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Meme Ditshego

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Meme Ditshego is a South African actress best known for her starring role as Joyce Mlambo on the M-Net sitcom The Coconuts, from 2008-2009.

She also appeared on the second season of the SABC2 comedy series Kompleks, in 2007.

She is married to her TV husband in The Coconuts, Samson Khumalo (who plays Percy Mlambo).

She also starred as Josephine Ratau in the SABC2 sitcom Ga Re Dumele, from 2010-2013.

In 2013 she had a starring role as Dotty Sithole, the Hauser's Security "Secret Weapon" who is employed as the "domestic" for the security company, in the SABC3 sitcom Safe as Hauser's.



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New on TV today: Tuesday 22 June

Netflix explores eight game-changing moments in the docuseries This Is Pop.


Twist of Fate Teasers - June 2021

Rather late than never! Season 5 wraps soon, followed immediately after by Season 6.


Lingashoni Teasers - July 2021

Old enemies take aim at the Mchunu brothers.


The River 2 on Mzansi Magic Teasers - July 2021

"Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive." Dambisa's lies catch up with her.


Durban Gen Teasers - July 2021

A love triangle with MacGyver in the middle!


New on TV today: Monday 21 June

There are eight returning shows tonight, on channels including 1Magic, Vuzu, S3 and Telemundo.


New on TV today: Sunday 20 June

Seven Worlds, One Planet starts on S3 and Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist is new on Vuzu.


New on TV today: Saturday 19 June

Comedy Central puffs a Time Traveling Bong and Coast Australia returns to BBC Earth.


My Identity Teasers - July 2021

Neil and Avni follow a winding path of finding each other but at the end of the path they part ways.


Binnelanders Teasers - July 2021

Gaby and Tertius are at loggerheads.

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