TV Guide Tuesday, October 28, 2014

By Drum Digital
28 October 2014

What to watch tonight on TV

What’s on tonight?

Ekse: Let’s Talk With Masechaba…

etv (DSTV Channel 194) 17:55

Are Traditional Leaders Still Relevant In Democratic South Africa?. Ekse: Lets Talk With Masechaba Lekalake. With Masechaba Lekalake, Tol Ass Mo and Refilwe Modiselle.

America’s Got Talent

M-Net (DSTV Channel 101) 18:30

Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howard Stern go in search of some of Americas hottest talent


SABC 1 (DSTV Channel 191) 19:30

An exciting variety programme filled with fun and big prizes. Fans send in letters to get a chance to go out with their favourite celebrities, to go overseas to see their favourite stars or meet those who are visiting.

Skeem Sam

SABC 1 (DSTV Channel 191) 20:00

Lelos plans for Kwaito seem to be going wrong. Kat is staggered by the polices perspective of his involvement in Kwaitos disappearance. Sifiso shows up in Turfloop to comfort a distraught MaNtuli.


Mzansi Magic (DSTV channel 161) 20:30

The chief has a new member on board. Mpiyakhe defends Mehlemamba. Phumelele is angry when she hears the truth. Samson switches sides.

Soul City

SABC 1 (DSTV Channel 191) 20:30

We focus on health and development issues that mirror those of the South African population.

Tongue In cheek

SABC 3 (DSTV Channel 193) 20:29

Carolyn Steyn, Michael De Pinna, Anele Mdoda and Sashi Naidoo – a panel of experts who will be discussing everything from high fashion, to who wore what, who is dating whom and bringing to the fore the latest trends.


SABC 1 (DSTV Channel 191 21:00)

A group of strangers go away for a day where they meet for the first time and undergo a series of tests designed to demonstrate a range of skills.


SABC 2 (DSTV Channel 192) 21:00

Mulimisi gives Susan a clue about Muvhango’s kidnapper. Matshidiso is determined to keep Ndalamo all to herself. Thandaza makes Katlego feel unwelcome.


SABC 3 (DSTV Channel 193) 21:30

The Impact Of Oscar. Following the culmination of the Oscar Pistorius trial, we speak to journalists - who had a front row seat - about a system that doesnt always work for those without the resources to fight for justice.

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