Slick city kids are taken away from technology and out of their comfort zones to survive on the bare basics. In each episode a single pre-teen has to forego their city trappings like the internet or gaming and go through a back-to-basics challenge (i.e. Milking a cow or surviving in the wilderness) to see what it takes to survive on one’s practical skills. Watch City Slickers every Thursday at 16:30 to 17:00 on S3.
SA is water scarce. This series aims to mobilise South Africans to be part of the solution. An investigative approach into real stories of people who live with minimal water supply and why. Taking a deeper look into the water table information will educate people on where our water goes and why SA is under threat. Once informed, what will you, the voter and the user, do about it?
Yum.me is a weekly cooking competition for teens and tweens (9-16) in which young foodies compete to win the weekly prize and the title of "Yum.Me Champion". Yum.Me is a culinary competition series for tweens. Four kids are divided into two teams. They compete against each other, in a time-based cook-off style. The show is educational and informative, while simultaneously keeping it's primary competitive element. The food knowledge round, based on both food and cooking, forms part of the show's edutainment element where additional knowledge on cooking, health and the nutritional value of food is imparted. Watch Yum.me every Tuesday at 16:30 to 17:00 on S3.
The concept is a situational comedy based on two girls (Esihle & Rhandzu) exploring challenges of school-life, adventure, family dynamic & relations, technology & innovation, social media and entrepreneurship. Esihle and Rhandzu put their non-existent talents to use, making video blogs for their online style guide channel. Upon reaching 10,000 subscribers for their fashion-forward videos, the friends are invited to attend a prestigious business & innovation school for talented kids where they are not taken seriously. There, they continue their quest to reach the top of the blogosphere, only the problem is, they have zero business acumen. The girls embark on a series of comedic adventures in hopes of becoming successful entrepreneurs. Watch 100 Days to Succeed every Friday at 16:30 to 17:00 on S3.
Sister V is a brand-new show about dissecting the world of parenting, pregnancy challenges and the culture of childbirth in South Africa. Sister V and her team of medical professionals provide a unique bespoke service tailored to the needs of her wide range of patients. Watch Sister V on Call every Thursday at 10:00 to 11:00 on SABC 2.
Enter a world of endless possibilities Inside the Baobab Tree, the enchanting home of Mandisa and Baby Bab, the bush baby.
Whip the Chef is a children’s show that travels the length and breadth of the country in search of great locations, tasty dishes and the wonderful variety of cultures and food tastes in our country. It has been reintroducing the magic of simple food the way in which it was meant to be enjoyed: wholesome, fresh and in celebration of the joy of life that all children should experience.
Living Land is a show that promotes; uplifts and educates the farmer, especially emerging farmers. The show endeavours to bring viewers insights into the latest trends and developments in agriculture.
Dijo Le Bophelo is a programme that raises awareness and consciousness about food, related health and lifestyle issues; with the aim to encourage viewers to examine their relationship with food, so as to make informed choices.
The series entails 4 episodes of 48 minutes. Youth Culture is a documentary series that follows the history and culture of traditional music and forms carried out by youth on the periphery of mainstream society
48 Hours is designed to bring the world of careers to young South Africans. Each week two matric pupils spend 48 hours on the job with different professionals; they take on basic chores, learning and asking as much as possible.
A moral youth lifestyle magazine series that celebrates young South Africans who are sacrificing their leisure and disposable income to help their communities.
One Day Leader is a reality format that aims to identify and develop young leaders, between the ages of 18 and 25 while engaging the public and creating awareness around critical social and economic issues.
Restyle my Style is a kids' makeover show that uses kids' individual style ideas and visions to transform their personal spaces.
An energetic new teen show that promises to pull out all the stops for the young viewers of the nation!
Hectic Nine-9 is a teen television live interactive magazine show. It covers a variety of topics from Careers, teen issues, youth on the move, music etc
This story is about a little girl called Luna-Belle, who believes she comes from the moon. Every night when our heroine falls asleep, her dreams transport her to a magical land of beautiful creatures.
Celebrating and profiling successful entrepreneurs by uncovering their initial and current motivations, their challenges and obstacles along the way and finally their victories against all odds.
The series focuses on how various educators; principals and schools overcome diverse challenges and excel in the teaching fraternity
This series looks at those events through behind-the-scene stories of ordinary people. Those men and women who were directly involved are the people who watched powerful events at close range; people with interesting tales to tell.
A variety docu magazine series that celebrates the life of our elderly champions by sharing their stories while focusing on their achievements and well being in order to promote their sense of inclusivity and respect.
An exciting audience-driven, live-educational television talk show that seeks to inspire the youth of Mzansi by engaging them in various issues that affect their lives, through an open studio dialogue, case study discussions.
Skeem Saam is a blend of stories about the journey to manhood. It examines the plight of today's male children and the tough challenges they face transitioning
Geleza Nathi is Mzansi’s favourite study buddy which offers quality education on core subjects every weekday from 5 am – 6 am kicking off the day with fun games, local school visits and topical youth-related issues.”
Words and Numbers is an interactive numeracy and literacy game show. Fun and games all round as contestants battle it out in a quiz to win the grand prize
The science and technology show begins when Mr E, a frequency of energy from the future contacts Thami and Nolwazi and tells them that they need to find a theory to save the earth and future from destruction.
A multi-media learner support initiative aimed at limiting the impact of the lockdown on the school calendar.
A game show designed to educate while entertaining on the subject of business, making it fun & engaging, while inculcating a culture of entrepreneurship amongst previously disadvantaged