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By Siyamthanda Binza


Mzansi gave us more talent on our television screens this year. This resulted in most of these new shows trending every night on social media.


Tjovitjo

This is a new drama series that became the most watched drama upon being launched earlier this year. It not only involves acting, but PANTSULA dancing as well.


Thuli no Thulani

A brand new sitcom was also launched this year, giving us a lighter experience from all the drama we have in our lives as well as on our tv screens(not that we complaining).


Inumber Number

A new drama series filled with corruption, violence and a bit of romance was launched this year keeping us at the edge of our seats on sundays.


The Imposter

Ferguson films offered an addition of their creativity to our tv screens. Something completely different to what we usually get from them. It seems like fans aren't too taken by this one.


Broken Vows

This show launched in April this year is about a family that runs their own wedding company. Some of our country's top actors came together for this new show.


Idols

Another year, a new exciting season of Idols was one TV show that got every South African viewer stoked! We got to appreciate more of what the country has to offer in terms of SA talent, to go into the music space.


Real Talk with Anele

Anele Mdoda has a daily talk show taking after Noeleen Maholwana-Sangqu and doing a great job at it. There couldn't be a better fit.



Isithembiso

Mzansi Magic added this young telenovela to the line-up giving us an idea of what it means to be a young black person.


WTF Tumi

South Africa's comedian and actress, Tumi Morake gave us a brand new late night live talk show on sabc 3.


The Come Up

A new hot music and lifestyle show hosted by Luthando Shosha also came through this year. This show is based on the journey of celebrities from their upbringing and songs that take them back to certain moments in their “Come Upâ€Â.



Umswenko

Nomalanga takes a look at the fashion “yeayâ€Âs and “nah famâ€Âs in this show. Sitting down with people in the Entertainment Industry and talking all things fashion.


Change Down

Hosted by comedian Skhumba and Boity Thulo. A show that takes you through Mzansi streets while reviewing different cars


The Hustle

Another “open up the industryâ€Â solution trended this year where 3 power houses groomed undiscovered potential musicians in Mzansi in a form of a rap competition. The winner got to walk away with a R250 000 cash prize, an Opel Corsa Sport. A record deal with Vth Season and PR contract with African Star Communications.


It Takes A Village

This show is about helping women with social issues in their communities. As we all know how DJ Zinhle is all about women empowerment. This show is another way in which she gives a helping hand to women in communities in her home town, KZN.


NXT LVL Music show

As many have demanded that the Entertainment Industry be “openedâ€Â, power houses came together with Vodacom to provide a platform in which potential artists can be groomed and mentored for the Entertainment Industry. “Opening the Industryâ€Â


Home ground

Homeground is an exciting show interviewing celebrity guests as well as re-live sporting highlights from the week. It's hosted by the gorgeous Minnie Dlamini and Lungile Radu.


Did you like our list? Add on to it in the comments section below.









 

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