Morning Live is a live daily Breakfast Show.
The programme answers two pertinent questions: What are South Africans waking up to today and what is the news agenda for the day?
The show carries the day's diary, market sense; socio-economic issues; science, technology, education matters; crime and courts issues; political issues; sports news; live weather and traffic reports.
Morning Live broadcasts live Monday to Friday (06:00 - 08:00) and, Saturday and Sunday (07:00 – 8:30).
‘The Tribe’ is a unique science fiction drama series that explores a world in which a pandemic leaves only teenagers on planet earth. Given COVID-19, this TV show is still as relevant as ever. In a post-apocalyptic city, children and teenagers band together in so-called tribes to survive. The young protagonists also handle typical social and personal issues of adolescence with themes encompassing peer pressure, traditions, environmental issues, and finding a place in the world.
THE TRIBE - MON & TUES @ 16:30
Mam’Sheila is utterly adored by her three adult sons. They would not tolerate a bad word against her… Unfortunately, their three wives are forced to deal with a lot of stress thanks to their Mamazala. To keep peace in the family, and to keep their marriages afloat, the three daughters-in-law need to stay in their mother-in-law’s good books – an extremely trying task, since Mamazala is not easy to please.
Angela Lansbury stars as mystery writer Jessica Fletcher, an affable, kind woman with a mind for murder. On many occasions she ventures out of her cosy home in Cabot Cove, Maine and becomes a real-life detective, using her wicked imagination and insight into the criminal mind to uncover an assortment of insidious plots. This long-running, Emmy-winning series delights as it encourages the attentive viewer to decipher the clues and join Jessica in solving the case!
Presented by Paul Rothmann, Vicky Davis, Amalia Uys, Hemelbesem, Rumacques Gelderbloem, and Sasha-Lee Davids, each episode of Pasella will provide a triple dose of fun and enjoyment to entertain our viewers.
We take our viewers with us as we hang out with celebrities and experts as we tour through the country whilst uncovering the best-hidden gems.
WEDNESDAYS @ 19:30
The X Factor: The Band features girl groups and boy bands as they battle it out to be crowned the nation’s new pop sensations. The music show has created successful bands including One Direction, Little Mix and Fifth Harmony. In total, acts discovered by The X Factor have sold more than 400 million records globally to date. Now with The X Factor: The Band, the show is bidding to create the next big girl or boyband, in just a matter of weeks.
The series is hosted by fan favourite Dermot O’Leary.
This heart-warming, coming of 'old-age' series is a journey of re-discovery, of finding the meaning of life all over again. An impromptu road trip from Cape Town to the West Coast, Karavaan is a charming homage to the quintessential landscape, the colourful towns and what friendship really means. It is heart-warming, funny, sad, and nostalgic. Characteristically South African.
The quirky 13-part road trip dramedy is set in the Western Cape between Cape Town and Vredendal. It follows long-time friends Hennie, Renske, Gert and Marshall, travelling in Renske’s car and Hennie’s battered Karavaan, a group of ‘oldies’ facing various obstacles, impacting how they perceive life and their idea of growing old gracefully.
Karavaan features Kurt Egelhof as Hennie, a widower who wants to live a simple, quiet life, with economic freedom, Albert Maritz as Gert Marais, a stroke survivor now living in a frail care facility, Elsabe Daneel as Renske Minnaar, an artistic, eccentric, lively, quirky, and empathetic widow who loves people and follows her own rules and Ivan Abrahams as Marshal Jones, a widower desperately clinging to the memory of his late wife; for him, death is almost something to look forward to. Denver Vraagom plays Pretty Boy, a single Karaoke King who can’t take responsibility for anything, holding on to his fading looks.
In this hilarious, melodic, and inspirational series, there’s never a dull moment in the world of larger-than-life Pastor Richard Hartley. When he isn’t preaching and inspiring his congregation at his Long Island, NY church, he’s dealing with his rambunctious and loving family… all while utilizing his musical skills to make the church’s choir top notch. Having spent years travelling the globe working with incredible choirs and A-list musicians, Richard is now focused on his hometown choir and, with the help of his wife Stacey, trying to get his millennial children, Judea and Jordan, out of the house so that they can build their own dreams.
Black Tax is a comedy series unlike any other, where we get to see the successful professional black woman Thuli Dlamini, as she grapples with the unsaid aspect of her community that affects most middle-class African people. Thuli has to deal with the unspoken law of payback to the community of people that helped her get to where she is. In the series, she navigates life as a single parent who juggles relationships, career, and the sudden arrival of her family into her modest suburban townhouse.
After his mother passes away, ambitious (but failed) entrepreneur Tshiamo Tselane is left to run her supermarket in Kliptown. Having had terrible luck with all of his past projects, Tshiamo becomes hellbent on making the supermarket successful enough to one day franchise both to honour his mother’s legacy and prove his worth as a business man.
Thrown into the mix, is his father, a famous ex-soccer star, Bra Pantsula who comes back after a twenty-five year absence. Bra Pantsula had only returned to his long forgotten home due to financial desperation but when he learns of his wife’s passing, he feels a calling to be a part of his son (and grandson’s) life again. Tshiamo makes it clear to him that he wants nothing to do with him. But when it’s revealed that his father is still a fifty percent shareholder in the supermarket, Tshiamo has no choice but to grudgingly let his father back into the family and let him be a part of the running of the supermarket.