The Cheeky Natives is a literary podcast primarily focused on the review, curatorship and archiving of black literature.

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Aug 1, 2022

Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng: A Guide to Sexual Health and Pleasure

Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng aka Dr T, is a globally renowned doctor and human rights defender and a bestselling author of “Dr T: A Guide to Sexual Health a…

Jun 14, 2022

Buki Papillon: An Ordinary Wonder

“See, if you act like your uniqueness is a great thing and you couldn’t care less about their opinion, they eventually give up. And that feels so…

Apr 27, 2022

Carice Anderson: Intelligence isn't Enough

Carice Anderson author of Intelligence isn’t enough is a professional development manager and coach with over 17 years’ experience at top companie…

Feb 14, 2022

Peace Adzo Medie: His Only Wife

“Elikem married me in absentia; he did not come to our wedding."is how Peace Adzo Medie introduces us to Afi and Elikem in her acclaimed debut His O…

Jan 24, 2022

Sue Nyathi: A Family Affair

Meet the Mafus, a close-knit, traditional family with three daughters. As leaders of their church, The Kingdom of God, Pastor Abraham and his wife Phu…

Sep 29, 2021

Jamil F. Khan: Khamr: The Makings of a Waterslams

“This is not a story for the romanticisation of pain and perseverance, although it tells of overcoming many difficulties. It is a critique of secret…

Aug 6, 2021

Angela Makholwa: Critical But, Stable

Lerato never wanted to join her sister's stupid social club. All those pretentious people spending hours showing off their wealth. To what end? What w…

Jun 25, 2021

Terry-Ann Adams: Those Who Live in Cages

‘Everybody lives in a cage. Whether they know it or not is the question. I think that knowing that you in live in a cage is what ultimately sets you…

Mar 28, 2021

Natasha Omokhodion-Kalulu Banda: No Be From Hia

‘My book was inspired by my multicultural background - Zambian, Nigerian, Jamaican and British. I wrote it at a time when I was processing the loss…

Jan 8, 2021

Brit Bennett: The Vanishing Half

“The only difference between lying and acting was whether your audience was in on it, but it was all a performance just the same.” Born and raise…

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