10 Zimbabwean Podcasts You Need To Checkout In 2022

The Zimbabwean podcast space has been ever expanding, with more and more creatives entering the space with content on each and every subject. We tried to check out as many Zimbabwean podcasts as we could, to give you our 10 favourites to give a listen to this year. They range from sports, interviews, and social commentary to feminism and men's issues. Here is our list of 10 Zimbabwean podcasts you need to check out this year:

Dean At Stumps Podcast

Dean At Stumps!

Dean At Stumps is a cricket podcast which features interviews with players both current and former. It is Zimbabwe’s most popular cricket podcast and it is run by Dean du Plessis. It discusses cricket from not just a local perspective but features international players too. Cricket lovers can also check out Three Men On a Boat's The Clubhouse End Podcast for more cricket discussions.

Denny J Show Podcast

Denny J Show

The Denny J Show is a YouTube-based podcast that features discussions of trending social issues along with interviews of popular social, business and political figures. The podcast is presented by Denny J and it has featured the likes of Holy Ten, Nigel Chanakira, Passion Java and Tanga wekwa Sando among others.

Feeling Station Podcast

Feeling Station

The Feeling Station is a podcast that gives you a front-row view of relationships and why they didn't work. The podcast creates a therapeutic and safe environment for people to share their break-up stories anonymously without feeling judged. Although some experiences are more dramatic than others, they all present a valuable lifelong lesson that YOU will benefit from. 

2 Broke Twimbos

2 Broke Twimbos

2 Broke Twimbos is a podcast launched in March 2014 and it is one of the longest-running urban Zimbabwean podcasts. The podcast is hosted by Phil Chard and Danny That Guy. They document African music, pop culture and events. The format of the podcast is to interview notable individuals across Africa in long-form, entertaining interviews. 

The podcast also features the two hosts engaging in conversations that cover pop culture, politics and social issues. Each episode features a spotlight on a random African across the world excelling in their various fields, intending to expose them to the podcast subscribers. 

6ft Weights

6ft Weights

6ft Weights is a podcast run by Thabo and Sena, best of friends since 2004. They give their take on life, sports, relationships and whatever else is on their minds. They are humorously educating the youth one episode at a time. Their discussions include some of the trending social issues and their podcast is nearing 100 episodes.

Feminist Bar Podcast

Feminist Bar Podcast

The Feminist Bar Podcast is a platform bringing together African feminists across background, sexuality, and discipline to co-create feminist realities through challenging our place in the world. Each episode explores everyday feminism, gender justice, and feminist joy, providing a safe socio-cultural space that facilitates collective healing for African feminists across the world. It is hosted by Tinatswe Mhaka.

Men's Conference

Men's Conference The Podcast is a platform that discusses men's issues in the context of our social fabric. It is a safe space for men to be vulnerable about the issues affecting their daily lives. The podcast discusses issues like relationships, co-parenting, prostrate cancer, male performance enhancers and so many others. 

The Forest Brothers Podcast

The Forest Brothers

The Forest Brothers Podcast is a platform where three friends discuss everything football. The podcast also provides hot takes on trending sporting topics, culture, and life in general. 

The Voice Knot Podcast

The Voice Knot Podcast

The Voice Knot Podcast is an African pop culture podcast based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and a platform for African podcasts and podcasters. They have been exceptionally well with nominations for Outstanding Online Media at the Roil Bulawayo Arts Awards and by the Zimbabwe Blog Awards. Hosted by Nigel Ndlovu, the podcast has over 100 episodes. 

As the name suggests the podcast has brief engagements mostly under an hour. With various interviews including most sought-after South African videographer and filmmaker Ofentse Mwase, John Cole, Bad Gyal (Mandie Mae), Adrian Beefy Harrison, Joe Njangu, Vuyo Brown and many more. They also provide news and important information to vulnerable groups.

African Album Review

The African Album Review Podcast is a platform that reviews African music and it is run by MJ Wemoto, who's also an artist. His reviews on Davido's A Better Time, Burna Boy's African Giant and Wizkid's Made In Lagos have all earned over 50,000 plays.

Honourable Mentions:

Utano Public Health Chat

Utano Public Health Chat

Utano Public Health Chat is a podcast that releases episodes biweekly and it talks about public health work in Africa & beyond.

Khura Kasts

KhuraKasts is a podcast run by Khura Agency for artists and creatives to get advice on the business of the arts from renowned Zimbabwean experts in their respective fields.

Candid With Candy
V Candy & Gemma Griffiths 

Candid With Candy

Candid with V Candy is a YouTube-based podcast that is hosted by V Candy and sees her interviewing various personalities. She has featured the likes of Mai Chisamba, Robert Mugabe Jr and Gemma Griffiths among others.

Zimcelebs Podcast

Zimcelebs Podcast

Hosted by Phatisani Sibanda, the Zimcelebs Podcast is a platform that discusses trending social issues and interviews various personalities.

Which Zimbabwe Podcasts are you currently listening to? Let's continue the conversation  in the comments below!

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