The Queens of Mzansi is a reality show featuring five strong, single, black women who have been tried and tested in life but still rise to wear their crowns with pride. The show features Samkelisiwe “Samke” Mhlongo (35), a divorced mother of two from KwaZulu Natal, Lucky Mthembu (30), and Miss S.A Teen 2009, and a mother to a 2-yearo0ld. Lucky was engaged to someone with a personality disorder. Their relationship ended in 2015 after she was severely brutally assaulted. Paloma “Lolo” Mlunjwana, a 35-year-old who hails from Zimbabwe. She met her first ” Sugar daddy on sugardaddy.com, who was a multi-millionaire, and he helped her elevate her life. Siphelele Petunia Makhanya, a 38-year-old widow and mother to an 8-year-old girl, is from Newcastle in KwaZulu Natal, and Ntombifuthi Mthembu, a 40-year-old businesswoman and a mother of two boys aged 18 and 8. She is the founder of ArmsNelly construction. At 24, She divorced her first husband and diversified her portfolio by investing in property in Dubai.
The series is a fast-paced, high-pressure hairstylist contest where talent, passion and ambition mean nothing without composure. Our Presenter, Altovise Lawrence is joined by the resident judge, Mimmi Biggar, and guest Judges as they hold the key to who will win the title of A Cut Above The Rest. Our weekly guest judges are Orapeleng Modutle, Leigh Toselli, Sonto Pooe, Dr Sipho Mbatha, Bandile Mbuli, Diaan Daniels, Phindi Mtyingizane, Charles Louw, Rory Sandilands and Saadique Ryklief.
Igumbi Lamakhosikazi is a 13-part reality talk show series that sets out to give the women and men of Mzansi a sanctuary. It is a female-driven talk show like no other, aimed at educating, informing, and having uncensored conversations about issues that are currently rife in South Africa.
The Chair is a reality television/competition show which allows unemployed young South Africans to compete in an interview and a task challenge to “secure” a job in the industry or sector that they trained, studied for, or wish to join. Potential employers and employment agencies will be invited to interview candidates on television. Each week we shortlist four candidates for a position that needs to be filled by an employer. Four candidates will go through grueling interviews after which, two of them will be eliminated, leaving the last two finalists to compete by completing a task or challenge, and hopefully one "Candidate” will walk away with the job. The Chair aims to deal with South Africa's unemployment crisis by connecting employers with job seekers by offering qualified individuals the chance to improve their lives and earn a job. We will be recruiting in all industries and at all levels of employment. Our presenter is Mpho Monareng
Squad Goals is a lifestyle and fitness reality elimination show that follows the journey of 15 contestants that are driven by a common goal to transform their bodies. These individuals are on a journey of reaching a milestone in their lives or reaching an individual goal that will ultimately lead to a healthier lifestyle. These contestants come in as Squad three, they also come in three different body sizes.
Each week we follow a celebrity in the kasi where they were raised in. We zone in on who they were before all of the glitz and glam, identifying the places, people, and experiences that molded them while diving into the past and present culture of Ikasi.

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.

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.
A scheduling event for Mzansi women to tell their stories of abuse in their own voices.
The new reality show follows KZN born business man and his two wives.
The popular emotive relationship intervention reality show comes back in its 8th Season..
A reality magazine show that celebrates and promotes young successful South African entrepreneurs.
A U.S. talent reality music competition aimed at uncovering ‘tomorrow’s superstars.

A touching docu-reality series tracking the journeys of real South African families who reunite or reconcile with lost or estranged family members.

An emotional homecoming for all South Africans, Khumbul'ekhaya shows how through reconciliation and forgiveness we can heal broken or damaged relationships in our families, and in the process, heal our nation ... person by person, family by family.

In each show, spark laughter and tears, as viewers reflect on their own family relationships and are moved to implement positive change in their own homes. A heartwarming show bringing stories from all corners of South Africa, Khumbul'ekhaya brings South Africans back home.

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