Dineo On Sex n Stuff

Media personality Dineo Ranaka has announced the return of her podcast, “Dineo On Sex n Stuff,” for a second season. This confirmation has excited fans who are eager to see her delve deeper into discussions about sexual health and pleasure.

Announcement on Instagram

Dineo took to her Instagram timeline to share the news with her followers. She posted a clip featuring her team and captioned it, “Season 2 of #dineoonsexnstuff loading!!! Coming to you October 19.”

Journey After Kaya 959

Dineo joined the Podcast and Chill Network nearly a year after her departure from Kaya 959. She had been off air for almost two months following her disclosure of her mental health struggles in late May.

In response to the news, Kaya 959 shared a statement with TshisaLIVE expressing their continued support for Dineo on her mental health journey. The station’s MD, Colleen Louw, stated, “We continue to support Dineo on her mental health journey and hope that in future she may be in a position to speak about possible opportunities with Kaya 959, should her health allow. We wish her all the best.”


Dineo On Sex n Stuff

Dineo shared a video explaining her desire to explore conversations about sex and mental health. She acknowledged that she has been making headlines due to her mental health issues and expressed a peculiar observation about her life during this challenging period. She noted that her sex hormones were raging, which sparked her interest in initiating these types of discussions.

Gratitude for Unwavering Support

In another post, Dineo expressed gratitude towards her followers, friends, colleagues, and family for their unwavering support. She wrote, “When we are supported, we soar. Behind closed doors, I have such a formidable support structure. Siblings, parents, my kids, my lover, my friends. They give me wings. Spanning the size of the biggest eagle you can ever imagine. Now when I include your support? My God, I feel superhuman.”

By Shamiso Miracle

Shamiso Miracle completed her degree in journalism and media studies at the University of Zimbabwe before honing her skills at Savanna News. She then went on to work at iHarare News, becoming a voice for everyday SA citizens who wanted to share their stories. When she's not writing news that entertains and inspires ,Shamiso is an avid reader and a wellness bunny.

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