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A travel show that celebrates the beauty of relationships amongst friends, colleagues or siblings while exploring South Africa and basking in all its beauty. With the guidance of a charismatic, energetic presenter, the show follows a group of people with a special bond, who desire to explore and travel through South Africa and enjoy the things it has to offer. Presented by Zola Zeelovin.

Too Hot to Be Single is a modern dating game show designed to find a match for people who rate themselves as hot property; using recognizable methods from dating apps and social media. Set in a studio, Too Hot to Be Single features a hot single who is looking for an equally hot date. Led by a host, six hopeful matches will go through a series of trials to impress the single. Segment by segment the single eliminates options until they are left with one match. Presented by Lawrence Maleka.

A South African adaptation of the international hit series Ugly Betty. Bettina (Betty) Sikhakhane is a smart, kind-hearted young woman who has always dreamed of being in the fashion publishing business. Even though she is hard-working and passionate, her dream has to date been thwarted by one thing. Betty is slightly less than attractive in a world that demands beauty. But when she is given an opportunity to be the personal assistant of Nubia Magazine’s new editor in chief, Dingani Jiyane, she is determined to do whatever it takes to fulfil her ultimate dream. Lead cast: Farieda Metsileng (Betty); Zweli Dube (Dingaan Jiyane); Tsholofelo Mashishi (Linda Jiyane) and Lesego “Coconut Kelz” Tlhabi (Zaza Moloi).

A local choral music show that entertains and informs viewers by presenting choral groups in a fresh and exciting way. The show’s content segments include live recordings of choral renditions; interviews with role players such as composers and musicians; capturing choral events and festivals. Presented by Molebogeng Pearl Leabile and Vee Mthembu.
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iSpani shares the many layers of employment and career planning with young, unemployed viewers trying to get onto the world of work. Once the candidate has some shadowing experience and coaching they are tasked to carry out the functions they have shadowed. For many this is the real test, they are thrown in and have to sink or swim; some will find employment, some will change their goals, but all will leave the show with a deeper understanding of the career under the microscope and how to best find a position that will be more than ‘just a job’.  
Cutting Edge is the first of its kind in the country a 24 minute investigative programme in African languages. The programme depicts the story of a South African youth, providing a voice to the usually voiceless ordinary youth of Mzansi. Development journalism distinguishes Cutting Edge from other similar programmes in the country: confrontational but shying away from the aggressive approach, fair but also challenging the status quo. The show is here to inform, educate, empower and uplift tomorrow is nation. It presents realities of life as they present themselves from corruption, health, education, labour, politics, arts and culture and sports. The Cutting Edge team is out there to report the story behind the story of the day telling it like it is. At the time when the South African media is divided along racial and political lines, Cutting Edge says: Our first obligation is to the truth and our first loyalty is to African citizens. CUTTING EDGE is without a presenter and, is driven by strong content and punchy narrative.
Daily Thetha – is an edgy, provocatively conscious live talk show that engages with its followers via a multiplatform approach. The show is formatted as an enabler towards youth taking charge of their lives were attitude is key. It’s DNA is that of a social scientist and more leading towards broadcasting for total citizen empowerment through a diverse content offering.
A traditional music show that caters for indigenous music genres. The show is designed to provide valuable entertainment and to fulfill a national concern for the preservation of culture as expressed in the milieus of art, music and dance. Roots showcases the various genres of traditional and indigenous music in a mixture of education and entertainment. The two young presenters, who are also representatives of each gender, south African language mix (one is fluent in Zulu while the other in Sepedi) are very knowledgeable on the subject matter of traditional and indigenous music to hold credibility. Presented by Ngizwe Mchunu & Tebogo Mahlaela.
The show tackles broad magazine, and entertainment content, perfectly pitched for a relaxed Saturday & Sunday mornings. Mzansi Insider is a platform that directly reflects what’s on the youths’ mind – from what they are reading, watching, surfing on the net or listening to on radio. The breakfast show reflects on home-grown talent, from celebrities, to professionals, to shining the spotlight on ordinary South Africans doing extraordinary things. Presented by Rosisang Thandekiso & Kgaugelo Mokholwane.
A scheduling event for Mzansi women to tell their stories of abuse in their own voices.