South African music legend PJ Powers “Thandeka” is an award winning musician with 12 gold discs, four platinum and a gold CD. Her career started in 1980s as the lead singer of Hotline, and her solo career flourished during the 1990s and 2000s with hits such as “There is Answer”, “Feel So Strong”, “Jabulani”, “You’re So Good To Me” & “World in Union” which has become an iconic rugby world cup song.

PJ Powers has shared the stage with many local and international stars such as Eric Clapton, Joan Armatrading, Annie Lennox, Peter Gabriel, Hugh Masekela, Sibongile Khumalo, the Mahotella Queens, Youssou N Dour, Miriam Makeba, Harry Belafonte and more recently The Corrs & Mike and the Mechanics.

She has also performed for Queen Elizabeth of England, King Juan Carlos of Spain, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands as well as collaborating with Yvonne Chaka Chaka and M’du Masilela on an international United Nations music video. In 2003 she was asked to write the official 85th birthday song for President Mandela, which she sang to him and a host of luminaries such as Oprah Winfrey, Bill Clinton and many other world leaders and presidents during the international broadcast.


Lee Baxter is a Scottish-Swedish football goalkeeper and coach who has played for clubs in Sweden and England and trained goalkeepers in several international clubs.

He was born in Helsingborg, Sweden and has played as the goalkeeper for several clubs over the years including Blackburn Rovers, Sanfrecce Hiroshima (Japan), Glasgow Rangers (Scotland), AIK Solna, Malmö FF and IFK Gothenburg.

One of the highlights of his career is coming on for Swedish side AIK Solna during an UEFA Champions League match against Arsenal.

After his playing days Lee took on the role of goalkeeper coach and has been affiliated with clubs such as AIK Solna, Gençlerbirliği, SuperSport United, AGF Aarhus and Kaizer Chiefs.


Tyson Ngubeni bursts into characters on stage and screen. This South African comedian, actor and voice artist boasts a brand of character-driven humour and sharp observations – a combination which has earned numerous individual and team awards along the way.

Tyson holds two degrees from Rhodes University: a Bachelor of Arts Honours with distinction in drama as well as a Bachelor of Journalism. After completing his studies at university, Tyson worked in a call centre for 3 years before starting a career in comedy with his first solo comedy, The Dark Ages, which thrust him into the limelight as a comedian.

He is also a well-known face on streaming sites. He is a content creator and generates stuff that entices viewers to stay glued to their screens. His creativity and originality which is reflected in the quality of his content have earned him a spot on Showmax’s Funny People Africa to represent the country. Only the top comedians from across Africa are invited to compete.



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Grant and Chris

Comedy Isaac Mehlape

Lee Baxter new coaches at Chiefs

PJ Powers World In Union

Tyson Ngubeni becoming Bob O’Connor

Daron Mann what he was doing in the Ukraine

Lee Baxter discovering Chiefs and the Soweto derby

PJ Powers Thandeka the early days

Daron Mann nervous moments

Tyson Ngubeni Bob O’Connor explains muti

Lee Baxter getting the tattoo

PJ Powers time with Madiba

Tyson Ngubeni Pommie Mbangwa