The women of The Buzz talk arranged marriage, Nairobi is the location for this week’s cook-off on Hoot, Cook, Go, and gender roles is the hot topic at the Love Swap dinner table. Catch it all on HONEY DStv channel 173 this week.

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Wawu, That’s My Dress

A bridal boutique is where the dreams of future Nigerian brides come true on this wedding show on HONEY DStv 173. Host and stylist Dami Oke helps brides-to-be find the perfect dress for their big day.

This week on Wawu, That’s My Dress, Ruth is on her way down the aisle, but her first stop? The dress shop. With the help of her mother and Dami, she hopes to walk out with the wawu-est dress.

Catch Wawu, That’s My Dress every Monday at 19:30 (SA time) on DStv 173.

WAT 18:30 | CAT 19:30 | EAT 20:30


The Buzz

TV and radio host Anele Mdoda heads up a fresh talk show with four co-hosts from different parts of the continent. Davina Mavuwa (Zimbabwe), Rachel Mwangemi (Kenya), Zanna Katoka (DRC) and Pearl Umeh (Nigeria) get stuck into viewers' real-life dilemmas. Each of them has a vote on the way forward.

This week on The Buzz, Hani from Somalia writes in because she is concerned about her arranged marriage. The women of The Buzz give their opinions and advice.

Catch The Buzz from Mondays to Thursdays at 19:00 (SA time) on DStv 173.

WAT 18:00 | CAT 19:00 | EAT 20:00


Love Swap

What happens when couples swap partners to test the strength of their relationship over a meal? This reality cooking show on DStv 173 gets couples to trade their other halves and cook for each other while finding out what makes their dinner partner tick and how they express their love languages. At the end of the day the two couples have dinner together and share what they’ve learnt about their own relationships.

This week on Love Swap, Muyiwa and Adejugbe are swapped with Rebecca and Augustine. With gender roles and child care as the main topics of conversation, not all the guests see eye-to-eye across the dinner table.

Catch Love Swap every Wednesday at 5PM (SA time) on DStv 173.

WAT (16:00) CAT (17:00) EAT (18:00)


Hoot, Cook, Go

In this cooking series on DStv 173, three teams have an hour to prepare a meal that shows who they are. When they hear the hooter, it's time to go off to the next setting. This show offers a fun exploration of Africa's diverse food cultures and relationships.

This week on Hoot, Cook, Go, we’re back in the bustling streets of Nairobi and our teams are ready to rumble. Vanessa and Wanjiku take on chicken curry and cumin rice. Ann and Mary prepare pork chops and Miriam and Stanley cook some authentic beef biriani.

Catch Hoot, Cook, Go every Thursday at 17:00 (SA time) on DStv 173.

WAT 16:00 | CAT 17:00 | EAT 18:00


Pastors’ Wives

We meet the glamorous women holding it all together in their religious households on HONEY’s reality show Pastors’ Wives. This DStv 173 show follows the intriguing lives of Nandi Mlombi, Anietie Ezeimo, Innocent Sadiki, Adeola Da Costa Ayo and Phume Khethang. Viewers get to witness the dramatic situations they find themselves in when the pastors’ wives get together.

This week on Pastors’ Wives, Innocent and Phindu welcome their new “baby”, the wives and their husbands get together to break bread and reconcile, and Anietie hosts a feast where a getaway trip is announced.

Catch Pastors’ Wives every Friday at 17:00 (SA time) on DStv channel 173.

WAT 16:00 | CAT 17:00 | EAT 18:00.

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