This Spring, we celebrate the start of something new and the return of a season of the best in home grown entertainment. An SABC Press screening for the SABC Channels, SABC 1, SABC 2 and SABC 3 was held on Tuesday, 23 July 2013, at Summer Place, Hyde Park in Johannesburg. The spring edition of the SABC quarterly press screenings which for the first time featured all three channels, revealed a very exciting and enticing line up of shows coming up in the months of August, September and October.
Matlou Cate Madibana was born on the 04 of April 1988 at Dithabaneng village (Ga-Malebogo) near Senwabarwana. She was raised in the family of 8 children by her mother Molelekwa Christina Madibana and Matsebe Alpheus Madibana as her Step Father. She is the fourth kid but the last daughter in her family. She is not yet married but blessed with a son, Thato Madibana.
Thabelo Mavhutha grew up in a village called Tshifulanani in the Vhembe region, Limpopo. She is young, vibrant and passionate about the Arts. Her other love is Theatre; she enjoys writing poetry, performing as well as reading African literature.
Women in Science airs on SABC2 from the 28th July at 21:00. The six part documentary series is about ordinary women doing extra-ordinary things in some of the world’s most cutting edge areas of research; space science, synthetic biology and palaeoanthropology right here in South Africa.
1 August 2013: Skeem Saam season two features lead roles Clement Maosa (Kwaito), Cornet Mamabolo (Tbose) and Patrick Seleka (Katlego). When Tbose sees a heavily pregnant Mapitsi, he is forced to confront the reality that he will soon be a father. Skeem Saam continues with Tbose, Kwaito and Kat. Read more on each episodes.
23 July 2013 on SABC1 at 11h00 to 12h00: Fashion is a popular topic among many people throughout South Africa. Sometimes in fashion, as in life, it’s good to know what NOT to do (or wear). There are few exceptions for when it might be OK to break these rules. Remember clothes are a form of self-expression.