New on SABC1 in September 2011 (Updated)
Premieres on SABC1 this September:

The Dr. Oz Show
Premiere date: Thursday, 1 September 2011 at 10h00
New episodes air Mondays to Fridays at 10h00

The Dr Oz Show takes over from Tyra in the Monday to Friday 10h00 timeslot.

For more about the show, see: TVSA's The Dr Oz Show Mini-Site

Nomzamo (Rebroadcast)
Premiere date: Friday, 2 September 2011 at 19h00
Please note: Run's House 3 was scheduled to premiere in this timeslot and was replaced with a repeat Nomzamo at the last minute.

A sitcom which gives a take on closing the generational gap between three generations of one family: a young mother (the title character), her father and her young son.

For more about the series, see: TVSA's Nomzamo Mini-Site

My Perfect Family

Premiere date: Monday, 2 September 2011 at 19h00

A new sitcom following the growing pains of socially-awkward teen soap star Luyanda Nkosi as he takes on the role of trying to keep his broken, dysfunctional family together.

For more about the series, see: TVSA's My Perfect Family Mini-Site

Human Target
Premiere date: Monday, 5 September 2011 at 22h00

Based on the DC Comics comic book and graphic novel, Human Target is a full-throttle action drama centered on Christopher Chance, a unique personal security expert.

For more about the show, see: TVSA's Human Target Mini-Site

Shreds & Dreams
Premiere date: Thursday, 8 September 2011 at 22h00

Series co-creator Portia Gumede

A new four part mini-series, based on a play by Bongi Ndaba which had a successful run at the Market Theatre.

The series is produced by Paw Paw films and conceived and created by Portia Gumede and Bongi Ndaba.

The scenario: They were married off at a younger age, gave birth at the age of 15 and kicked out because they were thought to be barren. Everything they did was considered not good enough so they ran away to the unknown.

The series introduces us to Nontobeko, Lefika and Yoliswa as teenagers in a rural upbringing where all their choices are made for them. They travel to the city as they become women and the demons from their past come knocking.

The main themes the drama are that of discrimination against rural women who are barren, who have too much ambition, self worth and a will to find sense of self in a world that doesn’t take kindly to women with the will to survive and better themselves.

The show stars Linda Sokhulu as Lefika, Gugu Masondo as Nontobeko, Lerato Moloisane as Yoliswa, as well as Melusi Yeni, Baby Cele, Elliot Ngubane and Mbulelo Ndlazilwana.

Turn It Out
Premiere date: Thursday, 15 September 2011 at 19h00

A new 26-episode dance reality show that searches for the best urban dance crew.

Keep a lookout on TVSA for more info. about it - coming up soon.

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Reply from: myname Friday, September 02, 2011 12:01 PM
A new reality show that follows the exploits of tycoon Kenny Kunene. The series follows him as he hits flashy events including red carpets and sushi parties. 

YOU MUST BE KIDDING ME! I MEAN REALLY NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reply from: The General Monday, September 05, 2011 07:05 AM
A repeat of Nomzamo 1st Season over Run's House?! SABC1 is pathetic!
Reply from: TVSAAdmin Monday, September 05, 2011 14:59 PM
A headsup that Kenny Kunene's show won't be on anymore - it's gonna be on e.tv: Kenny Kunene banks on e.tv

As a result Shreds & Dreams moves into the timeslot at 22h00.

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