DStv is not relenting in her promise of ‘So Much More’ as she keeps lining up programmes that will keep her audience engaged and entertained in this stay-at-home period. She has come again this weekend with an exciting lineup of programmes to make the weekend a rich one.
Catch My Flatmates on Friday 17 April on Africa Magic Urban channel 153 at 7:00pm. Watch the hilarious drama that plays out as Donatus seeks the help of a spiritualist for a solution to his problems.
In Unbroken, the drama is endless, Tivdoo meets Jeff. Eddy bands with Justice. Charity is disappointed in her daughter. Terfa receives a visitor. Showing on Africa Magic Showcase channel 151, Saturday 18 April at 8:00pm.
On 18 April catch Sola Sobowale and Mercy Johnson in Seven and a Half Dates where in a struggle of settling down, a lady is pressured into getting married against her will.
Crumbling Cookies airs on Sunday, 19 April at 7:30 pm. It follows the story of a top media woman who is involved in a ghastly accident that makes her confined to a wheelchair. Her best friend, in the pretence of trying to help, embarks on a betrayal mission with her scheming husband.
Relive a FIFA World Cup Classic which saw Nigeria’s Super Eagles stun European heavyweights Spain in a group stage match during the 1998 World Cup in France. FIFA World Cup Classic Games: 1998 Group Stage: Spain v Nigeria on Saturday 18 April at 3:10 pm on SuperSport 10 channel 230.
One World: Together at Home from Global Citizens now is your chance to fight the spread of the COVID-19nvirus. Global Citizen is partnering with the World Health Organization, the United Nations, and some of the world’s leading artists for One World: #TogetherAtHome — a one-night special event curated by Lady Gaga that makes its global debut starting from April 18 at 8:00pm on Vuzu channel 116.
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