Lingashoni’s 100th episode, Reyka meets the cane field killer, Abasemzini and more on DStv this week
Local entertainment on DStv is on fire this week!
It’s relationship repair time in new 1Magic (DStv channel 103) reality series Abasemzini. And Moja Love (DStv channel 157) is rolling out the reality red carpet with new seasons of Mamazala, and Isencane Lengane, along with new episodes of exciting dating series Single & Mingle.
Afrikaans local entertainment is also on the radar with highlight episodes of Kyk Wie Praat and Nêrens, Noord-Kaap, as well as local movie Ink.
Reyka is drawing close to its finale in its second-last episode in which Reyka comes face-to-face with the cane field serial killer, and local telenovela Lingashoni celebrates their 100th episode!
Make yourself at home with DStv’s slate of local series. And for more snack-sized info on DStv’s biggest shows, check out #OhSnack on the DStv YouTube Channel.
United Apart SA
This reality show that hosts two people each from 4-6 families, who have to deal with their issues with each other in a confined space – known as The House. Singer Puleng March is The House Host, and actor Lehasa Moli is the presenter.
Watch from Friday, 3 September on 1Magic (DStv channel 103) at 20:30
This dating series that makes you a fly on the wall is back with new episodes! We follow single people on their blind dates, from start to end, including the “private” straight to camera comments the daters make about each other – and the fans’ comments online.
Watch from Saturday, 4 September on Moja Love (DStv channel 157) at 18:00 (double bills)
Host Dingaan Khumalo plays facilitator, peacemaker and negotiator as he reaches out to help families in crisis with the in-laws. Starting the season, a woman wants her in-laws to give her an item that she believes will help her to conceive.
Watch from Saturday, 4 September on Moja Love (DStv channel 157) at 19:30
Thando and Siyacela married at the age of 15, and we follow the results of that choice in this stressful reality series. This season, Thando continues to work hard at her studies, while Siyacela obsesses over polygamy.
Watch from Saturday, 4 September on Moja Love (DStv channel 157) at 20:00
After many years apart, these three South-African brothers are spread across the world. Frans tends to the family farm in the Northern Cape, Ronnie struggles in Cape Town with his family, and Andries wanders the East.
Watch on Tuesday, 7 September on kykNET (DStv channel 144) at 20:00
Reyka and her team of investigators are getting closer to the cane field serial killer, but Samuel is in hot water when he is implicated in the shooting of Soda – a suspect – and Reyka comes face-to-face with the killer.
Watch on Sunday, 5 September on M-Net (DStv channel 101) at 20:00
The world-renowned conductor André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra perform a sensational concert for over 70,000 people on the Piața Constituțieisquare in Bucharest, Romania. Part 2 airs next week Sunday.
Watch on Sunday, 5 September on kykNET (DStv channel 144) at 10:30
The Price family reunite after an unfortunate incident, Willem tries to help Sanele when Sanele finds himself caught in a spiral with no way out, and Felicity must cover her tracks when the police come knocking.
Watch Mondays to Thursdays from 6 September on M-Net (DStv channel 101) at 19:00
As the 100th episode of Lingashoni airs, Mantoa finds herself at a crossroads. Which way will she go? Phakade is captured while trying to sell guns in KwaZulu Natal, and Puleng is rattled when Sarah calls for a family meeting.
Watch Mondays to Thursdays from 9 September on 1Magic (DStv channel 103) at 21:30
Gladys makes a shocking confession to Ntokozo, Zodwa finds herself thinking of Don while she’s with Bongani, and the Molefe family wait for Don’s lease while gearing up to evict him. Ntokozo does the unthinkable, and Thathi is onto Gladys’s game.
Watch Mondays to Fridays from 3 September on Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161) at 19:30
Nox shares her anxiety about Thandiwe coming back, but Herbert reminds her that her mom has been communicating well with Thandiwe while she’s been gone. An apologetic Mgedeza ignores Zola's calls, and Thandiwe comes to see how Nox's business is doing.
Watch Mondays to Fridays from 3 September on Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161) at 20:30
Thomas Buttenschøn was born HIV+ in Zambia in 1985 and lost both his parents to the disease by the time he was nine. Now in his mid-30s, he’s a household name in Denmark as an award-winning musician. Shot over 2-and-a-half years, this doccie shows Thomas as he returns to Zambia as living proof that HIV/Aids is not a death sentence.
In March 2020, with less than a handful of known infections, South Africa embarked on 1 of the strictest lockdowns in the world. United Apart is a doccie that takes a deep dive into our country’s official lockdown strategy and the effect it has had on society and the economy.