Netflix Debuts Its First African Podcast, Never Late | African Time

Expect a whole lot of laughter, ‘WTF!’  and inspiring moments from Never Late | African Time, Netflix’s latest African project and its first-ever African podcast. The series features fascinating conversations with some of the continent’s most celebrated on-screen talent, from much loved industry veterans to exciting young actors, directors and producers. Launching on May 4 2022, the five-episode podcast is available on the AfricaOnNetflix official YouTube page, as well as Spotify and Apple. Viewers can tune in to a new episode released every Wednesday, with the podcast available in video and audio formats. 

Hosts Andy Maqondwana (Kaya FM) and Zweli Mbhele (947 Radio) have no holds barred conversations with Africa’s foremost talent, talking all things industry as the performers share their personal stories in and away from the limelight. The podcast features award-winning Kenyan actress Catherine Kamau Karanja popularly known as Kate Actress, Nigerian actress and media personality Nancy Isime, and South Africa’s iconic thespian Israel Matseke-Zulu to name a few.

Who to expect on Never Late | African Time
Noxolo Dlamini (JIVA!, Silverton Siege)
Jayan Moodley (Trippin’ With The Kandasamys)
Retti Ramaphakela (How To Ruin Christmas, Seriously Single)
Jesse Suntele (Savage Beauty)
Daniel Etim Effiong (Happiness Ever After, Castle & Castle)
Nancy Isime (Kambili: The Whole 30 Yards, Blood Sisters, Smart Money Women))
Ini Dima-Okojie (Namaste Wahala, Blood Sisters)
Kemi Adetiba (Kings of Boys)
Sharon Ooja (Who’s The Boss, Kambili: The Whole 30 Yards, Glamour Girls)
Kunle Remi (A Naija Christmas, Mama Drama, Sin City) 
Celeste Ntuli (JIVA!, Only Jokes Allowed)
Candice Modiselle (JIVA!)
Connie Chiume (Queen Sono, Seriously Single) 
Nandi Nyembe (How To Ruin Christmas, Happiness Ever After) 
Israel Matseke-Zulu (Amandla) 
Kate Actress (Disconnect)