TV Guide Friday, November 21, 2014


What’s on tonight

Isidingo: The Need

SABC 3 (DStv channel 193) 18:59

Lincoln’s plan to bypass the taxi strike threatens to ignite the powder keg. Rajesh and Priya’s relationship teeters on a knife’s edge. Aphiwe refuses to hear a bad word about her brother.

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 4

Vuzu TV (DSTV Channel 191) 19:30

The Beverly Hills housewives share laughter over their health and beauty regimens and shed tears talking about their children who are growing up and leaving home. Brandi delves into the tough year she’s had, while Kim doesn’t hide her conflicted feelings about Lisa.

Skeem Saam

SABC 1 (DStv channel 191) 20:00

Marothi plays Charity against her mother and Granny falls hook, line and sinker. Mrs Nkadimeng is back in town. Ma Kunutu is suspicious of Charles wealth.

Shreds And Dreams

SABC 1 (DStv channel 191) 20:30

Nonto, Lefika, Yoliwsa and Annette go on a journey that challenges all of their false perceptions of power, control, love and courage. Through facing their issues they learn what they are truly made of.


Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161) 20:30

Bhekifa and Iris quarrel about the deal. Evil spirits overcome Mehl’mamba. Mkabayi laughs off Mpiyakhe’s new venture.

Live Amp

SABC 1 (DStv channel 191) 21:00

This live show serves as a platform for all things musical, both local and international. The programme covers artists biographies, music news, behind-the-scenes glimpses, interviews and a chat slot.


SABC 2 (DStv channel 192) 21:00

Teboho tells Mulalo she wants to start a family. Thuli and Moriti do not see eye-to-eye. Bab’Buthelezi is shocked when the Nthabeleng tells him what’s wrong with him.

The Conjuring

M-Net (DSTV Channel 101) 21:30

Spine-chilling horror will revive your fears about haunted houses. Two paranormal investigators take a terrifying case when a frightening entity begins terrorising a family in their new home.

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