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Saturday, January 27, 2018

SABC2 has some new local programming for February and March including new drama series Guilt; kids show Naruto returns.


The SABC's SABC2 announced some new shows for Johannesburg press at a media event on Thursday that the channel will broadcast in February and March.

A new drama series Guilt will start on Wednesday 28 February at 21:30 in which a group of neighbours find R1 million near an accident scene and agree to stay quiet and keep the money. SABC2 was asked for more information about the show but didn't respond to a media enquiry.

Botho - Act of Kindness is a new local reality show that will start on SABC2 on Friday 9 February at 20:30 in which South Africans do something for someone who had impacted their lives.

Mehlomadala, another new local reality show, will start on Saturday 31 March on SABC2 at 18:00. SABC2 describes it as "bring people together who under normal circumstances might not have come together but the need to reconnect have been etched on each other’s minds and hearts".

The latest season of The Big Debate that started in late-2017 will resume on Saturday 3 February at 19:00 on SABC2 with moderator Redi Tlhabi.

Red Cake - Not The Cooking Show, the variety show with Tumi Morake and Alan Committee will return to SABC2 from Friday 9 February at 19:00.

Relate returns for a second season to SABC2 on Monday 5 February at 22:00 trying to repair fractured relationships.

The 3rd season of Abomzala will start on SABC2 on Sunday 4 Feburary. The second season of the Afrikaans drama series Swartwater will resume on 13 March at 19:00.

The kids show Naruto will return from Monday 5 February with episodes from Mondays to Thursdays at 17:00. The second season of Disney's Doc McStuffins will be broadcast from 9 February on Fridays at 15:00 with Disney A.N.T. Farm on Fridays at 17:00, starting from 23 February.

Grand Masters starts on Thursday 8 February at 10:30 on SABC2 in which teachers from primary and high schools competing in tasks.

Raising Babies 101 starts on Friday 9 February on SABC2 as a weekly talk show for parents and caregivers about parenthood.