TV Guide Thursday, August 7, 2014

By Drum Digital
07 August 2014

Here is your daily round up of what to watch on tv today.

What’s on tonight?

Bet on your baby

M-Net (DSTV Channel 101) 18:30

All parents think they know their baby well, but are they willing to bet on it? Find out as actress/comedienne and working mum Melissa Peterman hosts this adorable, hilarious and surprisingly suspenseful game show.

Thola

SABC 2 (DStv channel 192) 19:30

A devastating accident brings Dibuseng Makwarelas marriage and everything she holds true, tumbling down. Embarking on a quest to uncover the deceit, she could lose everything but stands to gain exposing the truth.

Top Billing

SABC 3 (DStv channel 193) 20:29

Top Billing hits the gym with TV star Boity Thulo, Jonathan bites off more than he can chew when he accompanies South African TV darling Boity Thulo to the gym.An exclusive coverage of the wedding of fashion designer Diaan Daniels and his partner of 6 years, Shaun Brian Murphy. Set in the African bushveld with a star-studded guest list.

Isibaya

Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161) 20:30

Shots are fired at the lodge. Samson gets a serious beat down. Qondi and Fezile get into an argument.

Breaking All The Rules

etv (DStv channel 194) 20:30

Qunicy Watson, after being unceremoniously dumped by his fiancée, pens a “how to” book on breaking up and becomes a best-selling author on the subject. Not wanting his male friends to suffer the same fate, he gives them advice on dumping their mates.

Muvhango

SABC 2 (DStv channel 192) 21:00

Khomotjo struggles to come to terms with her own grief. Vhakwevho prepare to say goodbye to one of their own. It is the end of an era as a Mukwevho family member is laid to rest.

Speak Out

SABC 2 (DStv channel 192) 21:30

A consumer rights show that challenges retailers and service providers about consumer issues.

Sokhulu & Patners

SABC 1 (DSTV Channel 191) 22:00

We explore all aspects of the South African Constitution and Bill of Rights and how they apply in practice. Aiming to popularize constitutionality and the workings of the Constitutional Court, by giving the law a human face.

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