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The cast of Black-ish S1.

Here are amazing programming on DStv for you to enjoy during the weekend.

No plans this Saturday? No plans this Sunday? No need to panic because DStv has your weekend all planned out for you.

Feel Black-ish with this hilarious black family living in a predominantly white neighbourhood on Vuzu Amp, Saturday 21 March at 18:00.

And that’s not all you can laugh at, catch up with the socially awkward physicists and their socially savvy next door neighbor in Big Bang Theory on Saturday 21 March at 17:50 on Comedy Central (122).

What’s the first thing you know about India? Namaste? In Namastey London, an Indian woman is determined to marry her English boyfriend against her father’s will. Watch it on Zee World (166), Saturday 21 March at 12:00.

What's a weekend without some delicious cuisines from some talented chefs? Savour amazing Kitchen Delights by Chef Henry Wanyama whose simple recipes will leave you craving for more on Maisha Magic (161), Saturday 21 March at 13:30.

Still have room for more mouth-watering dishes? Watch rookie chefs get Chopped as they try to create extraordinary dishes from ordinary ingredients. It's all happening on Food Network on Sunday 22 March at 15:45.

Add a little drama with the dashing Gabrielle Union in Being Mary Jane as she tries to juggle her successful journalist career and often dramatic love life. Don’t miss it on BET (135) at 01:00 on Saturday 21 March.

Then visit the Hotel Majestic that lets you in on the lives of guests, workers and owners of the highly contested hotel. Get ready for the marathon on AfricaMagic Showcase (151) on Saturday 21 March at 09:30.

Wrap it all up with El Classico as Barcelona hosts Real Madrid at Camp Nou on SuperSport3 (203) on Sunday 22 March at 21:30.