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The Great South African Bake Off Applications Open

The Great South African Bake Off is set to return to BBC Lifestyle (DStv channel 174) and applications for series three close on Monday, 12 June. Filming for the ten-part series will take place in Johannesburg and the Love Productions format will once again be produced locally by Rapid Blue, 2016 SAFTA winners for Strictly Come Dancing and award-winning producers ...

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Schedule Update: M-Net channel latest schedule updates for April

M-Net 101: New Information: –     Girls VI – the three remaining episodes continue on M-Net 101 (previously M-Net Edge) from today, Friday 7 April 22:30 (episode 8), Friday 14 April (episode 9) at 22:30, and then the finale (episode 10) will be scheduled on Friday 21 April at 22:30. –     Crashing – the remaining two episodes continue M-Net 101 (previously ...

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Win a Luxurious Escape on the Rovos with @DSTV

Closing date: 31 March 2017 DStv is giving two couples the chance to win an escape of a lifetime on the luxurious Rovos Rail in 2017. For entry, the account holder must reconnect, upgrade, or stay connected to DStv Premium from 01 December until 31 March 2017, and complete the entry form. To stand a chance to win simply follow the ...

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New year, new cast on The Queen!

You know who you are rooting for on The Queen but the cast on your favourite show is about to get more interesting. You may have a new fav! The heart of a mother, the mind of a gangster: The Queen is a show of good vs evil, the conflict of love vs money and giving up vs going as far ...

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The Ranakas Season 1 starts Today at 20:00 #MzansiFreshest

After the success of Dineo Ranaka’s reality show titled ‘Dineo’s Diary‘ which featured most of her family members, the clan returns with their own show titled ‘The Ranakas’. According to a statement by Mzansi Magic,”the new reality series, The Ranakas takes a candid look at how an authentic local family deals with the stresses of 21st century living, within an African context.”  The Ranakas will ...

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