Firdose Moonda is back with her new-look podcast: It’s the story of Ronald Harrison – the artist who painted a picture of Albert Luthuli depicting…
Sometimes cricket is more than just a game. It is so much more to it than seen on TV. The fans, the grounds, the atmosphere and the characters behind the match.
This week, Motor Mouth Moonda tells us about exploring India – through the vegetarian dishes, on a bicycle and culturally by being invited to celebrate…
Firdose Moonda explains the high and lows of travelling to cover a cricket tour. She is about to head off to India to cover the Test series between South Africa and India.
Firdose Moonda spent some time at the market in Oranjezicht in Cape Town and came back with some great food, a great experience and a great story.
Firdose Moonda has decided to go vegetarian, at least for a little while.
This made her think of the time that she watched a bull fight in Spain a few years ago.
Hear her experience of the bull fight and what she thought of the whole spectacle in today’s podcast.
Something seriously different to kick off October!
An Argentinean band called the Tango Jazz Quarter performed in Cape Town this weekend.
Firdose Moonda experienced Eid in Cape Town.She enjoyed the history, the food and the experience and shared it with us.
Firdose Moonda tackled the tricky subject of racial transformation in sport.
With the Springboks losing to Japan this weekend, the topic has come to light again.
Hear her thoughts and solutions and please join the conversation in the comments below.
Motor Mouth Moonda went on a South Indian cooking course. She grew up in an Indian household but she found the course amazing.
Hear what goes into the cuisine and how you can make some of the best South Indian food yourself.