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Dinner at Somizi’s S1

Local radio and TV personality Somizi is hosting a cooking show with the help of South Africa’s well-known names. Watch as they sit down to share a tasty meal they just cooked together. Stars like Siya Kolisi and Cassper Nyovest are already raving about their experience on the show.

Friday 10 July on 1Magic (DStv 103) at 19:00


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Getroud met Rugby

Shocking news as Julia finally leaves the Stryders. Candice and Anna come up with an exciting new venture – a TV series with a difference. After the death threats and cyberbullying, Mia is desperate to end the humiliation. There appears to be only one solution left for her.

Friday 10 July on kykNET (DStv 144) at 21:00

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Binnelanders

There’s intrigue as it comes to light that Sasha has been hiding a secret from one of her best friends. Will it affect her relationship with long-time friend, Danny Jantjies? Sharing the truth could create a chemistry that is hard to deny.

Friday 10 July on kykNET (DStv 144) at 19:30

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Leef Jou Reis

Get ready to take the road less travelled with Gerrie Pretorius. This week you will be taken on a journey to mountainous southern Lesotho. And travel to the country’s oldest national park via some less travelled roads.

Saturday 11 July on kykNET (DStv 144) at 19:30

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Anzèl in die Boland

Two great presenters in one place! This week Boer Soek ‘n Vrou presenter Marciel Hopkins catches up with Anzèl. We get a first - and look at wine production with Hempies du Toit.

Tuesday 14 July on kykNET (DStv 144) at 17:30

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Spoorloos: Heksejag

After surviving a crazy car accident, Adam Prinsloo wakes up from a coma. Despite having no memory of the events that caused the accident, he is determined to get answers.

Tuesday 14 July on kykNET (DStv 144) at 20:00 (same time as below)

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Pelgrims

Based on years of intense study and research on religions within the Christian faith, Father Zacharias van Wyk decides to start his own church. The result is an Afrikaans Orthodox church on the outskirts of Robertson called Bethany House of Prayer.

Tuesday 14 July on kykNET (DStv 144) at 20:00 (same time as above)


Leifde Sonder Grense

Host Rian van Heerden shines a light on unusual relationships and the people who show that love comes in all shapes and sizes. This week, we meet a couple who decided to get married after one of them received a terminal cancer diagnosis. With little time left, Stanley and Vanessa decide to share their story.

Thursday 16 July on kykNET (DStv 144) at 20:30

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Arendsvlei

There’s a lot more drama in store for Daniel this week. As he tries to recover from the loss of Laetitia, he decides to use the drugs he got from Zane. Laetitia decides to go to Beatrice for help. When Beatrice and Thys find drugs on Arendsvlei High School property, it could mean Zane will have no options for high school.

Monday 13 July on kykNET&kie (DStv 145) at 20:00

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Ivor en die Verskilmakers

On his continued search for innovators, Ivor Price travels to small towns around South Africa. Each community selects their chosen innovator who presents their idea. Using his connections, he sources surprise gifts that will help them make their dreams come true.

Sunday 12 July on VIA (DStv 147) at 20:00

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Housekeepers Season 2

Linda discovers what really caused June’s death. As if dealing with Clive’s health concerns were not enough, the Ngubanes have to cope with something that threatens their entire empire.

Monday 13 July on Mzansi Magic (DStv 161) at 20:00

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Bopapago

Tired of fathers deserting their families, four men decide to start an undercover business that tracks them down. As fathers themselves, they take on clients of all kinds. One of their cases leads them to unravel family secrets that were hidden for a very good reason.

Saturday 11 July on Mzansi Magic (DStv 161) 20:30

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Carvin Goldstone: Culture Shock 2018

The self-proclaimed ‘Other South African Comedian’, Carvin Goldstone keeps it honest and clean. With his famous no swearing policy, he has become a family favourite. His comedic content comes from his own life experiences so expect jokes about music, family life and church.

Saturday 11 July on Mzansi Magic (DStv 161) 21:30


Happiness is a Four-letter Word

Meet three friends with seemingly perfect lives: Zaza is a trophy wife with unlimited funds, Nandi is a successful lawyer with a dream wedding just around the corner and Princess has a string of handsome men to date and owns her own art gallery. But when one of their love lives completely collapses, it changes everyone’s lives.

Friday 10 July on Mzansi Magic (DStv 161) at 22:00


Luthando 3

Sometimes love isn’t enough. A couple struggles to keep their marriage afloat as they go through some financial difficulties. Added to the strain, Luthando is tempted by greener pastures with a new connection.

Thursday 16 July on Mzansi Wethu (DStv 163) at 17:00


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