Presenter Asha Gill hooks up with Chris Ntombemhlophe, an African shaman with a direct line to the ancestors. Chris takes Asha trance dancing in the cityâ€™s biggest black township and introduces Asha to outspoken diva Odidi Mfenyana, whoâ€™s reclaiming the Afro for Africans. Radio talk show host Lisa Chait ropes Asha into a raucous spring queen carnival and a house-building project in the townships, where Asha and a group of volunteers attempt to replace a tin shack with a brand new brick house in just five days. Fellow volunteer Lynette Francis takes Asha to the unique Cape Malay district of Bo-Kaap and throws a halal picnic on the seafront, where thousands of Muslim families gather to witness the new moon that signals the end of Ramadan. Andre Manuel introduces Asha to the high-energy sound of the Cape Minstrels and the thriving culture of the Cape Flats. Archaeo-astronomer Dean Liprini changes the way Asha thinks about Cape Townâ€™s most conspicuous resident â€“ Table Mountain.