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What to do now that Shaka iLembe has finished

07 September 2023
Post-show blues.
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The wait for the premiere of Shaka iLembe was endless and agonising and there was much jubilation and excitement when it finally landed on Sunday 18 June. But then, before we even blinked, it was over. What will you do with your Sundays manje? Nazo, we have a few suggestions.

Binge the first season
Siniphathele izindaba ezimnandi. All twelve episodes of the incredible first season are now available on DStv Stream. So if you missed any episodes (thanks load shedding), were waiting for the whole show to finish so you could binge watch, or just want to watch it all again, leli ithuba lakho. Start watching here.

Listen to the soundtrack
Maybe you’ve finished watching and are already bingeing your next show or just don’t have the time right now – whether it’s work, play, or umndeni, there’s always so much to do – but you can relive the magic of the show by listening to izingoma noma amaculo from and inspired by Shaka iLembe. Isoundtrack iiyatholakala on major digital music streaming services.

Reflect on the show
Besinani ngasosonle isikhathi, so if you want to read more about abalingisi, watch highlights and go behind the scenes, or browse through izithombe, we’ve got it all. It’s just a click away.

Whip up a Zulu meal
Grab your friends and fam', prepare amadumbe, ujeqe, inyama, and izinkobe, and enjoy a hearty meal together. You can talk about the show, rewatch it, or discuss what you hope to see in season 2.

Mawuphuthelwe is'qephu sokugcina sikaShaka iLembe, watch the repeat on Friday 8 September at 21:30.

For more info on the series, produced by the acclaimed Bomb Productions, visit the show page here or follow #ShakaiLembeMzansi on social media. Shaka iLembe is headline sponsored by Telkom. Associate sponsors are Grant’s Whisky and LottoStar, while tactical sponsors are Santam and Toyota SA.