelings off their individual chests, they tried to see if it is ever worth it to "share your feelings with social media" as opposed to just addressing it with the people who you are in the "feels" for. All the subliminal whatsapp status updates that show that you are fighting with your person.. is it really that worth it or we all have freedom of speech so.. *shrugs. In the second segment, find out who in the NOOGies will be joining the 31st of July protests. .. Will they really be worth catching the Rona for? At this point, will getting into the streets work or they could really be much ado about nothing? On the flip side, what could the protests be good, who will benefit and will it be the ultimate answer? This and more of the usual NOOGie craziness. Alternative Episode Titles 1. Obviously, he is a classic guy 2. We mean it, he is 3. The Monkey who tries to see the hunter, clearly collects bullets with his eyes - Congolese Proverb (but who is hunting Monkeys though.. tuh!) Follow @capital26free @noognation and The NOOGNATION on FB
102 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
A little too black for ya'll huh?
Miriam, Nyasha and Mark (the senior stray) join Onai in this episode where they try to discuss the reactions to the latest complaints about racism in private schools in Zimbabwe. They argue about the approach black teachers and white teachers have as far as teaching standards go and get bit into detail about why white standards seem to be the loved standards. Find out why Mark and Onai had against private schools as they grew up and also get the opportunity to find out whether Nyasha and Miriam faced any racism when they were in school. Do private schools have a white or Eurocentric approach? The squad gets into it. In another different issue in the podcast, they discuss how a person is supposed to bahave in front of their best friends side chick/guy. Actually, can you still be friends if your friend is a serial cheater? This and the usual laughs and stuff.. Alternative Topic Names For the Love of White Standards My best friends Side piece Make Mark an official Noogie already Please do follow @capital26free @noognation and join NOOGNATION on Facebook
85 minutes | Jun 24, 2020
Reflecting On My Year Abroad and Dealing With Coming Back Home ft Tatenda Muchopa & Wimbika Mawango
NOOGNATION SPECIAL: Wimbikai, a regular listener of the show, gets the chance to reverse roles and host Onai and his Chevening Alumni friend Tatenda Muchopa. On this episode, Wimbikai quizzes the two on how the year away from Zimbabwe changed them, (if it did), how they dealt with issues such as being the only black person in spaces, learning to adapt to the new environments, how their relationships and love lives changed and what the differences between learning in Zimbabwe and learning in the United Kingdom. In this episode they share how they have to readjust to coming back home, if they feel empowered and how their perspective of the country has changed. Don't miss out on how they approached rejection and how they dealt with overt signs of racism. This episode is brought to you by Kaizen You. Alternative Titles 1. My accent has not changed 2. We get it, Wimbie, loves her hair 3. Too much cash and I dont need it kaizenyou.co.zw
102 minutes | Jun 17, 2020
Will this be the one thing men wont do? ft Tawonga Msowoya
Musa, Skittles, Mona and Onai are joined by the project coordinator for Pepeta Malawi, Tawonga Msowoya. In this show, the NOOGies navigate the conversation about "rape culture", sexual abuse and creation of safe spaces for women with Tawonga providing much needed clarity on subject. They touch on the definitions of rape and rape culture and try and answer why men are so silent about their peers perpetuating rape culture or being aggressors in sexual abuse. In this discussion, they touch on what men should be doing and break it down into new interesting buzz phrases. Could good guys also create unsafe spaces unknowingly, Onai speaks on an experience he was in that could answer that. In the second segment on the show, the team have a sober conversation about the new legislation on the lobola/dowry/bride price paying in Zimbabwe. They clarify what it means, technically and if it is the solution to the problems that have come from the commodifying of traditional cultures. In this podcast, they all give their opinion on whether they would want to have themselves, they partners or their children "lobolad" for and so much mre. This episode is the long side, so pace yourself... it is okay to take it in bit by bit.. Alternative Titles 1. Verbal consent is great foreplay 2. True Alpha Males and females 3. I aint said I dont want lobola! Dont forget to join us on twitter @noognation @capital26free or FACEBOOK, Nhai Onai & The Other Guys Rate it, share it.. Get in touch with Tawonga Msowoya
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