Items filtered by date: June 2013

Take 5

Jun 18 2013 / Published in Variety

2001. Educational Youth Magazine show. English. Take 5 was South Africa’s first interactive, multi-media youth magazine programme dealing with a range of important issues from HIV/AIDS to computers and technology.

Top Billing

Jun 18 2013 / Published in Variety

1996. Magazine Lifestyle. English. This weekly show features beauty, fashion, food, home decor, travel and celebrity weddings. Presenters interview local and international celebrities and feature a South African designer home and showcase awards ceremonies and fashion runway shows. Presenters travel to locations around the world and often partake in exclusive activities such as sky-diving, skiing, and scuba-diving.

Top Billing has, over the years, been a flagship programme on SABC3's schedule. The show is targeted at successful South Africans, proud of their country and their heritage, who aspire to and who do lead the good life via their achievements. The Top Billing brand is synonymous with a lifestyle that encompasses style, quality and discernment.  The show places great emphasis on a quality lifestyle that is in keeping with international trends in fashion, decor, travel and a myriad modern conveniences and luxurie

Taylor Swift photo

Jun 18 2013 / Published in Terms

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Noot vir Noot

Jun 18 2013 / Published in Variety

1991. Variety Music. Afrikaans. This musical quiz show is the longest-running show on SABC.  It features popular Johan Stemmet as host. Four contestants take part in each episode, during which they interpret a number of musical clues. A guest artist performs a medley of 5 songs as part of each episode. The music on Noot vir Noot is performed by the show's live band, Die Musiekfabriek.

Celine Dion photo

Jun 18 2013 / Published in Terms

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Meloding

Jun 18 2013 / Published in Variety

2000. Music Variety.  Multi-lingual. Meloding is a weekly traditional African music programme.

Britney Spears photo

Jun 18 2013 / Published in Terms

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Jam Alley

Jun 18 2013 / Published in Variety

1995-1995.  Youth musical Variety. Multi-lingual.  This Friday music show features local musical genres and local dance styles. Hosted by popular host Vinolia Mashego.

Lady Gaga photo

Jun 18 2013 / Published in Terms

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Henry Cele

Jun 18 2013 / Published in Iconic Faces

Famous for his role as Shaka Zulu, Henry Cele embodied everything about a Zulu leader.

He was born in Durban (1949) and landed the role of Shaka in the SABC's mini series Shaka Zulu, after acting in the same role in a South African stage production of Shaka Zulu.

After his chilling performance in Shaka Zulu, he appeared in major roles in South African movies and television series programmes. He also had minor roles in such action films as Hold my hand, I'm dying and The Last Samurai.

He was married to Jennifer "Jenny" Hollander.

Prior to acting in Shaka Zulu, Cele, nicknamed "Black Cat," was a football goalkeeper. He coached a professional soccer club in South Africa until his death.

After his acting career, Cele moved from his suburban home in Glenmore, South of Durban and went back to Kwamashu township. He died in 2007.

(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

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