The aim of the show is to provide the ultimate debate platform, raising current issues affecting the Gauteng province, but of national relevance. Topics are based on current affairs and politics with an aim to inform as well as to make a difference by rousing curiosity through debate and ultimately resulting in some form of action from the listener and guest.
In this episode of "A song, A book and A dish" John Perlman speaks to football legend Fani Madida as he shares his memories before he hung is soccer boats.
In this episode of "A song, A book and A dish" John Perlman sits down with Actor and rights activist Patrick Shai, Patrick shares his experience of being shot with rubber bullets and his journey as an actor across several Soapies that he has been featured on.
In this episode of "A Song, A Book and A Dish" John Perlman sits down with cartoonist "Zapiro" and speaks about his various drawings that appear on several publications. He also shares some of his political views and inspirations around his work.
In this episode of "A song, A book and A dish" John Perlman sits down to talk with Xhosa rugby commentor Kaunda Ntunja as he shares his love for the sport, his background in acting and some of his future plans beyond the mic of commentary.
In this episode of "A song, A book and A dish" John Perlman sits down with Yvonne Chaka Chaka as she shares her experiences and how she manages to work with her son (Themba) in the music industry. She also tells us how she found a new talented artist who has a song titled "Lufuno".
In this episode of "A Song, A book and A dish" John Perlman speaks to an award winning actress well known for her acting role on Soul city as Sister Bertina, Mam' Lillian Dube talks with John Perlman about her journey as an actress as well as how she got into into the film industry and she also shares what her latest projects are.
In this episode of "A song, A Book and A Dish" John Perlman speaks to award winning vocalist and song writer Mbuso Khoza as he sheds more light on his musical journey and the ordeals that he over came on his way to being a reowned vocalist.
In this episode of "A Song, a Book and a Dish," John Perlman speaks to the newly appointed Bafana Bafana Coach Molefi Ntseki, as he shares with us his history in the South African football fraternity as well as his future plans with the club.
In this episode of "A Song, a Book and a Dish", John Perlman speaks to Comedian, Jason Goliath. We find out how he built his stand-up comedy career and his current standing in the entertainment industry as well as him joining the Kaya Breakfast team.
In this episode of "A Song, a Book and a Dish" John Perlman speaks to the Governor of the South African Reserve bank, Lesetja Kganyago on growing up in a rural area and the inception of his Black Political Conciousness.
With the passing of one of South Africa's musical icons, Johnny Clegg, Kaya FM remembers his poignant messaging. In a 2016 interview with John Perlman, we take you back to his powerful messaging. He will forever be remembered as a true Afropolitan for his contribution to the struggle for a democratic South Africa through song.
In this episode of a Song, a Book and a Dish, John Perlman speaks to Female Mountainaire Sarah Khumalo, on his ground breaking achievemnt in her summit achievents, and her childhood growing in Eastern Africa.
In this episode of "A Song, a Book and a Dish", John Perlman speaks to Ear, Nose and Throat Doctor, Prof. Mashudu Tshifularo, on his ground breaking achievemnt in his career field, and his childhood memories.
In this episode of a Song, a Book and a Dish, John Perman speaks to ETV Journalist, Zikhona Tshona , discussing her growing up with her grandmother in the Eastern Cape, her struggles in school and her budding comedic career.