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New on ShowMax

New on ShowMax

Seven new movies on ShowMax International If you’re a ShowMax subscriber living overseas, you’re in for a treat with seven stellar new South African movies coming to your screen in April and May. Here’s what you can look forward to. Johnny Is Nie Dood Nie Relive the...

New on ShowMax

New on ShowMax

Kom ons Braai – New episodes South-Africa’s favourite pastime is now a social experiment: In Kom ons Braai three couples who have never met take up the challenge to invite the others for a braai – and the heat is turned on almost immediately! Family recipes and foodie...

This week on Carte Blanche

This week on Carte Blanche

On Carte Blanche this week Has the Asset Forfeiture Unit done any good so far? Will the DA be able to survive its internal power struggles? What are my rights when it comes to telemarketing? Carte Blanche answers all of these and more of your questions. ShowMax...

New series – Knapsekêrels

New series – Knapsekêrels

Paul C. Venter’s series (Arende, Torings, Konings and Vlug na Egipte to name a few) are always a hit with South Africans and his latest offering, Knapsekêrels, promises even more intrigue and action than previous stories from his pen. This kykNET series is set in...

Die Kasteel

Die Kasteel

Die Kasteel (The Castle) is a brand-new Afrikaans kykNET sitcom which – as befits the best sitcoms – is filmed in front of a live studio audience. It tells the story of Eckhard and Tina-Marie de Wet, formerly well-to-do inhabitants of Waterkloof, who lose all their...

Elders: Die Camino

Elders: Die Camino

Elders, Erns Grundling’s book about his experiences while walking the Spanish pilgrimage known as the Camino, is a bestseller that sweeps readers along on a life-changing journey on foot, but also on an inner journey. Now you can get an even more intimate glance at...

HARTSTOG – History was made in a heartbeat

HARTSTOG – History was made in a heartbeat

Fifty years after the first heart was successfully transplanted from one human to another, you can now see how these events unfolded in a new docudrama. In Hartstog, the human drama surrounding the events that took place on 3 December 1967 is revealed in three...

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