New talk show Tri-A-Logue premieres on SABC2

Date: Nov 10, 2020

Tri-a-logue is a brand new “hostless” talk-television series, set to make its debut on Thursday, 12 November 2020 at 20h30 on SABC 2

In this thirteen-part series, three people, some of whom are very prominent, meet to discuss relevant issues that have impacted their lives and that affect thousands of South-Africans on a daily basis - from major health matters to different social ills that are plaguing our communities.

Tri-a-logue informs, engages and sparks debate in a manner that is authentic and down-to-earth. It's like having an easy chat with two of one’s closest friends and sharing opinions, emotions and experiences in a frank and forthright conversation.

The topics under discussion include:  Living Positively with HIV, Managing TB, Living with Diabetes; Female Ex-Offenders; Living with Albinism; Alcoholism; Breast Cancer, Teen Moms and Single Dads. We also look at the scourge of Rape Culture, and Gender-Based Violence are discussed over two episodes, each from the male and female perspectives. Each episode is unique, visually rich and highly personal. Join the discussion with Tri.a.logue ... weekly on SABC 2.

‘Tri-a-logue is a brand new Talk Show that has been long in the making and we are really excited to finally reveal it to our SABC 2 viewers. It is shows like these that create talkability in communities and continue to edutain at the same time. The producer of the show, Ms Doreen Morris, describes it as;  it's like having a comfortable chat with two of one’s closest friends and sharing opinions, emotions and experiences in a frank and forthright conversation on hard-hitting, relevant and engaging topics that are in the public domain’. – Commented Jacqui Hlongwane, SABC 2 Programme Manager.

1. Diabetes                                                      (Nov 12)
Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2 is a chronic condition associated with abnormally high levels of sugar (glucose) in the blood, and can be fatal if not treated and managed properly. Legendary actresses Shaleen Surtie-Richards, Sophie Ndaba and journalist Karyn Maughan, who have all been living with and managing different types of diabetes for most of their adult lives, share their journeys with diabetes and how they manage the disease with their busy careers and lifestyles.

Catch the new season of TRI-A-LOGUE starting on 12 November 2020 at 20h30 on SABC 2 You Belong.


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