Good TV, Big Wins


Article by CHICA News. Posted on March 8 2018 at 11:43 am

Hey CHICA’s been a while since we talked television!

So what fab shows are you enjoying currently on the telly?

On the local front, it’s 2018 and DStv Compact is still killing the game with hot shows like Uthando Nes’thembu, Uyang’thanda Na, Date My Family and of course the dramas are attracting lots and lots of viewers. Some of our faves include Nkululeko, The Queen, of course and we’ve also been checking out iKhaya. So much drama!

Besides providing awesome content, DStv Compact is also giving away a house worth R500 000.00 to one lucky subscriber. The competition is open to all compact subscribers and you can read the details HERE but most importantly, the closing date is 2 April 2018 so don’t miss out!

It’s interesting to see just how much conversation is generated by these shows, especially the Sunday shows on social media. It’s almost as if we are experience the peak of local content, created by black companies for the black community.

There’s just something powerful about watching content that resonates, that you identify with as a viewer and I’m not sure how Mzansi Magic does it but whatever it is, it works!

 

 

 

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Hey CHICA’s been a while since we talked television!

So what fab shows are you enjoying currently on the telly?

On the local front, it’s 2018 and DStv Compact is still killing the game with hot shows like Uthando Nes’thembu, Uyang’thanda Na, Date My Family and of course the dramas are attracting lots and lots of viewers. Some of our faves include Nkululeko, The Queen, of course and we’ve also been checking out iKhaya. So much drama!

Besides providing awesome content, DStv Compact is also giving away a house worth R500 000.00 to one lucky subscriber. The competition is open to all compact subscribers and you can read the details HERE but most importantly, the closing date is 2 April 2018 so don’t miss out!

It’s interesting to see just how much conversation is generated by these shows, especially the Sunday shows on social media. It’s almost as if we are experience the peak of local content, created by black companies for the black community.

There’s just something powerful about watching content that resonates, that you identify with as a viewer and I’m not sure how Mzansi Magic does it but whatever it is, it works!

 

 

 

  • Sponsored

 

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