Netflix has launched the first-ever African podcast titled: Never Late
African Time, which according to the company, will be available on major podcast platforms.
The podcast will include interviews with the continent’s best on-screen talent, from industry veterans to young actors, directors and producers.
Featured on the podcast is comedian Celeste Ntuli, actress Connie Chiume and film-makers Jayan Moodley and Retti Ramaphakela.
Set to be released on the 4th of May, the five-episode podcast will be available on the AfricaOnNetflix official YouTube page and on Spotify and Apple.
New episodes will be released every Wednesday, with the podcast available in video and audio formats.
Hosts Andy Maqondwana (Kaya FM) and Zweli Mbhele (947 Radio) will hold no barred conversations with Africa’s most-celebrated talent, sharing all things industry as the celebrities talk about their personal stories in and away from the spotlight.
African Time will feature award-winning Kenyan actress Catherine Kamau Karanja known as Kate Actress, as well as Nigerian actress and media personality Nancy Isime and South Africa’s iconic actor Israel Matseke-Zulu.
Industry legends Israel Matseke-Zulu, Nandi Nyembe and Connie Chiume have their seat at the table in episode 5 of the podcast.
Other guests on the podcast include Jayan Moodley, Retti Ramaphakela, Ini Dima-Okojie and Kemi Adetiba.