All the must-watch local TV shows for you this week


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DStv has something new for you to love this week – from stunning local locations to the drama of family.

Maak My Famous

Join Emo Adam as contestants tackle songs from popular movies and musicals. What the starry-eyed hopefuls don’t know, is that the audience is made up of Emo’s social media followers. The audience will make a crucial judgement that will being the future-winners down to just 7.

Saturday 22 August on kykNET (DStv 144) at 20:00


Vermis Season 1

Don’t watch this true-crime series alone! Doreen Morris travels to the far corners of South Africa and investigates unsolved cases. With the help of loved ones, she retraces the victim’s last known steps to see if new evidence can be uncovered.

Tuesday 25 August on VIA (DStv 147) at 21:00


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Life of Kelly

Fans of Kelly Khumalo rejoice - the highly-anticipated show returns from break. Watch as she shares the joys and struggles of a single mother trying to keep her career growing. Kelly bares it all as she pursues her dreams of becoming a mogul while raising two happy kids alone.

Thursday 27 August on Showmax


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Landbouweekliks Season 11

A new season starts! Join Elma Postma and Hemel Besem as they showcase the extraordinary agriculture of South Africa. A great show for anyone interested in the diverse landscape of our country and all things farming.

Tuesday 25 August on VIA (DStv 147) at 19:30

Watch now on Catch Up


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Leef Jou Reis

Gerrie Pretorius celebrates all things local this week with a peek at great places to visit in each province. He takes a trek to Mosselbaai to see a machine made from racing car and fighting plane parts to create a beloved beverage. Believe it or not, this monster creation is the most expensive coffee machine in the world.

Saturday 22 August on kykNET (DStv 144) at 19:30

Watch now on Catch Up


Iphupho – The Dream

A woman is on a desperate search for her brother and father – who went missing in the big city. With her brother’s gambling past, she might be putting herself in danger by trying to find them.

Thursday 27 August on Mzansi Wethu (DStv 163) at 17:00


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