On May 4, 'Never Late | African Time' will debut on major podcast platforms including YouTube, Spotify, Apple Pod, and Google Pod.
Netflix has launched its first-ever African podcast titled Never Late | African Time.
The series features conversations with some of the continent’s most celebrated on-screen talent, from industry veterans to young actors, directors and producers.
African personalities including comedian Celeste Ntuli, actress Connie Chiume and film-makers Jayan Moodley and Retti Ramaphakela are among the stars to feature in a new podcast.
Launching on May 4, the five-episode podcast will be available on the AfricaOnNetflix official YouTube page, as well as on 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 about 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.