Durban-born Vic Naidoo is fresh, unapologetic and inclusive. He brings his honest brand of humour to your airwaves every weekday between 1pm – 4pm. In case you missed any of the best bits from his show, this is the best place to catch up.
"I once went to dinner with Patrick Swayze..."
Meeting a celeb is an experience that you won't forget any time soon, whether it was the best day of your life or your most embarrassing moment. Vic Naidoo recently found out that Rory might have met the same band, TWICE! Vic has also had his fair share of celeb interactions but he wanted to hear KZN's stories because nobody puts Baby in a corner.
"I'm 27 and I've never had a boyfriend..."
Vic Naidoo and his team are playing a game of "Where is the lie?" It's pretty simple really: one team member will tell a true story while the others have to come up with a lie. You have to decide which one is which by revealing where the lies are! Can you guess whose pants were on fire for being a liar?
Did Vic Naidoo really date an Israeli popstar?
Every day this week, Vic and his team will be sharing a story. One story will be true and while the other two are fabrications. You have to decide which one is telling the truth! Take a listen to see if you can figure out which person on Team Vic actually told the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
"Durban is my everything but my boyfriend wants me to move!"
Relationships are all about compromise. It's about doing things that aren't necessarily your vibe but it makes your partner happy, so it makes you happy. But what if your significant other expects too much. What if they're asking you to move away from everything you know and love? Today on #KeepOrCut, an anonymous listener is having some serious doubts.
Should we #Normalise not talking to our friends?
What is a true sign of friendship: constant texts and calls being sent back and forth? Or being able to go days without speaking but still remaining friends? On today's episode of #Normalise, Vic Naidoo decided to ask KZN: Should passive friendships, where we don't call and text each other every day, without anyone reading too much into it, become the norm?
This new television series will be your 'Undoing'...
It's FRIYAY! Vic Naidoo is here to make the day even better with this binge-worthy recommendation that should keep you entertained all weekend long. Especially considering there might be a tropical storm heading straight towards us, can you think of anything better to do than curl up in front of the television, eat some yummy popcorn, and watch a gripping tale full of murder and mystery?