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A new documentary unpacks the impact of sex predator R Kelly.
A new documentary unpacks the impact of sex predator R Kelly.

SUN 23.06

Surviving R Kelly: The Impact

CI (DStv channel 170), 8pm

The two-hour special hosted by award-winning US journalist Soledad O’Brien details the conversations and reactions ignited by the powerful documentary series. It also highlights the impact the documentary has had on our culture globally and how it has elevated the conversation about sexual violence.


Vuzu (DStv channel 116), 8pm


Deacon goes on a date with a familiar face, while Will and Gunnar invite Avery to perform with them. Follow the superstar performers of Music City, Nashville.

ICC Cricket World Cup Pakistan vs SA

SABC3 (DStv channel 193), 7.30pm

Get your dose of Protea fire and back the boys as they bow out.

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SABC3 (DStv channel 193), 12pm

Experience the best in local interior design, architecture, food and art.

MON 24.06

Inhliziyo Yethu

Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161), 6pm

A dedicated wife crosses the line when her husband gets bumped off the top of a heart transplant waiting list.

The Good Doctor

M-Net (DStv channel 101), 7pm


Shaun finds himself in Andrews’ crosshairs after he makes a controversial proposal regarding the treatment of a homeless patient.

YoTV Live

SABC1 (DStv channel 191), 3.30pm

YoTV Live is a presenter-driven interactive, dynamic, fun and wacky social media blom-pozzie that entertains and informs Mzansi’s youngsters.

Real Estate Wars

SABC3 (DStv channel 193), 8.30pm

John McMonigle was formerly the number one property agent in Orange County, but lost everything when the markets crashed.

TUE 25.06

Bachelor in Paradise Australia

Vuzu (DStv channel 116), 8pm


Davey chooses mateship over love and picks Leah for the first date, but his decision sends shock waves through Paradise.


Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161), 8pm

Presenter and motivational speaker Nimrod Nkosi takes on the mammoth task of resolving issues of paternity using DNA testing to help families, in this docu-reality series.

WED 26.06


SABC1 (DStv channel 191), 8.30pm

Award-winning soapie action from the heart of KwaMashu in KwaZulu-Natal.

The Big Bang Theory

M-Net (DStv channel 101), 7.30pm


Stars Johnny Galecki and Kaley Cuoco lead fans on a trip down memory lane in this special retrospective of the beloved, long-running sitcom.


M-Net (DStv channel 101), 9pm


The stakes are incredibly high in this provocative drama starring Golden Globe-winners Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis as two men caught in a struggle for justice, power and money.

THU 27.06

Angie Tribeca

Vuzu (DStv channel 116), 6pm


Steve and Nancy Carell present this satirical cop comedy. Angie Tribeca leads a squad of LAPD detectives who investigate “the most serious cases”.

Little Women

M-Net (DStv channel 101), 10.10pm


A year has passed and, as Amy goes on a tour to Europe, Jo flees to New York to pursue her career, and Beth’s health and spirits cause concern. This is the final episode of the miniseries based on the classic novel.

FRI 28.06


SABC2 (DStv channel 192), 9.30pm

A round-up of local boxing matches, highlights and top sporting analysis.

Private Resort

SABC1 (DStv channel 191), 11pm

This story revolves around two adolescent boys who are guests at a Florida resort for the weekend. Their only interest, of course, is in chasing girls, but fate has much more in store for them.

SAT 29.06

Murder Made Me Famous

CBS Reality (DStv channel 132), 8pm

Personal accounts from victims’ family members, jurors, members of law enforcement and journalists involved with each case to give viewers an intimate perspective.


Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161), 7.30pm

An irresponsible man ends up living on the streets of Johannesburg after hitting a child with his car in a drunk driving incident.


M-Net (DStv channel 101), 8pm


After receiving mysterious invitations, Archie, Betty, Veronica and Jughead band together to confront the evils of their past once and for all in this popular teen drama.

The Last Kingdom

M-Net (DStv channel 101), 9.40pm


His health failing and fearing for his legacy, Alfred sends Uhtred to confront a new threat – fierce Danish warrior Bloodhair and his sorceress, Skade, in this period drama.


M-Net City (DStv channel 115), 8.50pm


The mutated Eduardo/Bane kidnaps Bruce, Jim and the general in charge of assessing Gotham’s suitability for reunification. This Emmy-winning DC drama comes from the creator of The Mentalist.


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