You're invited to kick it with show host Arye Kellman and guests, as they connect to news, life, sport, entertainment, music, health, tech, opinion and humour. #Kellman on CliffCentral is inspiring a new generation of thought leaders, by giving them the platform to voice their aspirations and passions to an audience who are hungry to have their voices heard.
#UCDTakeoverKellman - Kiddominant
The team chats to Africa's multiple award-winning producer Kiddominant. Kiddo - as those close to him call him - shares stories of how the songs 'Fela in Versace', 'Alright' and 'Jika' came about. They talk about his move to SA and future plans... and in true #UrbanCultureDrive style, play a game with him that gets him tongue tied!
#UCDTakeoverKellman - Open Secrets
After the airing of the Marikana document where 34 mine workers died, the team discuss the details of the event, they express their views, and Candice introduces a new feature to the show.
#UCDTakeoverKellman - The Age of Depression
Following the numerous cases of young people taking their lives because of depression, the team open up the topic for discussion and share some very helpful and insightful information on dating, rape, success and depression itself.
#UCDTakeoverKellman - Smalls
Katlehong (K1) born and bred rapper Simphiwe Mthimunye - aka Smalls - joins the team for a chat about some of his latest ventures in the music industry. He gives us the lowdown on who he is planning on working with in the near future, some new music that he has dropped, and where he sees his rap career heading. As always another session of #SmashOrMarry catches the rapper off guard.
#UCDTakeoverKellman - Pontsho Manzi
Businesswoman and philanthropist Pontsho Manzi joins the team to share how she is empowering the women of South Africa. She talks about the recent Fabulous Women Awards that took place at the beginning of August, and how they aim to celebrate women from all walks of life for their contribution to society. She also updates the team on what she'll be getting up to for the rest of Women's Month.
#UCDTakeoverKellman - Dr John Bermard
According to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), 366 million people have diabetes globally. It predicts this will rise to 552 million by 2030 and the biggest increase is expected in Africa. How do we combat this pandemic? Dr John Bermard has the answers - he lets us in on some methods and technologies we can utilise in order to manage and avoid this statistic from becoming a true reality.