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Friday, July 3, 2015

Kgomotso Matsunyane to present a second weekly TV talk show, Sex Talk, on CTV from 9 July; promises 'frank, fun' discussion of sexuality.


Multi-tasking, multi-talker Kgomotso Matsunyane isn't staying with just the SABC, next week she will start her second nationally shown TV talk show, Sex Talk on community TV station Cape Town TV (DStv 263) at 19:30.

Kgomotso Matsunyane who is the moderator of the recently started panel discussion talk show Rise on SABC1 starts another talk show on Thursday, 9 July on Cape Town TV, opening up the discussion about sex and sexuality.

Sex Talk promises to be CTV's most provocative show yet and since the terrestrial community TV station is carried on MultiChoice's DStv satellite pay-TV platform making it accessible for DStv subscribers nationally, viewership will likely spike for Cape Town TV with the addition of the weekly talk show.

Episodes of Sex Talk will repeat on CTV on Saturdays at 21:00.

Kgomotso Matsunyane promises that Sex Talk will be a frank discussion about sex, "yes – sex, that topic that we dare not talk about, even though people are thinking sex, wanting sex, reading sex, watching sex, having sex, avoiding sex, or even worse, hurting or killing someone through sex".

Like SABC1's Rise, Kgomotso Matsunyane's new concurrent talk show which will be "a fun, frank and entertaining weekly talk show" will also have panelists and guests in conversation to talk about sex. Sex Talk topics will range from masturbation and deception to infidelity and impotency.

Sex Talk will also tackle issues of social concerns, such as sexual equality, teenage pregnancy, the role of the parents, violence based on sex and sexuality, but also the pleasures of sex.

"By allowing guests to interact in dialogue rather than being interviewed, Sex Talk enables free flowing and uninhibited conversation - and what emerges is revelatory," says Kgomotso Matsunyane.